Monday, 2 June 2014

A change from cards..... (photo heavy!)

Hi everyone, 

I wanted to have a change from making cards and flicking through Pinterest I saw a gorgeous gorgeous project from Sandras Scrapshop. For those of you who don't know about Sandra's Scrapshop please click on the link and pay a visit. Sandra is a very talented crafter from the Netherlands who has an amazing online shop full of .PDF files and .STUDIO files for you to create some amazing 3d projects. I have shopped with Sandra before and made a pirate ship and 3d Star but this one has to be my favourite of all Sandras designs. 
(I was making this for a DT project later in the month but couldn't wait to show it off)

Here it is:

Welcome to my Scrap Shop! 


 Front view - I have used Little Flower Girl digi stamp from All Dressed Up. The file from Sandra's Scrapshop includes the building and files for the roof tiles, dorma window, window frames and door. The rest of what you can see here - the welcome sign, the bicycle the lamp-post and the wall lamp are all cut files from the Silhouette store and cut on the Cameo. The lace and Dutch Doobadoo butterflies are from That Craft Place. The flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts I have used Kraft card from Papermill Direct for the base and decorated with papers from Raspberry Roads Sunday Soiree  pack.   


 Side View - trees and fence also from the Silhouette Store 


Other Side View - Please come again sign is another cut file from the Silhouette store. 

The 'Scrap Shop' writing is included with the file from Sandra's Scrapshop. I added some more lace and flowers. 

Back 

And here's the cool thing  - the front opens up reveailing some great little details inside. 
 Let's take a closer look...

The digi I have used here is one of the girls from Three Little Autumn Girls by All Dressed Up.
The table is made from a cut file from the Silhouette Store and the vase of flowers is made with a little strip of card glued into a tube and the flowers placed in silicon.  
I cut a piece of card and added some ribbon to make a shelf and added a little box and a charm on for ornaments. 
The little frame on the wall is another digi stamp from All Dressed UP from the Hearts and Bows set


The table and sewing machine are another of Sandra's Scrapshops files 
I hung some metal charms on the wall and made a little order board using pearls for the pins. 

I used a cutfile from the Silhouette Store to cut out the tailors dummy on the wall and embellished it with a few pearls. 

I added a key to the wall by the door and used some thin wire edged sequin ribbon for curtains. Look at those cute little curtain poles made from cocktail sticks. 

I added some more ribbon to the single window to make another cutain. 

I added more lace to the frame to cover up any bare kraft card. 

WOW it took some work I can tell you! In total I would hazard a guess at there being about 23 hours work in this project and I have to admit I am extremely proud. Of course credit has to go to Sandra for the original which I took a lot of inspiration from whilst trying not to copy hers exactly. 


Keep Smilin'
Stacey xx

20 comments:

  1. How utterly fantastic is this...such a wow project and I really am in awe of it xxx

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  2. Fantastic!!!! It is fab Stacey. Lots of hard work gone in to it xxx

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  3. Oh wow this is just fabulicious. Its an awesome little house.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  4. Soooo cool! Even though I am not a cute stuff crafter I LOVE this! Very, very imaginative and gorgeous! Adorable!
    Claudia xx

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  5. I've just spotted this on FB, and it's stunning. You can tell how much hard work's gone into it. It's so full of detail and clever ideas. Well done, it's beautiful x

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  6. im speechless hun this is truly stunning, gorgeous awesome, i LOVE it xx

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  7. Oh my goodness. This is brilliant. The work you've put in. I'm just on love. I have a knk zing though. Studio files do not work for me 😔

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  8. It is so amazing Stacey!! It all looks so nice and very well done!
    I've uploaded some pictures and added it to the gallery with your link attached offcourse!
    Thanks again for the kind words and advertisement for my little shop!!

    X, Sandra

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  9. Wow! Wow! and Wow again what a fantastic creation Ginny x

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  10. Stacey, this is absolutely stunning! All those hours certainly paid off! Every little detail, and there are so many, is perfect. I'm going to have to peruse Sandra's shop again!

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  11. WOW! How long did that take you to make? Reminds me of a dollhouse I always wanted, but never got.

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  12. Oh my gosh this is just so cute - I love everything about it - really cool idea and the attention to detail is amazing - pining for a Silhouette machine now lol. Thank you so much for joining us over at Flat Friends, hope you have a lovely weekend, Em xx

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  13. Wowww, this is a lovely little work of art. What little girl or big girl for that matter wouldn't love to sit and drool over all of this pretty lace and scene you created here ... their own little dollhouse. :) Beautiful job!

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  14. Oh MY!!! This is spectacular. reminds me of when I was a little girl and my doll house. But mine was metal. The detail is fabulous. Thanks for joining us at the Craft-Dee BowZ challenge this month. Also, Craft-Dee BowZ is having our June Blog Hop. We’d love it if you can join in the hop. Leave comments on the DT posts to be eligible for the prize.

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  15. Great project thanks for sharing with us at crafting from the heart and good luck x

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  16. OMG! What fabulous work! Love each and every little detail you've included. I can't stop looking at it. This is an absolute treasure! Thanks so much for joining our Butterflies Challenge at Aurora Wings. xxD

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  17. OMG!!!! what a beautiful project and so creative. I love the color choices just right and the image and all of the little details. I am amazed. Thanks for joining us at Paper makeover for our atg challenge.

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  18. Hi Stacey, I was sure I had left a comment before but I can't see it, so maybe I was wrong. Anyway... This house looks fantastic. It's like a super cute doll house, or still better, a cute doll scrap shop!
    Thank you for sharing it at 613 Avenue Create.
    Hugs, Aurora

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  19. Wow! This piece is just too fun. Fantastic job! Thanks for joining the Craft-Dee BowZ Challenge! :)

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