Feb 29, 2012

Gnome Grown!



Good morning and happy Hump Day!! Yup, we are on the downhill heading for the weekend! Woo Hoooo!! I'm SUPER EXCITED today is my very first post on the Peachy Blog!! So grab you a cup of coffee( or if your like me have to have a Dt. Mt. Dew first thing) and kick back! I've got TONS of pictures to show you of my project for today!! Since this is going to be a extra long post I'm just going to jump right in with all the details!!

I've used the Sweet Tooth cartridge to create this little gnome box and I'm calling it Gnome Grown (after one of the newest releases that just came out hee hee) Let me start with the picture above it's the front of the house and see she's welcoming you in! The sweet little gnome girl is from the March Stamp Kit of the month and I've paper pieced her using a older DCWV stack called The Green Stack. Matter of fact all the pattern paper I used for this project is from this stack! The little flower pot beside the door was part of the cut from the cartridge I just peachified it a little hee hee. The flower with the face is from PK_564 Teamwork and the flowers at the bottom of the pot are from PK-562 Gnomegrown. The flower that is kinda hidden behind the little gnome is also from PK-562 Gnomegrown. I made a little welcome sign using the sentiment from the March Stamp Kit of the Month and added the flower which is also from this set. Here's a closer look..


Now let's move on to another side of the box...


I used the flowers again from PK-564 Teamwork and added one to a pot which I made and the leaves are a Martha Stewart punch. The other flower I added to the window seal. I cut a strip of the pattern paper I used for the house and added some Helmar ZapDots to make my window seal then added the flowers from PK-563 Garden Wheelies. The little gnome is from PK-562 Gnomegrown (isn't he a cutie lol) I used the sentiment from PK-564 TeamWork and placed it at the bottom of the grass (which the grass was part of the box cut from the cartridge) Here's a closer look of this side also!


Ok...now to the other side! I sure hope your not getting bored hee hee I promise we don't like much!!



For this side, I did another window seal (the same as other side) but I've added the cute little shovel from PK-563 Garden Wheelies. The watering can at the bottom is also from this set but I stamped the can with a flower from PK-562 Gnomegrown to spruce it up a little! This gnome is from the PK-562 Gnomegrown set (it's the largest from the two in the set) I've got him standing on a mushroom from the March Stamp Kit of the Month. Here's a closer view of this side...


Now onto the back of the box!! 


I think this is one of my favorite sides! I love the little gnome pushing the wheelbarrow of flowers! It's from the PK-564 Teamwork set. For the little flowers on the ground and the one in the window they are from the March Stamp Kit of the Month. The little gnome looking out the window is from the PK-562 Gnomegrown set. Here's a closer look of the back for ya!


Ok, I know you don't believe me but I PROMISE I'm about finished hee hee!! 


Here's the little sign that is also part of the cut from the cartridge! I just wanted to show you what I used on it too!! The sentiment and the flowers are from the March Stamp Kit of the month. I did this on both sides of the sign!

Whew, I betcha never thought the end was coming did you!! This is my last picture PROMISE hee hee!!


I stamped this sentiment from PK-562 Gnomegrown onto both sides of the handle! Thank you soooo much for sticking with me! I know there were tons of pictures but I just wanted to show you up close how cute this newest release really is and what all you can do with it! Now all I have to do is decide if I'm going to bake cookies to put in here or some other type of goodies lol!! Have a wonderful Wednesday and thanks for looking!! Hugs, Leanne



11 comments:

Crafting Katie said...

OMG, this turned out so stinkin' cute!!! LOVE all of the fun details!!!

Glora said...

WOWZER Leanne! This is GORGEOUS! I cannot imagine how long it took to paperpiece and cut all of those beautiful stamps let alone put the house together! What a keeper! I LOVE it! Hugs- Glora

Houses Built of Cards said...

WOWOWOWOW!!! Leanne - that is AMAZING!!! How many HOURS did you spend on this one! Seriously worth it though - it came out just wonderful! Someone is going to be very fortunate to receive this!!!

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Ruthie @ SeptemberNinth said...

Your little Gnome home is super cute Leanne!

Ruthie :)

Kim H said...

Leanne ~ OMG! Where do I begin! This is so darn BEAUTIFUL and CUTE at the same time!EVERY stinking detail is just AMAZING! I am in LoVe with the gnome home! LOVE it!

C2 said...

Leanne, this is genius. Seriously cute. Great job.

Cassandra said...

This has to be the most AMAZING thing ever!!!! The details are amazing..it's like a little gnome village!! ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS!!!

DebC said...

WOW you really hit a home run girl! This is absolutely fabulous! I love your 3D projects. That was alot of work and it shows!
Hugs,
Deb C

Jennie Garcia said...

This house is phenomenal!! So amazing all the stamps and details!! Too cute!! TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com

Angel Johns said...

This is beyond cute!!! Thanks so much for sharing. Your details are amazing!!

Angel
www.scrappytweets.blogspot.com

Got2BCrafting said...

This is amazing beyond words!! LOVE IT!
Hugs,
Lori

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