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how to make a teensy house a tinsy home, by lilibee...(part 1)

 

oh my gosh, we're so excited. the super-duper, amazing, talented and all around incredible sassafras dt extraordinaire leila bentahar has come to our little old blog and written up a special tutorial, just for you!!!  and just in time for the weekend. mother's day weekend at that...if any of you know a new mommy i bet a gift like this would be her favorite little treasure! (well, second favorite maybe)

 

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Hi everyone! :) This is Leila from LilibeeStudio. I feel happy and proud to do my first tutorial on the Sassafras blog. This time i chose the cute Nerdy Bird collection to make this house shaped and easy-to-do minibook: 

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 I used the following supplies:

Nerdy Bird 12/12 papers , Nerdy Bird wee Bundle 6x6 ,Nerdy Bird journal Tags stickers, Nerdy Bird sweet treats stickersApple Jack alpha stickers ,Puddle jumpers felties , Alpha Token Pink chipoard stickers,Nerdy Bird flag banner stickers, white cardstock , yellow acrylic painting.

 

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Cut out two cardstock pieces using the figure above. Paint them with yellow acrylic.

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Fold the two pieces (see figure above) and attached them.

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Cover each side side with paper. Adhere a paper trim on the bottom, then add a flag banner sticker all around.

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Make the chimney by folding a small  ( 4 cm x 2.5 cm x 1cm ) piece of cardstock. See photo above.

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Make a hole on the right side of house roof ( 4 cm height x 1cm width ) and insert the chemney. Adhere the cloud. 
   
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Decorate it with more flag banner stickers , sweet treat stickers and stiched buttons.

That's all for today! I will be back tomorrow with more instructions. So stay tuned ! Hugs

 

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wooo hooo, how does that feel?  you're halfway to having the cutest house on the block, and you didn't even have to plug in a power tool. thank you lilibee.....we can't wait till tomorrow, when we get to see how this adorable project turns out!
 
see you all right back here for part two of making a teensy house a tiny home...

 

oh my gosh, we're so excited. the super-duper, amazing, talented and all around incredible sassafras dt extraordinaire leila bentahar has come to our little old blog and written up a special tutorial, just for you!!!  and just in time for the weekend. mother's day weekend at that...if any of you know a new mommy i bet a gift like this would be her favorite little treasure! (well, second favorite maybe)

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