Thursday, October 20, 2011

Humpty Dumpty Sat On A Wall

But Humpty Dumpty didn't have a great fall...cause I caught him just in time!  LOL!   I bought this wooden box on clearance at Hobby Lobby for $1.20!  I painted it with Gray paint and the used Molding Paste to hold the bricks in place.  I gave it a misting with Sugar Maple Glimmer Mist.  The words on the front were printed on the computer and then glued to the front of the bricks.  I love the Climbing  Ivy Set (#Es007VR)  byBasically Bare and gave that a misting with Olive Vine and then sewed through the center of the leaves.  Bricks are misted with Brick and Sugar Maple Glimmer Mist.Check out the Basically Bare Blog for some fun and inspirational projects!
Products:
Glimmer Mist (Tattered Angels)
Paint and Molding Paste (Golden)
Wooden Box
Stack-a-Bellies Birds (Basically Bare)
Computer
sewing machine

13 comments:

Cheryl said...

gosh hun,the ideas you come up with are just amazing,you really are an inspiration hun this is just brilliant love it hugs cherylxxxx

busymartha said...

So cute Jan!

Lill S. said...

Absolutly wonderful creation, love the color and the texture :) And tha little Humpty Dumpty is so cute :)
Thank you for your lovely words in my blog :)
Hugs Lill

craftattack said...

And now, thanks to you, Humpty Dumpty is safe for ever more!!! Good job, used to make me very ad when I was small! Your box has turned out fantastically! Valerie

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, wow! You come up with the most clever ideas, Jan! This is just adorable!!

Sugar Lump Studios said...

I love your sweet Humpty Dumpty it has awesome dimension. My DS #2 was smitten with "Hum Dum" when he was a little boy. So cute!

Jingle said...

What a fun project! So cute!

Angi @ CokiePop said...

Wow...this is so super fun & adorable. Love this. :)

Terry said...

What a great creation! Love HD!

Micupoftea~ said...

Oh my! How whimsical and CLEVER! Nice project :)

karen said...

How do you come up with these fantastic ideas?!! I was trying to figure out where you would get tiny bricks and then I enlarged the picture and saw they are cardboard! It really looks like an old brick wall! Love it!
Thanks for the visit to my blog!
xoxo
Karen

1CardCreator said...

Love this Jan, can't wait to see you put a Santa there soon too, lol. Love the chimney!

Cathy said...

this is absolutely adorable Jan! I just love your wall!