Monday, March 5

Doh! The Post I Forgot to Name ...

It's that time of the week people ... A whole new theme over at Simon Says Stamp and Show! This week we want to see you Bottle it! I spent a lovely few hours on Sunday making my Pixie house ... complete with Pixie Dust. All coloured using Distress Inks and Distress Stains ... with a vast array of delicious The Wendy Vecchi Stamps ... Art Parts ... A Dylusions Spider and of course Idea-Ology and that gorgeous little hand from Lord Tim of Holtz ... you know Tim ... the man that runs up Mount Everest daily while providing life saving medical aid to the entire population of Pixies with just a spot of Coffee Archival and a speck of Peeled Paint Distress Stickles. To join in the challenge all you need to do is post your bottle art to the challenge blog here and you could win an amazing $50 Shopping Spree to spend at Simon Says Stamp... all from the comfort of your own home!
I am on a mission today ... to tidy up the room with no floor or desk space formerly known as my Craftroom! No search parties necessary ... I may be some time!
Laters!

27 comments:

Sid said...

Brilliant little pixie dwelling Linda !

Helen said...

Well, I think pixie dwelling is a beter name than portaloo.... love this Linda (and your multiple side by side pics!)

hazel said...

Wow! What a fabulous creation. I love your pixie house.
xxx Hazel.

Kirsten Alicia said...

Just seen this over at SSS, it's LOVELY!!!

Nancy Wethington said...

Brilliant is right . . . and gorgeous!

Lin said...

ooohhh this lovely...love the colours and the spider lol

Bev said...

I absolutely the whole thing, the idea, the colours everything. Super as always Linda!

Candy C said...

Linda, your Art Parts house is darling! I love it ALL!! Love the colors, the front door with the spider dangling above. The roof shingles are so cute and the pixie dust hanging above the door is just too cute! Beautiful job! <3 Candy

Sue C said...

Fabulous project Linda ! Love the vibrant colours and the pixie dust just adds the perfect touch ! Sue C x

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Fabulous pics Linda and fabulous piece of art, I love the pixie dust and as always fabulous depth of colour. Wonderful. When you have finished your craft room can you do mine please lol. Tracy x

Linda said...

So cool :)

Sarah said...

Loving the zingy colours and layered roof...great mix of quirky, colour and Wendyness - a little corker (get it?!)

Alison said...

Fabulous little abode!!! x

Lottie said...

Fandabbydozy - it's just beautiful - I always have loved your boxes from the very first time you did those roof 'tiles'

Lori said...

Love this Linda! A really fab creation!

Siobhan Brignull said...

great job Lin, does Sweet Pea the Pixie live there LOL

fatmonica said...

I just love this!It's gorgeous.

Rosie said...

Love your pixie house - think I want to live there!! Gorgeous work.

Craftychris said...

I love it! It sooo magical xx

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

Totally gorgeous project, my dear!! I really love the bright yellow color you chose for the base of the house and the emellies..as always..are just right! :)

*mwah*
Steph
Simon Says Stamp!

cat lacigale said...

I am just discovering your blog !!!! It is amazing ! I love your creations !!!!

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Hi Linda, fabulous project and fabulous colours :-)
Anne x

catherine said...

This is so fantastic and so creative
x catherine

Salamanda's Scrappy Adventures said...

Intriguing and unique take on bottles

Vee Ramsden said...

Wow, you are an amazing crafter, love your work
Vee
xx

Sam said...

Wow Linda this is supercalorfragalisticexpealidotious!!! I want one now!!

craftimamma said...

Aww, this is fabulous Linda. Love the fresh colours and the cute bottle of pixie dust. Even the spider is cute ........... and I don't like spiders, lol!

I would be ever so grateful Linda, if you, or anyone else for that matter, can tell me why you still have the ability to click on individual photos on your post and they come up enlarged with the facility to be able to enlarge them even more just by clicking again. Mine and most of the blogs I visit now bring the photo up on a black background in a 'gallery' of sorts which doesn't make them much bigger and cannot be zoomed. It drives me potty when I want to see the detail on something and I can't understand why it suddenly changed from being like yours. Any help to get it back to your format would really be welcome.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

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