Wednesday, August 24, 2011

My August Doll House

August's Doll House project is
a cloche made from 6 picture frames.
I went to the Dollar Store and bought 6 unfinished frames.
I painted them white.
My husband helped me put the hinges inside each corner.
We made a triangle to glue into the top of the roof,
then added an ornament to hang in the gable.
I think it will be great fun to decorate during the holidays
with fun ornaments and treasures.
This project would be fun with smaller picture frames too.

12 comments:

Melissa said...

So cute!

Angela McRae said...

What a brilliant idea to use frames for this project! I wouldn't have thought of that!

krys kirkpatrick said...

I love the pooh quote. Good job on the doll house. I have seen this idea used to make a terrarium...of course my frames would have to be all chippy and old.

Zaa said...

Such a delightful project... I expect to she fairies dancing around such a pretty little house.... Wonderful work ...Thanks for sharing...SO glad I stopped by ..Please feel free to visit me at " The Grand Lady " for a cup of tea....Hugs

Karen's Place said...

What a very cleaver way to display vignettes. Applauding your design and team effort.

Mark said...

wow! just beautiful

La Tea Dah said...

How clever! I love it!

Laurie said...

How pretty Marilyn, what a clever way to use picture frames. I need to remember this one, you're right, changing it with the seasons is the perfect idea.

koralee said...

How clever are you my friend..this is darling.

Happy Thursday. xoxo

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

It's beautiful! What a great idea to use picture frames to make it!! I'm not sure I could handle those hinges tho! I hope you will share it each season decorated!

Thanks for sharing your idea!

Katherine

P.S. - I enjoyed seeing those tea party babies again, they are so sweet! Love the purse, and the drinking from the saucer!

Jeanie said...

This is beautiful and so creative. It may be one of my favorites!

d smith kaich jones said...

this just makes my heart so happy, that you are still doing this, in this year when the rest of us stopped. i have no words.

xoxo

(and doing it so wonderfully & creatively - i love this little house!)