Friday, November 08, 2013

Frosty Festivities Blog Hop




Happy Friday! Today I am joining in on the Frosty Festivities Blog Hop with a bunch of other talented ladies. (You should be coming to visit me from Jacky's blog). I want to share a project that I created soon after the girls' 1st Christmas and it's one of my favorite Christmas projects I have ever made! I got this wooden house at Hobby Lobby once upon a time and made it all shabby and fun with cream paint, a crackle medium and cream buttons.


Inside each "window", I either embellished with patterned papers and stickers or a small photo that I sized to fit. 


The majority of the supplies are from Melissa Frances - always and forever a huge fan!


Here's a look at the roof and a rusty jingle bell!


If you comment on all the blogs in the hop, finishing at www.jennifergracecreates.com to let Jennifer know you've been all the way around, then you'll be in with a chance to win a jolly seasonal prize of Simple Stories December Documented and Elle’s Studio Noel items, worth over £28! All entries must be received by Monday the 11th of November at 10.59pm GMT. 



Your next stop along the hop is Katherine

Feel free to also leave a comment on this post to win the Wildflower collection kit from Carta Bella.

45 comments:

  1. Oh my.....this is just lovely!! I love all the little details and elements. Beautiful!!
    Blessings ~~ dawn

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  2. This is just gorgeous....you've found such lovely elements to put in it.

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  3. Adorable and I love how you have done the roof

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  4. Love this and especially the buttons on the roof. Beautiful.

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  5. So cute and what a great decor item for the holidays. The little ones are adorable! I love the sparkly buttons in the roof and the tree.

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  6. The little house is adorable.I love the frosty touches and your baby is so cute.

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  7. How cute is that- I love that button roof and the photos are gorgeous :)

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  8. Your little house is perfect. I love seeing your memories and your details are wonderful. Very cute.

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  9. Lovely shadow box. So festive and well done!

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  10. This is really lovely - love the vintage/rustic feel! Sarah x

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  11. What a great idea for using small paper scraps. This could be done for any time, not just Christmas.

    Julie
    I Create Purty Thangs

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  12. What a gorgeous project! Sooo lovely :-)

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  13. So sweet! It would be cute done as a gingerbread house...hmmmm...I have some mini houses around here somewhere!

    Bethany

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  14. wow--this is gorgeous!!!

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  15. This is just so fantastic I love the buttons on the roof they add that little extra touch :)

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  16. What a sweet keepsake! Especially like the frosty buttons on the roof - Stickles? Melissa Frances products are so gorgeous.

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  17. Love your little house with all its gorgeous embellishment.

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  18. So pretty and that buttons roof is a gorgeous idea xxx

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  19. I LOVE the buttons on the roof, it looks amazing. Such a great memory to treasure.

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  20. Your project is stunning!! The photos are super....love the buttons!!!!!!!!

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  21. what a gorgeous little house and I especially like how you have used the buttons on the roof...lovely!

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  22. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  23. Love your house! And love the chubby little cheeks on the babies! So cute!

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  24. Fabulous project and I love the photos of your babes!

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  25. Beautiful project, the pictures are so cute too

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  26. This is absolutely adorable. Love all the wonderful touches you included from the button shingles to the music background paper in one of the windows. Just lovely!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

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  27. This is SO sweet, I love it - all the cute details like the buttons for roof tiles and your girls are just gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration :o)xxx

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  28. what a beautiful keepsake. Love the button roof!

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  29. This is so pretty! Lovely decor piece!

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  30. This is beautiful! I need to make something like this for our home!

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  31. So lovely! So much to look at...all of the details are great!

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  32. Oh! so beautiful! Really love the buttons on the roof :)

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  33. Lovely project, something that can be brought out every Xmas with fond memories :)

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  34. Lovely project, something that can be brought out every Xmas with fond memories :)

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  35. What a lovely idea...perfect for a family heirloom,,
    Alison xx

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  36. What a great way to show photos off. Love the button roof.

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  37. Wonderful piece, it's just darling, love how you decorated the compartments and LOVING the buttons on the roof!

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  38. This is amazing, I absolutely adore the button roof, and the cute photos of your girls! Thanks so much for joining in with the hop! x

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  39. This looks like a wonderful holiday display, but also something that might be pretty year round.

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  40. such a pretty keepsake.

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  41. What a fun little project. Just darling!

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  42. Lovely keepsake project. I especially love the buttons.

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  43. This is so cute! I love the idea of having decor just for the holidays.I hope you enjoyed my part in the blog hop too.

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  44. apart from the über-cute photos of your girls, the buttons on the roof and the bell are my faves! this is such a great project, I bet you get such a thrill when you bring it out every winter!

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  45. love this little house! love it when I make something that I'll treasure forever. The button roof is fan. Great job

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