its the SCRAPWARE Birdhouse Kit,
with the addition of some of those
" gorgeous just cant get enough" Iron fences!
These were heaps of fun to make and I love the way the Tim Holtz distress stains came up just applied straight onto the chipboard. I used walnut on te birdhouse rooves and poles and wild honey on the fences. I coupled these with Basic Grey Origins pattened paper and German scrap
on the rooves and eaves of each house.
I did tweak adding some perching poles and for our the upwardly mobile feathered friends a roomy landing on the centre house. I really can recomend this kit as it looks quite straight forward but I thought up a half dozen different way it could be used ...standby I feel the need to have another "go" with this kit and explore some of those other ideas! Seriously though it went together beautifully with perforated folds and It just so darn cute. Get one for you and one for the kids, a great project to work side by side on on a couple of those rainy school holidays days ahead. ***rolleyes***
I think children around 8 to 10 would need minimal help to make this little treasures.
I will appologise I would have liked the photos to be a little better here but I had to take the camera battery off the the charger where its doing its thing in preparation for SCRAPWARE's big weekend show in Melbourne ...just as soon as I finish this blog post I will be packing for a 2.30am train! LOL very excited and thrilled Ange has asked me to help out. I must say I have more than SCRAPWARE butterflies on at this point in time . Cannot wait to meet all the lovely customers!!!
SO if you're nearby come on down and say G'day!