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Welcome to the Ezee Pzee Dezign team Reveal for February.
We were sent the Ezee Pzee (http://www NULL.engravit NULL.net/ezeepzeeembellishments NULL.htm) birdhouse kit along with some little extras like butterflies and flowers. Take a boo at what I created with this wonderful product then head on over to the Dezign Teams (http://www NULL.engravit NULL.net/ezeepzeedezignteam NULL.htm) blogs and check out their wonderful creations as well!!!
So for me it was again a combination of two products.. Ezee Pzee (http://www NULL.engravit NULL.net/ezeepzeeembellishments NULL.htm) and Ranger.
I didn’t take step pictures this time but I will give you a brief run down of what I did do!
So let’s begin.
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For the building of the bird house I ran the pieces through my Big Kick Machine using Tim’s embossing folders (http://www NULL.rangerink NULL.com/products/prod_alterations_texture-fades_bricked-woodgrain NULL.htm)
to give them definition. The roof panels went through the brick folder and the sides and front/back panels through using the woodgrain folder. Now as much as i loved how they turned out I figured they needed a little something extra. So out came Claudine Hellmuths GESSO (http://www NULL.rangerink NULL.com/products/prod_medium_CHstudiogesso NULL.htm)
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What is a bird house with out a post really.. what could I use for that…. well i did have that empty ribbon holder on the table.. hmm.. that will make a nice post i’d think. just add a bit of Tim paper to the top and bottom, a little bit of color wash (http://www NULL.rangerink NULL.com/products/prod_dyeink_adirondackcolorwash NULL.htm) (okay a lot!) and tada a post.
And what is a bird house with out a weathervane!!! I used Distress Embossing Powders (http://www NULL.rangerink NULL.com/products/prod_emboss_distress NULL.htm) and embossing ink (http://www NULL.rangerink NULL.com/products/prod_emboss_distress_clear NULL.htm) to colour the bird, alcohol ink (http://www NULL.rangerink NULL.com/products/prod_alcoholink_adirondack NULL.htm) for the holder. A bit of glossy accents (http://www NULL.rangerink NULL.com/gluesAndSealers NULL.htm) to hold it all together. LOVE IT!!!
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So what should i sit the post on well a box of course!!! Out came the box and it too was covered in GESSO and sprayed with a bit of color wash.
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Okay well the box couldn’t just be a box; what a perfect place to plant some flowers!! I used perfect pearls mist on the flowers, added a bit of bling and planted them in the tissue paper (which was sprayed with color was) on top of the box! For the gate around the top I used the extra pieces of Ezee Pzee product that I had laying around from the outside of their photo strip.. made a nice fence!!
Okay so the box was empty and that just isn’t right so I decided to make a mini album to put inside.. oh my mind wanted to add more and more and more but time just wouldn’t allow.
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The mini is filled with pictures of my first meeting with Tim and Mario!!! A very special day for me!!!
Thanks for stopping by and taking a look.. don’t forget to go check out the rest of the dezign team (http://www NULL.engravit NULL.net/ezeepzeedezignteam NULL.htm) reveal!!!
Til next time…