Thursday, April 6, 2017


      'Frilly and Funkie' is sponsoring a challenge that wants 'numbers' to be used in the project.  I have chosen to create this 'Wookey House' made with wood blocks.  They are not always perfectly shaped...but always fun!  
     If you would like to join in on the fun and a chance to win a $25 spending spree at 'Frilly and Funkie' you can find information HERE.  

                             I started with cutting my blocks of wood in the shape of a house.

     I used Gesso to paint all the edges and covered that up with black water based paint.

     Using Mod Podge, I attached cardstock weight paper to the pieces.  The base is setting up on four round wooden pegs.

     The Bingo themed elements and signs came from clip art on the internet.  I burnished all the edges with Tim Holtz Fired Brick and Crushed Olive Distress Inks.

                                        This is a close up of the chimney and it's 'Bingo Cage'.

                                                                One side of the House.

     This is the back of House and the other side as well.  I used 'Tiny Tattered Florals' die by Tim Holtz for the patches of grass and 'Grass' die from Impression Obsession for the long grass.

                                                             Thanks for stopping by!


  1. This is just SO clever. I love the wonky house and all the numbers and number games. The little lawn is so cute....It's just wonderful. Good luck in the challenge. LOVE IT

  2. Wonderful wonky house! Love the trail of numbers along the side. Beautiful entry in our Frilly and Funkie Count Me In Challenge. Thank you for playing along with us.

  3. What a creative and delightful project! I love that you started with wood blocks and then built a fun ode to home and numbers! Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Count Me In Challenge on Frilly and Funkie!