Lady of the House Project

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The tri-fold house is one of my favorite products in The Shoppe, however for this project I didn’t want to use all three houses so I decided to take apart the product and turn it into three separate pieces. I just used a pair of pliers to gently take the hinges off.

I painted the house with blue acrylic paint for the base coat. Once the blue had dried I used the Cir Lattice Stencil with Traditional Tan acrylic paint and stenciled on the lattice design. To get a clean stenciled effect I used a foam brush and dabbed the paint on.

When the paint was drying I decorated the skirt on the Classy Chipboard piece by adding scrip washi tape to the skirt, altering with white acrylic paint.

I glued a piece of vintage French ephemera to the bottom right side of the house and added a few pieces of 7gypsies ephemera to add some interest. Then I glued the chipboard piece on top of the ephemera pieces.

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The tri-fold house is one of my favorite products in The Shoppe, however for this project I didn’t want to use all three houses so I decided to take apart the product and turn it into three separate pieces. I just used a pair of pliers to gently take the hinges off.

I painted the house with blue acrylic paint for the base coat. Once the blue had dried I used the Cir Lattice Stencil with Traditional Tan acrylic paint and stenciled on the lattice design. To get a clean stenciled effect I used a foam brush and dabbed the paint on.

When the paint was drying I decorated the skirt on the Classy Chipboard piece by adding scrip washi tape to the skirt, altering with white acrylic paint.

I glued a piece of vintage French ephemera to the bottom right side of the house and added a few pieces of 7gypsies ephemera to add some interest. Then I glued the chipboard piece on top of the ephemera pieces.

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