Earlier in the year I received some wonderful new products from Redlead Paperworks, including Art House Kits. I thought they looked such fun and with so many uses, after all, there are no rules to say they have to be storage for art supplies.
There are three different Art House kits, the one I played with is Shine Bright, Dreamer. What’s so clever, it isn’t just the house, the kit includes wooden words, numbers and elements such as stars. On my art house I also included some other Redlead products, here is the supply list.
Redlead Paperworks Supplies:-
Art House It – Shine Bright, Dreamer
Stencil – Celebrate Your Creativity 6″x6″
Collage Image – Ancestors
Although the image is vintage and I sneaked in a wee touch of lace, I knew I wanted a more contemporary colour palette when it came to painting the house, with a slightly grungy appearance. Three colours of PaperArtsy Frescos were applied, working on the the individual pieces before assembling.
This woman is actually holding a book which I envisaged as being her art journal and I liked that the image sheet she came on had four different sizes of the same image.
If you haven’t visited Redlead Paperworks then it is worth mentioning that not only do they stock amazing products but they are also generous with sharing tutorials, such as how to work with their wooden words/shapes.
The Art Houses would look amazing with layers of stamping but I opted for stencilling words onto the rear
and the sides.Be BoldBe You.
Well I am not very bold but I am trying to be at least a wee bit bolder with colour!
The Art Houses could not be any easier to assemble!
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