Thursday, February 25, 2016

Mushroom House Canister Candy Box with Stampendous and Eileen Hull

 I hope you have enjoyed this week of inspirational post from both 
the Stampendous Design Team and Eileen Hull's Inspiration Team....
I am in awe of how wonderful both teams are!!!
 I proud to be part of each team.
 I began my Mushroom House Candy Canister by first die cutting
the canister die using Sizzix white mat board.
Mist the chipboard with Margarita Memories Mist.
Allow to dry completely. 
Apply Dreamweaver Crackle Embossing Powder using Quatrefoil Stencil and palette knife. 
Allow to dry completely. 
 Stamp image with black ink randomly around canister box. 
 Stamp background image on light brown card stock with Chestnut Roan Ink.
 Die cut stamped paper with Mushroom Die Cut.
Ink roof and house with distress ink using blending tool.
 Using distress inks and paints color the detailed stamp images on top of mushroom house. 
 Adhere roof and house to top of prepared canister box.
Adhere moss to bottom of canister box. 
 Fill your Mushroom House Candy Box with your favorite candy. 
Add a pretty butterfly to the top.
I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial on how to make a festive
 Mushroom House Candy Box.
 Make sure to check the rest of today's project as well as
looking at the projects that have been shared all week long.
 Have a blessed day. Pam
 Stampendous/Dreamweaver Supplies: 

Eileen Hull/Sizzix Products

Other Supplies:



30 comments:

  1. That is a darling way to set out a dish of treats! I love the texture stamp and the stencil design you used to add a little more fun to the design. The little butterfly on top is the perfect finishing touch. Thank you for sharing your lovely work! :)

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  2. So sweet! I love the circles and layers on the roof. Gotta try that effect. Seeing this project confirms I really like that mushroom one now! Yikes...both look like great sets. :) TFS!

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  3. What a yummy creation!! Literally and figuratively! LOL Definitely need to make one of these "candy dishes" so my grandchildren can have a treat as they watch for the fairies and gnomes to come out of hiding! Thanks for the inspiration!1

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  4. What a lovely candy cannister - a cute way to tempt those little fingers x

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  5. That is the cutest mushroom house ever, Pam!!

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  6. That is the cutest mushroom house ever, Pam!!

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  7. Pam, this is so cute! I love that crackled background you stamped. The butterfly is a precious added touch. Mmmm chocolate!

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  8. Pam, this is so cute! I love that crackled background you stamped. The butterfly is a precious added touch. Mmmm chocolate!

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  9. Super duper cute, Pam! Great step outs as well!

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  10. The treat boxes today are making me hungry. I have enjoyed seeing all the variation on the dies with the boxes. Love the creativity.

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  11. Oh what a sweet treat box! Love all the mixed media layers and rich colors. Thank you for sharing in the hop, Pam.

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  12. love this. I adore all the colors you use, thanks for sharing Pam. :)

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  13. Oh my, this is adorable! I love the way you stamped on the house and the colorful circles.

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  14. Beautifully done, very creative & colorful project!

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  15. Cute--great textures and colors.

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  16. The crackle makes a cool exterior! Of course, I wouldn't complain about receiving the contents, either! : )

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  17. Cool house and great tutorial Pam! Loving the crackle...

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  18. Pam I love the colors you chose! Loving this! Super job!

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  19. What a cute project! I love how you used that stamp for the house, it looks great. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. There have been so many ways to use these house stamps. they will be a lot of fun to play with.
    Love the box. Will be a wonderful decoration around the house.
    thanks for sharing

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  21. Love the candy box. Thanks for the chance to win.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  22. Love this! Would be perfect for party favors :)

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  23. So great. Can't wait to try one of these projects.

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  24. So great. Can't wait to try one of these projects.

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  25. I love how you distressed the paper and the finished product!

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  26. I'm amazed at how many ways all of the design team have used these stamps and dies. Absolutely love it. πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

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  27. Fun project. I love all of the great details you added. TFS

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