Saturday, November 6, 2010

Compendium of Curiosities Challenge #20 – Industrial Grunge


Taking a cue from my little sister and her pennants, I have decided to complete the remaining Compendium of Curiosities Challenges as little houses. This is my first one which uses Industrial Grunge on the copper roof.

Supplies used: All cardstock from Club Scrap (kits used were Private Eye, Gratitude and Memoirs. Clock embellishment and doorknob bead also from Club Scrap. Grungeboard roof and wings, Alcohol Ink and Paint Dabber from Ranger. All house cardstock shapes of my own design cut on Silhouette SD. Ridge cap edge design created with ribbon loop punch from Martha Stewart.

Original created for a challenge from Linda Ledbetter at Studio L3.

In addition, I am posting at these other fun blog challenges. Check them out.

  • Paper Playtime - Clock, ticket or tag
  • For Fun Challenges - Use Metal
  • Incy Wincy - Anything Goes
  • Craft Your Passion - Anything Goes
  • Thanks for looking.


    1. Wow, Jennifer, what a wonderful and creative idea! I love little houses, so this is going to be a joy for me to watch! You did a spectacular job on your Industrial Grunge piece-- the house is beautiful, and the copper roof is beautiful! Brilliant concept, and I can't wait to see more!

    2. This is beautiful, Jennifer! Oh, I love everything about your little house, great job. Thank you for joining us at For Fun Challenges this week.
      Amelia x

    3. These are fabulous! love the houses so cute!

    4. Wow love it!!! The roof is so amazing and all the detail is perfect. Loving the industrial grunge, you have is spot on!

      Thanks for joining us over on Incy Wincy this week.

      Sarah x

    5. These are stunning! Absolutely adorable! Thanks for playing along with us at Craft Your Passion. x x

    6. Very unique house and so pretty. Thanks so much for joining us at For Fun this week. Hope to see you back next week. "Hugs" Carol

    7. What a spectacular little house and a great concept to meet the challenges. It takes some of the pressure off knowing what you are making ahead of time, doesn't it!? Fab job sissy.

    8. Too Cute. I could imagine having a village of these. Thanks for playing along on For Fun.

    9. Sorry for being late on commenting here... but with so many entries and all.. i am late. But i still wanted to say.. your creations are great and thank you for playing with us in our challenge at CRAFT YOUR PASSION :) hugs x

    10. I love these little so cool! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at FFC!