Welcome to Tea in the Craft Room.
So glad you could join me.
Please get cozy and can I pour you a cup of tea?
You can see by the mug and the books I am looking forward to some quiet time in my little reading nook.
The books will wait for now, though.
Today I am making some little projects for my sister
who loves miniature gardens and gnomes.
I created this Enchanted Woodland vignette using
one of the boxes I made from reclaimed cedar.
It is the same wood I used for the top of the little tea table above.
The tree is a bottle brush tree I bleached and allowed to dry in a wonky shape. After I hot glued everything into place I took it outside and sprayed it with spray glitter. Looks more shimmery, less glittered.
Keeping with her Enchanted Woodland theme and living room color scheme I painted some ceramic mushrooms and toadstools cream and beige. These got a good sprinkling of glitter!
What is an Enchanted Woodland without gnomes?
I am sharing a sheet of gnome faces with you.
Remember to save large for best resolution.
For 'whole body' gnomes check online.
(EclecticShorebird@blogspot.com is my 'home' blog)
Thank you for joining me for tea in the craft room.
See you soon!
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