Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

 Happy Friday!!!
Have you enjoyed the week long collaboration
between the Stampendous Design Team and Eileen Hull’s Inspiration Team!!!
REMEMBER….

 If you missed any of the days you can still go and check out all the inspirational pieces!

 I began my Cottage House Hot Air Balloon Box by 
first adhering the chipboard box pieces together. 
Paint the prepared box with distress paint.
Allow to dry completely.
 Stamp prepared box with background image and distress paint. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Stamp box with image from Cottage House Stamp Set.
Place a fussy cut image from the pattern paper to front of box with pop dots
Die cut four Cottage House from pattern paper. 
Adhere together. 
Add Cottage House to the box using brown wire twine. 
Fill box with moss. 
Fill top of balloon with moss. 
Fussy cut rooster and adhere to top of Cottage House.
 Add a few fussy cut sunflowers from the pattern paper to the front of Cottage House.
 Stamp door from Cottage House Stamp Set, fussy cut out and adhere to front of Cottage House.
 I love how my Cottage House Hot Air Balloon turned out. 
REMEMBER….
It is always fun to turn your stamp sets into dimensional pieces. 
Hugs Pam

Stampendous Supplies:
CS006 Cottage House Stamp Set with Die
CRR249 Wood Background
Eileen Hull/Sizzix Supplies:
Other Supplies:

24 thoughts on “Cottage House Hot Air Balloon with Stampendous and Eileen Hull’s Inspiration Team

  1. Dee says:

    I also love how your hot air balloon cottage turned out – thanks for a great tutorial!

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  2. A Pink says:

    What a fabulously unique project! Love it x

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  3. Unknown says:

    What a great idea! Hot air balloon is precious.

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  4. Absolutely amazing!! LOVELOVELOVE this idea and may have to borrow a few elements from it to make my own!!! TFS!

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  5. D.Ann C says:

    What a terrific idea! Love the hen flying high on your hot air balloon! : )

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  6. Cynthia says:

    oh my gosh! your hot air ballon is fantastic.

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  7. Very creative use of the dies! Love the color combo and details! Great project!

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  8. Lucy says:

    A French provincial mushroom house – rather a French provincial mushroom house balloon. Incredible ideas all merged into one. It's beautiful.

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  9. Lea says:

    WOWZERS! WOW! WOW! This is amazing!! I love everything about it, from the painted box all the way to the fussy cut rooster! Just stunning!

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  10. this is fantastic.I love hot air balloons and this one takes the cake.The rooster on top really adds fun.thanks for sharing a wonderful idea.

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  11. Stampendous says:

    Oh WOW! I LOVE this hot air balloon, a great idea and so fantastically created! Thank you for sharing in the hop this week!

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  12. Redanne says:

    Brilliantly inventive and totally beautiful Pam! Hugs, Anne xx

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  13. Jenn White says:

    Such great ideas! I love all the layers & dimension!♡

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  14. Jenn White says:

    Such great ideas! I love all the layers & dimension!♡

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  15. I love this too. What a cleaver creation. Love the country feel. TFS

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  16. OMG!!!! I LOVE this!! But of course I love G45 papers, but aside from the beautiful papers it is a lovely design. Lets fly away!

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  17. McStamper says:

    What a great and unique project. Love it.

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  18. Dollie says:

    Such a cute project! Love the hot air balloon look 🙂

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  19. Jean Bullock says:

    How fun! I love the colors and the layered roofs. Would make a great centerpiece. Well done.

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  20. Unknown says:

    Wow, absolutely stunning.

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  21. Sue D says:

    How fun–love the roosters and sunflowers.

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  22. How cute. Great idea.

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  23. Shari says:

    Wow.. blown away. Such a cute idea! Love the colors too. ♥♥♥

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  24. Jean says:

    So very creative!!

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