Monday, November 7, 2011

The Mystery house

Hello Everyone..... Where have I been the last week?? Well I have a good explanation really... I and my youngest have been working very hard on a school book report project called the Mystery house. I absolutely LOVE when teachers send home projects for kids, that are really never going to be completed without some kind of Mom intervention. Let's just say he knew about the book report for a month, and then decided to let me know that there was a "project" that needed to go with the writing assignment last Tuesday. (what's the saying?... Now we know why Lions eat their young??... ) No worries I am kidding..Really! So without further adieu, here is our mystery house -





So do you think he'll get a good mark?? I know I will.. :) Here is a look at the back too -






All said and done, we had a great time together... he had so many great ideas, like the shutters and sponging everything. So know you know where I have been this past week. Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek. Details below -


Heather :)


Stamps - Wicked Cool, Dot Dot Dot, wood grain
Paper - Black, Basic Gray, Going Gray, So Saffron, Whisper White, Always Artichoke stock and DSP, Soft suede
Ink - Black, Always Artichoke, white craft
Accessories - Big Shot, Tasteful trim die, petal cone die, Lg. tag punch, Square lattice EF, Simply Scored, punch, Martha Stewart picket fence border punch, brads, 1", 3/4, 1/2" circle punches, sponge, Sm star punch, wire, wooden skewers, key trinket, itty bitty shapes punches, tombo multi glue, sticky strip

6 comments :

Ann Rosie said...

All I can say is WOW!!! - what a creation.

Natalie Cannon said...

When I first looked the picture I thought you were going to submit this for the artisan award. Then I realized it was a school project. OH my Goodness. A+

Pam said...

I especially like his little tombstone! Very cute, Heather. Hope you, I mean he gets an 'A'!

Carol Carriveau said...

WOW! If I ever need a project like this, I know who I am calling! Yes, you deserve an A+++++++++++ and hopefully the teacher will know that your son did really help you.

Connie Collins said...

Wowzers! This should get an A+++

April said...

I also thought that this was a project for a Stampin`Up! contest... Congratulations on an amazing project. It`s fantastic!!