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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Tilda's House

Come on in...sit for a while and have some tea and coffee bread. Made fresh from the oven!! I'll wait for you on the front porch, but don't wait too long or the tea will get cold.


Wow this house took forever to make, but I think it turned out alright. I purchased the house from Hobby Lobby and covered with material, the shutters, fence and roof are all made of paper. I tried to make the roof look like tin. Sweet Tilda can by purchased from Magnolia-licious along with the shabby chic fence and oak tree.


Tilda is colored with copics, the fence and tree are a combination of watercolor and copics. I distressed the roof and shutters with cocoa ink.

Thanks for stopping by, it was good seeing you again!

30 comments:

Nancy said...

Lisa what a beautiful job you have done! Your house is awesome!
Hugs,
Nancy

Tracey said...

WOW!! This is INCREDIBLE!! I absolutely love it! Gorgeous!

Pam said...

Lisa,
What a wonderful job you did with Tilda's house! It is a feast for the eyes!
Hugs to you,
Pam

Creativity with Dawn said...

This is gorgeous!! A lot of work went into this and it shows in the finished project!!

Regina said...

It´s amazing!!!
Hugs

Regina

Gloria J. Dawson said...

OH MY GOSH! This is adorable!!!

Bengelmama said...

So ein schönes Haus. Und die vielen kleinen Details. Einfach fantastisch.

Nadine

christina carvalho said...

Wonderful!
What a work!
Hugs
Christina

ShirleyTACS said...

What a wonderful scene. Reminds me of restored Victorian house I saw on WA's Olympic peninsula last summer. Thanks.

Monique said...

This is just gorgious !!!

Hugs Monique

Pat said...

OMG!!! What a beautiful project This is a delightful way to use Maggies...just precious!! Pat Frank

Myrna said...

This is just to cute! Awesome job on the whole project.

Pen to Paper said...

Lisa, I am speechless!!! This is so stinky cute!!! I can only imagine how hard this must've been!! Congrats!

XOXO

Jackie

Julie said...

This house is stunning! I just love it. I hope you have a place of honor for it in your house.

Angelwood said...

This is fabulous! You've altered this house beautifully - love it! hugs, Angela

Christina C. said...

This is UNBELIEVABLE!!! You did a superb job on that house....so much detail is a feast for the eyes.
Thanks for sharing this magnificent creation.

Teri said...

Oh my gosh, Lisa!! This is BEAUTIFUL!! I made one of these kind of houses for a swap for Ruby,so I know the work involved, but YOURS is beyone awesome!! Fabulous job!!!!!
Teri ( MKGrandma)

Rose said...

Oh wow! This is amazing! Beautiful project!

Rosie said...

OMG, this is FABULOUS!! I love all the detail and work you put into this...it's AWESOME!! Hugs, Rosemary :)

Only by His Grace said...

Absolutely beautiful Lisa.
So much work and love has gone into this project. All the detail is wonderful.
Hugs Marion

Christine Riley said...

WOW! This is so gorgeous! Love it, it's stunning!
Hugs, Christine

Gina L said...

Holy geez! This little house is the most adorable thing!!! I love it. I love everything about it. I think I heard the whole song on your blog because I kept checking it out over and over. Gina L

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

WOWEE!! this is fabulous!! wonderful job. My nieces would go beserk over this!

paola said...

This is stunning i am working on another big one beside4s my recipe folder so please pop back for another visit soon. I love your little house can i come for tea
smiles
Paola

Suzanne J Dean said...

BEAUTIFUL!! This is for sure a labor of love--just stunning! Kudos to you-all the details are fabulous!

hugz,
Suzanne

Mrs Adept said...

Wow~!!

Kylie said...

OMGoodness! This is awesome!!! You did a magnificent job.

Cami said...

Oh my word Lisa, you have done an incredible job with this most beautiful house for Tilda! All the details from the roof to the fence, the garden. You'd better put this in a glass showcase! I wouldn't want anyone messing with this masterpiece! Great job!!! Hugs, Cami

Cherri said...

Lisa, I was scanning over your blog and came across this precious house. Your post warned of waiting too long before the tea gets cold, well let's add some ice and I'll be happy to listen about how you made this little treasure, as I'm sure to learn TONS! You've done a marvelous job! Thank you so much for sharing your imagination and talent! Hugs!!

Pam said...

Are you kidding me? turned out alright??? This is fabulous! You have to email a copy of this to Diana she will flip her lid! You are so creative. I love this!
~Pam L.