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Friday, September 4, 2015

Brown Sugar # 162 - Use something Recycled - 4th September, 2015

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Robyn's Fetish Digi Stamps and More

The theme at Brown Sugar this week is to recycle something.  I received The Wicked Witch of the West from Robyn's Fetish Store and thought that is the problem with witches, everyone thinks of them in Autumn heading into winter.  How about one that has just collected some spring flowers for her house.

I saw a box of biscuits at the supermarket the other day and just had to buy it, because to my eye there was a house sitting on the biscuit shelf.  I will say I am not a brand person, but I do tend to buy things for their shape/packaging.  Always only buy one type of tissues because the pull off bit is great for notes, leaving messages, shopping lists etc.

But I digress, I haven't made a house for quite some time, but they are lots of fun and you can do so much collage to add more and more details.  I coloured the witch in bright colours and gave her some flowers and leaves to hold.  Paper pieced her hat.

The box has been covered with different patterned papers, a straw for the crooked chimney.  Die cut dragon flies, and large cat.  Punches and dies for the leaves and flowers.  I drew a black cat on one side of the house.

Add the biscuits were also lovely

 Brown Sugar # 162 - Use something Recycled - 4th September, 2015

Entered into:
Altered Eclectic - Anything Goes
Crafting from the Heart -Anything Goes
Inspiration Destination - Anything Goes


Sue said...

This looks fabulous and who'd have thought it was made from a biscuit box! There's so much detail on this, thanks for sharing with us at Altered Eclectics.

Pia S said...

How cute is this! It's like a house taken straight out from a fairytale, the level of detailing is amazing!

Sandra Wright. said...

This is so sweet, love the alteration...reminds me of the ginger bread house from Hansel & Gretel...
Thank you for playing along in our challenge this month over at Altered Eclectics...x