I know once you've seen one, you've seen them all, but I wanted to enter Oliver's Easter House into some challenges too, so here it is on its own, but without his name on it. So glad that Naimh's Easter House was a **winner** over on Penny's Challenge Blog! Yay!
Here I've use Gemini by Crafters Companion picnic box. Green 'wooden' paper, from a 12x12 paper pad from The Works. Bunny's from Crafter's Companion Penny Slider diecut set. Grass, from Garden Delights by Sam Calcott. Embossed eggs cut out from an Easter egg embossing folder, which came with #99 TatteredLace magazine. Later I did add Oliver's name and an Easter ribbon. I've also used Wink of Stella, ProMarkers, white gel pen, scraps of Miri and yellow card in the windows, which also were rubbed up with the VintagePhoto.
Now, the roof was cut from the cardboard wrap that goes around tins of (posh) cat food. The inside being a really nice warm browny colour. I rubbed on a little TH's Vintage Photo Distress Ink to add detail. I forgot to take a picture of the back of the box, but there's another bunny with a square-er back door and an attic window. Inside there's shredded paper and lots of different mini eggs and chocolate bunnies! All gone now though! That's it for now! Have a Happy Friday the thirteenth!! (Because that's when I started typing this!) Thanks for 'hopping' by!'