Disregard the piles of stuff laying everywhere, I have guests right now :)
Oh and after I started to complain about the unfairness of her perfect stitches and fast learning skills, my kids decided to heckle and mock me:
Oh look at them...can't you just feel the love at my house? Little monsters :)
Here's what I did to the rabbit hole while she was busy showing me up on knitting:
And two projects that I'll be starting after this is over:
I picked up two basic chipboard houses that I'm planning on decorating in two completely different themes. These houses are only 11 1/2 inches tall.
I'm planning on one of them being very natural and quite fairyish, with a tree growing up through the center and out the top of the house. The inside will have branches with small mossy landings with different household things on it such as a fairy tub, a bed, etc. I have some different papers that I thought of adding in some how or where, but I'm not sure if they'll all work out. Here's a couple of them I'm considering and a charm that will be wall mounted with a small spray of greenery to hide the bail:
As for the second house it will be very different. Inspired by the work of H.P. Lovecraft
who heavily influenced American writer Stephen King as can be read here:
and inspires many etsy artists such as this one:
and this one:
located for sale here:
to sort of show you what style I'm going with on this one. It'll be sort of haunted house/steampunk/mad scientist/monster house style :) I have an assortment of neat old looking papers I'll be using in this one:
This is going to be so much fun :) There will be weird science tables, sculpted creatures in glass tubes, old cabinets full of creepy ingredients and books, and the outside will look like a dilapidated haunted house. But first I'll be completing the rabbit hole.