Tuesday, February 26, 2013

A Yard Stick Album???

The current challenge at the Everything Wendy Vecchi Yahoo Group Making Art Challenge, is #4 "Using Fabric". Luckily, I have just finished a project for The Crafty Scrapper that I will be teaching that will qualify for this challenge. There is no step out though since this is a class, but I've shown you a few photos, which includes lots of Wendy Embossing Paste, Stencils, and Stamps! Love her!
Maybe if you are in the area you can join in on the fun! 
 
 
I am also submitting this to Hels Sunday Stamper Challenge of "Texture". 
I hope your hands get creatively dirty soon!



45 comments:

  1. How cute is THIS?!!! Love all the Maya Road.....and the yardstick is inspired!!!!

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  2. Wow, amazing! I'm too far away for your class. :(

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  3. Beautiful project Anita, Fabulous design.. I would Love to attend your class...Sadly too far to travel!! boo-hoo....Hugs May x x x

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    1. That is completley gorgeous, I love the ruffles on the roof.

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  4. Beautiful project Anita, and one I would love to make. It's just a bit to far to travel I'm afraid or I would be there to attend your class. Hugs from Scotland. Rita xxx.

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  5. Beautiful! I so love your yardstick make. The houses are beautiful and the ribbon on the roof just perfect.

    Wish I could attend x

    Crafty hugs Annie x

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  6. What a wonderful project Anita and I'm sure that's going to be a wonderful class! I love the idea and all the gorgeous textures. :-).

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  7. Awesome! How many of us would love to have you run classes in the UK!!! Hugs, Jenny x

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  8. This is amazing, so many beautiful details. You need to come to the UK and teach your fabulous workshops here, in fact right here, in my workshop lol!

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  9. Wow, amazing Anita! Wish I lived near you as i would be there to learn this! The ruffled roof grabbed my eye right away as did the brick walls on your building! So great. Good luck with your piece, and enjoy the class! Watching Jim the other day and he mentioned you were at an event where he was...You too must have rocked!

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  10. An absolute delight... Having grown up surrounded by my mother's dollshouse (sorry - US = dollhouse!) collection, I'm a sucker for anything with tiny houses (your 12 Tag townscape caused much squealing round here!!) and this is adorable. Fabulous textures throughout - this will be a complete WOW of a class... wish I could come...
    Alison xx

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  11. Totally loving your yardstick album and its such a fab idea. Your class is going to love making this. Hugs Annette x

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  12. Lovely idea, the houses look so great Anita...impressive and original!
    Love the text too!

    have a nice day, Alie :-)

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  13. Absolutely AWESOME!!!!!!!! I love all the detail you've done on this...and the tags you did in your class ROCK!!!!!!

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  14. I adore this! Pinning!! It's so whimsical and unique. You just keep on raising the bar and then you leap right over it. The burlap rose is gorgeous..did you make it? All these yummy textures...a feast for the eyes and the heart!

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  15. That is unbelievably creative and oh so beautiful!

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  16. I want to live in this neighbourhood. It's pretty and colourful with gorgeous gardens and warm welcoming houses. It "measures up" to all my standards...insert hokey laugh :) Seriously, I love this piece. It's so unique and creative. Awesome texture. Let me know when it becomes an instruction packet that I can purchase (hint, hint) or maybe a kit (nudge, nudge). I already have the yard stick...all naked and sad in the corner.

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  17. You. Are. AWESOME!!! I so wish I was close enough to take your class! This is such a creative and beautiful project! You are so inspiring, thank you!

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  18. This is sooo cool! Thinking it would make great gifts for Christmas.

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  19. This is way too cool for words!

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  20. Wow... this is fantastic! Anita. Such a brilliant and creative creation! Love it! :)

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  21. I know it will be a fun, fun class! Maybe I will move to TX, so I can join in the fun! What a brillant way to decorate a yard stick with those lovely houses! Have a great day!

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  22. Hi Anita, like so many others I want to come to this class too! What a fabulous yard stick album, the little houses are gorgeous and love all the fabric elements - and - of course, the yardstick. Amazing idea, your class is going to have sooooo much fun! Hugs, Anne x

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  23. Stunning, Anita! I love every single house! I love how you used a yard stick as the base. Very clever.
    Kate

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  24. Wow - so lovely - that is unbelievably creative!!!! A very great work!

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  25. Well, you have went and done it again :)
    Your projects are so very creative and wonderful.
    You amaze me . . . are you getting tired of hearing that?
    Have a lovely day.
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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  26. Wow!!! It is so beautiful. So sweet homes. I love them:) So gorgerous colors and all elements of each one. They are so beautiful that I can not break away from their eyes. Fantastic quotes in the middle of each house you put. Greetings Asia:)

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  27. I'm missing words, such a wonderful project.

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  28. What a fabulous project. Love it, love it, LOVE IT! MM x

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  29. Brilliant!! Love this, and wish I could take a class with you...someday!

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  30. That is so darn cute! I could see doing that but making a "sewing" store... a bakery... etc. Cute!!!

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  31. Oh wow Anita - you know how highly I think your skills and this project is no exception. I adore all the wonderful little elements (especially the roof tiles!) - brilliant creativity. Your workshop looked fabulous too - would love to attend one of those - sorry I'm so far away. Thank-you so much for your very lovely comments on my blog last week. Nicola x

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  32. how stinking cute is this! LOVE it, all those details you put in there Anita, perfection... Thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper x

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  33. Oh, Anita, this is the cutest thing! I love how your houses with all their fine details and amazing texture. your rooftops are amazing... I bet the students will just ADORE this class and love having such a unique piece of wall art in their homes. Fabulous!!!

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  34. Superb Anita, just love the houses and wish I could be at your class.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  35. We already have people signing up and calling to ask if they can buy a kit because they live out of town, let me know.
    ~Carolyn

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  36. This is a piece of art! Lovely stunning, fabulous! BArbarayaya

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  37. this is absolutely...
    stinkin adorable!
    wow!

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  38. Shut the front doors..again! Anita I love what you've created here. This is wonderful and aside from all the amazing textures and design I was so excited when I saw that little light bulb for the outside light. That's ADORABLE! X-cellent inspiration.
    hugs,
    Lisa x

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  39. WOWZERS! Beyond incredibly fantastic!

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  40. so gorgeous, love the brick texture and all the flowers and trims you used, so many wonderful elements, best wishes.

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  41. Cor ! How clever are you I really love both pieces I wish I had my thinking head on at the moment LOL

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  42. What a stunning piece! Gorgeous textures and layers! Love the roof tiles! Hugs, Sandra

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