Monday, February 8, 2010

Little Cabin in the Woods

Be sure you read to the bottom - there is something extra extra special there! *wink*
Good morning! I have another template for you today (are you surprised!?!) I am having SO much fun with all of these fabulous new templates from Lauren Meader and My Time Made Easy. I can't seem to stop! I was thinking about an upcoming birthday for a friend - and the perfect idea popped into my head. He owns a little cabin in the woods so I used the new Welcome Home template to make him a little log cabin package for his birthday gift.


I started with yummy cardstock from Couture Cardstock - this is called Brown Paper Packaging. It has some texture already and all I did after cutting with my Cricut was to score the front, back, and sides of the house with my Scor-Pal. I also chose to add the optional roof to my cabin and I scored the darker Chocolate Chip paper on the roof as well. I then dragged my vintage Chai ink pad across all the pieces to accent the scoring. It looked GREAT when it was damp but by the time I was done the ink had faded and wasn't so prominent. I guess next time I'll experiment with regular ink. BUT I still have the scoring texture and I think it sort of looks like logs.

I also added some fun details to the door and windows.

I scored the door both vertically and horizontally - added some copper brads as "hardware". For the windows I adhered each one to small pieces of a fun leafy cotton fabric I had on hand.  I adhered the windows and door using dimensionals. To create the double window on the front I used my Sure Cuts A Lot (SCAL) software. I opened the file and copied and pasted two more windows. I dragged one of the windows so it was overlapping the other one then I chose the WELD option - it made the two windows into ONE. Now THAT was super cool. :-)  Check out CandaCrafts if you own a Cricut - you must have SCAL as well and it's on sale this week! Code is Feb14.


I wanted some dimension on the chimney so I simply scored both chimneys to give them a little texture - a small detail but it's the little details that bring it all together I think.  Next up was the matching tag:


I cut my tags from the Cricut cartridge that came with my Expression. I cut the bottom tag as "shadow" and the top layer the same size without the shadow and they mat together just right! I used a couple of SU stamps of pine leaves and pine cone plus a little circle sentiment "It's Your Day". Added one of the matching copper brads to this - wrote my simple wishes on the back so I didn't need a matching card for this gift box.


This little box is a great size - I could have resized it with the SCAL software but I didn't need to - I just cut it in it's original size which was PERFECT for this little jar of Sweet Pepper Jalapeño Jelly. I made a little matching tag for the jar as well.


Here's one final peek at the jar of jam tucked inside this little log cabin gift package:

SO - there you go! In order to hold it all together for gift giving I tied it all together with a bit of rustic twine and tied a couple of twine bows on top. No ribbon or flowers on this one, not too frilly but keeping with the rustic, outdoor theme. I hope you enjoyed this little cabin in the woods :-) I had a blast making it and I know my friend will FLIP when he gets it. He will know it a heartbeat that it was based on his cabin in the woods and he will be tickled.

NOW - A HUGE SURPRISE GIVEAWAY!
Today is the last day of peeks from the February My Time Made Easy ™ LLC Release. We are giving away the chance to receive a $100 Gift Certificate to the My Time Made Easy ™ LLC store. (Can I hear a big YEE HAW???!!!) In order to qualify you have to do the following:

* Visit each design team members blog to view their project. (See below)

* Leave each member a comment about what you liked best about one of their release projects from the week.

By commenting here, you are agreeing to play along, and comment on everyone's post, in order to qualify for the giveaway. The winner will be drawn via www.random.org. The winning name will be crossed checked for comments on all design team members posts. If the winning person did not complete the round of commenting, then another number will be drawn, and cross checked.

Winner will be announced Friday, February 12th.  Enjoy!

My Time Made Easy Design Team:

Pam Imholz --> You are here!!

Thanks for stopping by - have a great week - see you again on Saturday for the next Just Us Girls challenge.

Hugs n smiles.

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gr8day2no said...

I so LOVE this template!! I really liked the all the texture you used in your little cabin. It worked great and I love iit!! Thank you for sharing!!

Karen B said...

I love how you combined the printable paper designs on the mailbox project.

Susie said...

Totally love your project today. Thanks for the info on the cutting, too. This is really beautiful.

sweetpz said...

Great idea! i can put any little surprises in there!

hugs
juli

Barb said...

I really like your nonfrills house. It sure makes a great male gift. wow these templates are soo versatile esp using the cricut

Michelle said...

Wow I love your take on the house, I love the simple colours very classy.
Shelley x

Anonymous said...

I love your work!.....

Mary Juckett

Olenka said...

Such a gorgeous looking house! I adore all the work you did making it look more like a house then just paper!!!

Diane Schultz said...

This is such a wonderful project. I love the way you used scoring to similate boards. This house is such a wonderful project for gift giving. Thanks for sharing.
Diane Schultz
Sumter, SC

Pat said...

This little cabin is too cute!

mommyabbytommy said...

I think this template is one I'm more partial to. It's so versatile. I love the muted colors you used, really gave the feel of a cabin.

erinallport said...

I love the textured look you gave the cabin! especially the chimney! adorable!

Maureen Merritt said...

Great project, I love how "earthy" it is :)

Julie E said...

I am so happy to see a more masculine project! I have tons of "guy" B-days around this time of year and no ideas (until now). The texture on the house is a great touch.

Ekip2 said...

AWESOMNESS in a box!! Love Love Love this - You did a great job with a masculine project. Often masculine just means different colors (no pink) and less stuff (no flowers). Not today - from the beginning you created a simple classy gift! I have to say the scoring detail on today's project is my fav of what you've posted this week - but thats just cuz y'all are "mean" and only let me pick one cuz I loved your projects!
Andrea

Wendy said...

whow LOVE the colour choices and the little details awesome job thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Love the template - love the paper -love it all!
Barb

Cheryl said...

Wonderful job on your house. Love the picket fence going around the bottom.

Heike said...

Wow, this is Stunning. Love it....

Hugs
Heike

Jo said...

I like you Mail for Male box. I am always in need of ideas for the guys.

Mona L. Pendleton said...

What an awesome gift Pam! I like how you added so much embossing detail to the chimney, the roof & the door. The picket fence is such a neat idea! Great use of the Welcome Home template!

Suzanne Milam said...

this template really has a lot of uses....how cute...

Jo said...

WOW! I love this house, it is adorable! I am going to need all of the templates after seeing these beautiful designs!

Laurel said...

Ok Pam. No fair. I, yet again, can't choose which template I love the best. The house and all the scoring detail and the roof? Just perfect. The mailbox with all the detail and cute DP, so cute. I just can't choose one so I choose them BOTH! They are awesome!

Heidi said...

Pam- this house is so unique and great for the masculine recipients. But I must say I truly love your springtime mailbox- I was noticing how this mailbox can be so versatile for all the seasons from valentines, to muffins, to breads/candies inside it. I love it. I just found this company and look forward to seeing everything and would love to join the contest, noting I am on vacation till the 15th but will check back then to see if I win. :)
Heidi

Kim Burmeister said...

Wow, wow, wow! The details you put into the project with all the scoring is fabulous. I love the fence.

Jacki Randolph said...

Beautiful, I love your cabin/house- love how you show it can be great for the masculine males in our lives.

Amanda said...

I am WOWed by the cabin, tag and jelly. Superb...

angela purdy said...

I love the rustic cabin look of your box. Thanks for sharing your creativitiy.

Margie said...

What a perfect box/gift for a guy! Love it!

Cheryl said...

I love how you actually made this little house look like a cabin. How creative!!!
Cheryl Sims

MIchelle Lauffer said...

WOW! I will get a lot of miles out of this template! Thanks for sharing your project.

Jackie H said...

This is truly a charming gift giving idea. I just love everyone's creations. You are all a talented bunch. Thanks for creating and sharing with us all.

Tamrah T. said...

The use of two size brads for details was a very nice touch on your cabin. Thanks for inspiration.

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I love the mail for a male...appreciate the inspiration as it's so hard to make guy gifts! Yours is perfect!

Tina said...

Gorgeous house, looks kinda like mine. What a spectacular way to present anything. Fun!

emi said...

what a yummy gift! this house is a wonderful idea for a male... i can see using this house and adding a fish accent and giving this to my boyfriend's dad. perfect!

Amanda said...

Very nice. I like the cabin feel. My favorite project from the release was the gift set you made for your boss. The colors were fab and I just loved your use of the background stamp set.

Anonymous said...

While I love all of your projects my favorite this week is the mailbox with heart and polka dot paper on it. I think it is absolutely irresistable and so much fun.

isabelzito at verizon dot net

Pattyjo said...

Oh I LOVE the house template! This one is my favorite so far! You did a great job on it, and I love the way the roof opens up so you can store cards inside! Beautiful...just Beautiful!
Pattyjo

Rebecca said...

Awe, what a cute little house!

craftingmanda said...

this is gorgeous i love the texture you added with the score pal, I wish i had a cutting tool, i only have my cuttlebug but I reckon i could still give this a go with good old scissors

Tammy Murphy said...

I love all the hearts all over your mailbox project.... so full of love~

lennie said...

Love all the details that you added to the house, beautiful! Thanks for sharing your talent.

Kelly said...

I really like the simple look without cluttered embellishments. You added the perfect amount of details. It is so beautiful.

Maria Levine said...

WOW PAM! That's the perfect little gift for your friend with a log cabin! SO CUTE! Fabulous job! How is tastefully Simple I've never tried their stuff, but that jar looks wonderful as part of the gift!

lorraine00 said...

Although I am loving your house, I am drawn to the argyle you've got mail template & card. I just love the color combos you used and the argyle! Thanks for the inspiration!

deesdesigns said...

The detail on this template is amazing and you did an amazing job creating your gift. I love how big the template is. I have SCAL but it is nice to know the template isn't itty bitty like some I have purchased from other companies - LOVE IT!

Christine said...

Man oh man, I need to get that software for my cricut!! It seems like a necessity now!! Love your project. Very masculine, I am in need of that for sure!

Teresa H. said...

WOW!! Simply stunning! Love the realistic look to your cabin. And what a great male package! Thanks for the idea!

Sassy Scrapin' said...

Great idea for a Male gift. I think I will make one of these for a couples housewarming gift, that way its not too girley! Thanks for the inspiration!

MrsETaylor said...

love the rustic house. Talk about a super idea. Thanks for sharing

MyKoko said...

Too cute. Love the little house.

Becky Handforth said...

How cute. I love all the scoring to make it look like a log cabin.

Marvely Rangel said...

I love the Argyle Amazement and the color combo you used at Mail for a Male.
Thanks for the inspiration.

Good Kardma by Jules said...

What a cute project! All the scoring really takes it to another level I think. Like you said, it's the details that make the difference. Wonderful!

Eisbärin said...

OMG, this is so fantastic! I simply LOVE this house, it's fun and stylish but no frills, perfect gift packaging for a man or one of those people in your life that don't do pink and frilly. I LoVE, LOVE, LOVE it!

Diane Jaquay said...

I LOVE what you've done with this template, so different from other things we've seen made this week! This would make a great gift for a man!

annheidel said...

This is so clever! I love how you used scoring as texture to make it look log cabin-ish. :)

Stephanie J said...

How perfectly rustic & charming! Love it!

Anonymous said...

What a great template for a house warming gift.
LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing.

Evelyn Runge

Selma said...

Love this house Pam and the gift inside. This is such a great idea for a male or anyone for that matter. All the detail you put into this is super.

bonnie said...

Pam your creations are so gorgeous...I loved the Chicken Coop...what fun that is and all the amazing details you put in everything!! The cabin is awesome and in those colours would be perfect for male gifts. Thank you for sharing and giving me so much inspiration :) Bonnie x

KAY LONG said...

I really like your color choice for this great little gift box. Thank you for sharing your ideas.

Mrs B said...

Oh, I just love this house template! You have really created a super cute house gift box to hold and gift. Thank you for sharing!
CindyB

Sylvia said...

This is just lovely! I can't help admiring the homey feel your little 'cabin' stirs up in me...

Charlene said...

Love this little house...looks just like a log cabin with all the scoring. What a sweet way to give a yummy gift...um, actually two gifts!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Fabulous little house! Love the colors... the fence punch... soo cute! I also love your blue mail box with the mathing card! :o) TFS!

Anonymous said...

My favorite thing is the detail on the chimney! And the fence! Too cute!

Gail Johnson

Joanne M said...

Great house. I love the all the scoring detail. So So cute!

Angy said...

Wowzers, love the little cabin in the woods. Excellent adding all the little details, scoring, brads, fabric and more. Love it!

Kathy said...

I love your idea of giving jam/etc in this house template! How special would it be to give to a new neighbor (or any other reason for that matter)! This can be made so many ways, thank so your your ideas.

Anonymous said...

Love the heart mail box! Great job.

Toni

craftsbygloria said...

What a very special gift to give. A little mini log cabin!! This will be treasured for years to come.
Gloria
craftsbygloria@comcast.net

Crafty Engineering said...

Can I live at your cabin? So very cute! Awesome job!

Davi said...

Love that cute cabin!! Makes you want to go there. :) Great job!!

Lesley517 said...

The cabin is wonderful! Would make a great gift for anyone!

Anonymous said...

Ok i did not buy this templet yet, but after seeing some of the other great ideas, i think i am off to get it. I just love this littel house and how versitile it is. You can make so much with it. I really like the simplisity of it.

Natasha D.

Traci said...

I ablsolutely love the detail on your cabin! The score marks to add detail to the door and chimney just take it over the top! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

StampDancer said...

This is such a charming way of using the Welcome Home template. I like your tip about doing a "weld" on the windows. I just learned about using weld from watching Lauren's video this past weekend. Great project!

Marisa said...

Love the tag for the house and the scoring on the door! Fabulous project!

Dorothy said...

The Welcome Home Template is awesome and has so many uses. I love the rustic look you gave this one so cute and masculine and makes me think of a log cabin just as you were aiming for! I also like the use of scoring you did to make the effects on the house!

Anonymous said...

TAMMY SAID.......

This is a great idea for a new home present. Love all the ispiration I am getting from all the gals on the blogs today.

rudie2shoes said...

I love love love the house!

Patty Chalas said...

I love your color choice and as a gifts is adorable.

lisa808 said...

Love the scoring on the door and chimney.

Cathy said...

Love it :)

Farida Rone said...

Love the neutral colors you used. It looks very nice.

Peggy said...

Love the masculine outdoor cabin. What a great idea for the man in your life. God bless!

Carrie O said...

Love the colors you used. It looks so cute.

Kim said...

What an awesome cabin!! I love Pepper Jelly and what a wonderful gift that would make. I love the embossing detail you have on each piece. It is just beautiful.

Pam said...

Love the details! The color combo would be great for male or female!

Shawna said...

Your friend should flip for this! A great masculine take on the little house box. Love it!

Gayle said...

Wow, I love this design team. So much talent here. Can I have some of your design creativity? I got left out when it was passed around. Thank goodness there are wonderful templates like this last one and there are people like you who share their ideas. I do love this one so much! I can see me making it, too. Thank you so much for your work to give us such a nice trip through your blogs.Sure would love to be the winner.

Gayle Taylor
gaylememories@sbcglobal.net

CardShark said...

This gave me an idea. Your little house looks like a log cabin and we just stayed with some friends at their cabin while snow skiing. I wanted to send them a thank you and this is a perfect idea. Thank you, thank you.

Anonymous said...

A unique, thoughtful gift. Well done!

Summer

Linda said...

What a great packaging idea for housewarming.

Marie said...

I really love the "log cabin". How masculine! Now there is another template that I didn't know I needed until you showed this to me.

ScrapPerfections! said...

I love your Chicken Coop using the Welcome Home template. It is darling. From your beautiful handiwork to the creative extras like cup-o-soup. Well thought out. Thank you for the inspiration.
~Carli

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Oh my goodness! What an incredible cottage! I love the way you scored it to create boards! Too cute!

Lisa said...

I really like this house template. I am loving the scoring you did. Gives it a cabin feel. I could give my husband something like that. Very nice!!!

Cindy O'Donnell said...

I love the fact this could be used for a guy or an outdoorsman - great job!

Q! said...

DING DING DING! We have a winner! I love anything mountainy, cabins and moose! I'm going to save this post in a special place! I'm already thinking of packaging/gifts for Christmas! I love everything about it, THANK YOU!

Margaret C said...

Love your rustic house -esp the tag !

Christine said...

Wow - what a beautiful house!!! LOVE your work!

Sherri Piechnik said...

Monochromatic and manly! Perfect!

Sharon said...

I love the little house template. You could put any little house warming gift, a hospitality gift, or even a welcome home gift in. And the rustic look is homey and fabulous! sharon

Tethered2Home said...

Oh my word, is this ever sweet!!! I love everything about it, right down to the treat inside.
Amy.

LEIdee Q said...

What an awesome project! I love the lil chimney! What a great template to use for a housewarming gift!

Karen said...

Pam what a cute house and the scoring just made it. Also it is nice you can put a rather large size jar in there. Thanks for sharing.

Cindy B said...

Oh my goodness...this is my favorite project on the preview!! So CUTE!! What a fabulous idea to put food inside...thank you for the inspiration!
Cindy Baker

Travel & Living said...

Love the house! so cute! thanks for sharing!

Audrey said...

I LOVE the house!! I believe of all the templets it is my absolute favorite!! I am addicted to the houses!! Thanks for such a beautiful house and idea.

Robin said...

Love, Love, Love the cabin!!! It has such an outdoorsy look to it and the details are awesome! It's very rustic and I have never saw one done like that, Such a cute idea for the jam...thanks for the idea!

Connie R. said...

How nice love the color combination you used.

Monique said...

You amaze me Pam this is seriously creative!! Desions desions....hummmm...okay I flipped a coin it was a toss up but I am going to go with the Chicken coop being my fav..I love all your projects but I am a sucker for red gingham and chicken noodle soup lol..

~hugs~

rn20990@yahoo.com rochelle said...

I love this template, and I love your "take" on it. Terrific packaging. And...I love what's in the package!

Anonymous said...

What a cute gift you made...would love to be your friend. That jelly looks tempting..lol

Thanks for sharing your great work!

Angela
dylly.fernandez@gmail.com

Kris said...

I love that picket fence and the door on your project!

Mandy From Canada said...

This is so cute, I love how the candle really matches how to did the cabin.

Jenny said...

This is a very cute template! TFS!

Jenny
crazyforpaper.blogspot.com

beckyhalfhill@yahoo.com said...

Love your little cabin. Thanks for sharing your ideas with all of us. Becky Halfhill

Janet said...

I thought all the digi paper you used on the little mailbox template was especially pretty, the hearts and dots together worked really well together. Thanks.

Margaret said...

I like how you used this template. I like the feel I got from looking at the paper you choice to give that country/rustic look. I also like tastefully simple products. Thanks for sharing.

Melanie said...

I love the little more rustic look to your house project! It really shows the versatility of this template! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

WOW!!!!! I am sure glad I don't have to pick a favorite!! Your work is awesome!! I love all of your color combos and all the detail Great job!!!
Aline Hutchins

Daisiesnangels@comcast.net

Stacy said...

LOG CABIN - love it! My sis in law loves log cabins - this would be perfect to give her a gift in - thanks for the inspiration!

Kelli B said...

great project- thanks for sharing about how the box opens and how much stuff it can hold. I really like that you and Mona shared what the inside of the template looks like. I love all your little details- amazing! TFS

Diana said...

Great ideas for guys. Always hard to find so TFS.

Debbie Minter said...

Great projects!

martinlovestostamp@yahoo.com said...

I love your house. It is beautiful. YOur stamped tag is my favorite.

Gina Sisco said...

So rustic, love it. It is a nice size for gift giving.

june lanum said...

how do you come up with all the ideas. Amazing

Elisa said...

the house template is awesome. thank you for your creativity and ideas.

carmen said...

I HAVE BEEN VIVISTING YOUR BLOG FOR SOMETIMES NOW AND YOU ARE WONDERFULL WITH THESE TEMPLETS, I LVE EVERYTHING YOU DO ON HERE

Maria Villasenor said...

What a beautiful project, love it!!! the colours are so pretty, love your style, Maria

Mryia said...

Wow! The little box is bigger than I expected. For some reason I kind of thought it looked little (like an ornament), I am so glad to see that it is big enough to fit a small jar inside! So cool!

Dana Gustafson said...

Oh yummy! What a wonderful surprise inside a gorgeous package.

Kathryn B said...

I love your rustic cabin Pam! It's perfect from your scored doors to the details in the windows awesome!

Rosie said...

WOW, this cabin is awesome and such a great idea for a male! I love the versatility of this template! Now I've got to add this one to my list of must-haves! Wonderful job!

Nanette said...

My favorite - THE HOUSE - and what a very beautiful presentation you created.

Nanette

Nanettesplace@comcast.net

Peg Smith said...

This is so cute! It looks just exactly like a cabin in the woods. Nice size too! I like the tag and the chimney scoring you did.

Terri said...

All your projects have been great but my favorite was the mailbox with the colorful heart paper you used.

Noreen said...

I love that little house, and I really like the way you did it. It looks like a comfortable little cottage you would find in the country.

Deedoo said...

Love your project ! It's so cute !! Want it !

Sam said...

So sophisticated and perfectly masculine. Great job. My favorite little detail is the twine string. I love the rustic texture it adds.

roz myboochie@hotmail.com said...

I liked the bright colors on your happy mailbox. The polka dots cuteeee! Log cabin didn't really like colors but like the concept you used and for a guy gift very neat.roz---myboochie@hotmail.com

Gloria Westerman said...

Truly awesome.....what a great idea for a gift treat box.......love it all.......

Karen said...

I love the textured paper you used to make the shingled look on your house box! I also loved the twine you used to secure the tag to the box! It's nice to see what else these boxes can hold (size wise) besides candies. A small jar of jam...who'd a thought?!

willowbird35@yahoo.com

Katherine said...

Love the little tag on the house, it's adorable. Clean, simple lines, it's always the best way to go. Simple and Beautiful.

Kim said...

i like the argyle mail box project best. Love the colors, and especially the little note card inside.

Heather said...

I love this house - I love the clean design. Perfect gift idea.

Carolyn Sharkas said...

I think I love your little mailbox the best, but actually I just love all of your masculine gift ideas cuz I struggle with those.

thanks so much for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Lover your cabin and the yummy treats inside.. thats a good idea and it gives me an idea of how big the template really is... thanks
Melissa inWI

Anonymous said...

very clever idea to score the sides and chimney. very cute.
TFS
Ang@todybran.com

carpediem said...

The versatility of this template is so appealing! Very nice project! laura j

Laura.K said...

Wow. That house is so sweet, and with so many little nice details. I love it.

Jeni said...

Cute house! I love the colors you choose.

redstamper7 said...

Pam, This would be the perfect idea for so many occasions. Your house it so adorable and I love the cardstock and detail work. Wow!!

Becky T

Linda Hardesty said...

I love the texture on the card stock that you used. It was the perfect choice for this project. I have seen a lot of posts about the Cricut & SCAL and truly don't have a clue. I need to go to those sites and figure out what this is all about. I'm still in the old school of cutting by hand :-(

Vicki Sopcak said...

Good Job with the Welcome Home template!!! This would work for hostess gifts, house warming gifts, etc. Great inspiration!!!

Sacha said...

This is my favorite template so far and I think your cabin is now my favorite way it was used! Super cute and a great gift idea.

Traci said...

Loved the printed paper in the window.

Traci

Shelly said...

Adorable! Your friend will love all the extra time you put into this. Love all the details!

Stephanie Smith said...

Very cute cabin! Thanks for all the inspiration.

Ann said...

What a cute house and perfect for sharing my homemade jams and salsa. I love how you used embossing for the roof and chiminey details. TFS Ann Lind

Carmen (guatelicia on SCS) said...

Cute house! But I have to say that my favorite so far has been the card for a male. Love the look and the colors that you used.

Patrice said...

Too too too cute! Absolutely love it.

pamcherold said...

Yum! Red pepper jelly. Great little gift for Valentines Day! Love the way you have done this. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!

Anne said...

Your little house is SO adorable! That paper looks simply delightful! Think I may have to go about finding some...

Lily Lady said...

I love this little house. It is so perfect for any celebration.

Bim HH (UK) said...

What a great idea Pam, you def achieved the look of a log cabin. It looks so masculine and feminine @ same time with few flowers and BLING of course…lol
Wow, if I received that, it will be on display all the time and the gift is just an icing on the cake...lol
Great job! Would you mind if I copy “Wink”

Tina said...

You made such a perfect house. Love how you kept it simple and elegant.

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

My favorite part of your project is the panel of windows.

cantrell6 said...

I love this idea. How cute and the detail is wonderful.

Melody said...

I love the texture detail you did. I also really like the happy mail box you did. So cute!

Janea said...

I love how you made it a cabin! What a great idea. The sky is the limit for these templates.
Thanks for your great work.

duckie said...

How stinkin' cute is this? I LOVE it! What a great gift for a male teacher this would make! Thanks for the inspiration, they're always a challenge for me!

Kara said...

I love all the different textures on this project!
Kara

Mindy Andreyo said...

Love the project and the gift inside! How great. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

Chrissie said...

Loved the colors and it looks like the butterflys are coming out of the box awesome

Christi said...

How sweet!! I love that tag and that fence-OMG CUTE!!!

Kristina said...

YOur house is perfect! I love the little fence and the door is brilliant!

Katy said...

I just love dry embossing!!! Your details on the door, chimney, etc...plus the little brads on the door is PERFECT!!!

Trina said...

Love this little cabin. No details missed. Great project!

Crisanne said...

I think my favorite project has to be today's! Thanks for showing how these don't always have to be girly! The scoring on the sides really spices this up, yet keeps it very masculine.

JoanOttevanger said...

Your house is the best gift that men can recieved from someone I loved it.

Sue D said...

I really like today's project--as the mom of 4 boys I appreciate masculine projects.

wordbird said...

These have been great projects for Lauren's release! I especially love this last one that is suited for everyone...even our guys!
:D Diana Queen

Scrapping Julie said...

WHAT!?!?!?!?! i would have NEVER thought of score lines for the house and chimney! that just really topped it off. this little house is beyond adorable!

Anne T said...

Pam, ONE of my favorites of yours is the Happy Mail template made with the red and white heart paper and the gray gingham. I also love how you always make double-sided paper. So....how much ink do you use anyway:)

Penny said...

I love the cabin! Such a great "manly" idea! Masculine stuff is so hard to come up with, thanks for the great idea!

Jess said...

I love this little cabin... so sweet!! Thanks for sharing...

Dawn Geier said...

I love the way you made the house look like a cabin.

Michele Rezewski said...

This is great. It is so deatailed, and would be great for a male or female. Great idea turning it into a cabin!

Kerri said...

What a great project! I love your log cabin and all the texture you added! That jam looks super yummy and so beautifully wrapped!

Kelly said...

I love the cabin! I am always looking for a "manly" paper craft, and this is so creative! I love the details on the windows.
Kelly T

Danielle Kellogg said...

I just love that template, yours looks a little bit like a log cabin, how cute.

Lori said...

Absolutely adorable! What a perfect gift!

Anonymous said...

The log cabin is my fav. this time.
stacyjensen

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