Thanks GG. The actual door began as a piece of chipboard. I built up the layers with more chipboard and balsa wood. It was painted with an off white acrylic and then stained with watered down Distress Ink. The top of the door is a piece that was already made. You can get these almost anywhere doll house furniture is sold. I just painted and add *snow*. HTH and thanks for your comments.
Hi Nancy This is stunning! What a creative idea. I went to your blog to see how or what the door was made of and all I saw was a chipboard cover...did you create the door/threshold yourself? Or is it something else? Thanks
Wow! This is incredible! Such wonderful details, and I love the vintage look of it.
Project - Graphic 45 Altered Altoid Tin
posted 07/12/12 at 05:58 AM
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Altered Altoid tin I created for a trade @ For Keeps Sake in St. Louis.
You can see more of the trades on my blog: http://art-from-the-heart.typepad.com [art-from-the-heart.typepad.com]
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