Monday, April 6, 2009

A Granny Flat in the Back

Another extremely warm day here in So Cal~ too hot for me, but anything above 71 degrees is too hot for me.Next up is the last of my houses...for now. It is the Maya Road Townhouse and it really is a bitty thing, just 5.5 inches tall. Once I figured out what I wanted to do with it-it was fun to play with.
Here are some of the details...the roof is made from vintage "Flinch" playing cards-they are smaller than the standard playing card. Between cards I layered Maya Road pom pom fringe. The scalloped eaves are made from Dresden foil-mine was blue and I painted over it. The front of the house is from a very old dictionary and I used pins and the sheer numeral from Maya Rd. The windows have a page from Winnie the Pooh layered beneath them and Close to My Heart Liquid Glass in the windows. I'm thinking these would be fun as Christmas gifts or use as a Christmas Ornament!


Charity Hassel said...

darling take on the cps sketch and you know i heart that house!

queenie said...

Hi Samantha thought i would let you in on a secret....popped over for a visit and i am blown away,wowwowwow your itty bitty town house,i am in love with it,swoon,lol.
Fantastic idea as you said for a gift,great keepsake.
I like making memories paper too and your card is lovely.
from a swooning...

queenie said...

Hi again can you pop on over as i have something for you.

Elise said...

Hi Samantha! I just found you via CPS and their sketch challenge! I love your offering with that cute little girl and delicious looking flowers! THEN, there's that adorable little house! Wow! I hit the mother load here! Great blog! Thank you for sharing!

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

These are AMAZING! I love the layout on your card & the flowers are so sweet. The details on your townhouse are breathtaking! :O)

Linda Beeson said...

Your card and that birdhouse are just totally adorable! What a great use of that CPS sketch.