Remember this from a couple of weeks ago?
Finished up the inside of the coffin.
You can see more at
Today on the
I combined Graphic 45's ABC Primer
chipboard from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts.
Hope you can take a minute and visit.
You might remember this Halloween door box
from my post over at
This week, I completed the house mini that fits inside.
Here's what the individual panels look like:
To see more great projects using
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts
visit the blog at
Part 1 of this project
is up on the
Stop by Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts blog
and see what I did with some of
This altered tin is one of the projects featured on
Check out the details on this
an adorable back to school project by
This was such a fun project!
produced an adorable
Cabana Row House Set
This is a new set from Gypsy Soul that is dimensional
and has lots of adorable add-ons.
Besides the Cabana Row House Set, I used:
Under the Sea Border (#C19F)
Seaside Doors & Windows (#C40C)
Palm Trees Silhouettes (#C40A)
Seaside Decor (#C40B)
This was such a fun project to create as my niece & nephew
own a condo in Seaside.
This is perfect for their beachside home!
And being on the Prima Education Team,
Although I've been working with
for years, I'm joining the team in a new capacity . . .
as one of their Educators.
As a Prima Marketing Educator,
I saw this crown as a match made in heaven.
Gina (the owner) designed this crown and I immediately was in love.
Every girl deserves a crown!
It starts out like this:
and with the addition of
Prima Marketing Paints & Jewels
it turns into this:
You can find the step-by-step instructions
and a supply list here:
How cute is this!
I have adored Gypsy wagons ever since I saw my first one.
I was 18 years old and traveling with my cousin and Grandparents through Northern Spain.
We passed a Gypsy wagon on a country road and I was in love.
The Gypsy life . . . carefree, traveling and seeing Europe on your own terms in a tiny house.
This 18 year old saw it as a somewhat romantic way to travel.
Now, the 66 year old in me wants a 5 star hotel room with room service!
(ok, it doesn't have to be 5 stars)
In any case, once I saw this Gypsy Wagon from
memories came flooding back and I was in love with this project.
Of course, the perfect pairing for this project is
I mixed several collections, both old and new
and set out to decorate the wagon
To paint the wagon, I used
I chose the Weathered Bronze kit for painting most of the wagon
including the wood and the tint on the shutters.
I added strokes of Glimmer Glaze to the roof
making the wood look a bit old with a dash of patina.
all from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts.
I've created a tutorial so you can easily see the steps I took to create this project.
Find it here:
Gypsy Wagon and have a great time decorating!