Friday, December 2, 2011

My Tiny Pink Christmas Cottage



I have been in my studio creating once again.  Here is my tiny pink Christmas
cottage.  It is nestled in snow in "my little world".




I made it from the cardboard of a Ritz Cracker box.  Not to worry though,
in my little world the building codes are quite flexible.



I may need to add more houses and tiny shops and a church to keep
this little cottage company.  What do you think?

Now that construction is complete ~ I am off to visit Beverly for


Bentley ~ we have to go over to your Grandma's house to help her
decorate her Christmas mantel.  I bet she has some treaties for you!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

43 comments:

  1. this is so cute!!! Hope Bentley enjoys his treats!

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  2. Hi Susan,

    This is adorable! You are so creative; I love the little English-looking front door complete with hardware. The snow and glitter make it look like a fairy cottage. I hope you build some more buildings. :)

    I hope you and Bentley have fun at your Mom's.

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  3. So sweet. Your pink cottage is delightful. Have fun helping decorate your mom's mantle.

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  4. HPS!


    Love this tiny pink house!


    Gabriela

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  5. Susan,
    You need to make more! That is adorable.
    Carol

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  6. It still amazes me what talented people I have found on the blog. Take nothing and create such pretty things.

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  7. Susan, that is so darn cute. You did great on it and yes yes make more.

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  8. Precious!! You are really good at this! :-)

    XO,
    Jane

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  9. I just love little Christmas villages. Thx for sharing.

    HPS

    LL

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  10. Well it is just darling, great job. Richard from My old Historic House.

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  11. Susan, this is adorable and from a Ritz box! Oh my goodness how creative you are. I love the little cottage as is, but would also love to see a "village" you create from other boxes. This little cottage just tugs at my heart. Blessings. Do hope Bentley did get his treats.
    Lynn

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  12. Susan, your little cottage is darling! Love little Christmas cottages. I used to make things all the time when my kids were growing up. I kinda got out of the habit. Thanks for sharing and enjoy your weekend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  13. Susan, what a sweet little pink cottage and I would enjoy a church too. ♥O

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  14. I just love your little pink Christmas cottage. How cute is that!!!??? Thanks so much for sharing it with us.
    Ruth

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  15. Susan, that is the cutest little house..please add more and share with us...{{hugs}}

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  16. I think it's perfect and beautiful! Happy Pink Saturday!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  17. Susan your little pink house is just precious.
    Happy Pink Saturday...xo Tami

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  18. So sweet and it's a recyclable craft - love it!

    Leann

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  19. Darling...Something well worth the building permit if required! Smiles...Renee

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  20. Happy Pink Saturday Susan and Bentley, love your little pink cottage, I think you should make a whole village if time permits, very cute! Hugs Marilou

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  21. Aren't you clever! This is adorable, Susan.

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  22. Oh my goodness, this is amazing!!!! Out of a Ritz cracker box??? You are amazing.

    Sure hope you're bringing this to Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  23. How gorgeous!

    My PINK is inviting you to come and take a peek. Have a beautiful weekend!

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  24. Sweeeeeet! I hope you show us how you made it. I can picture a charming Ash Tree village! (with little Bentleys running all around, of course)

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  25. Your little cottage is so sweet, I bet Bentley would like to fit into it. :o) xx jeanetteann

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  26. so sweet and such a wonderful job.
    cathy

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  27. Susan ~ that little Pink Cottage is adorable.Make more make more and show us please ~! ;-)
    Bentley hope you enjoy your treats at Grandma's house.

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  28. The little pink cottage is adorable. Thanks for sharing, Susan, and thanks for visiting Blackberry Creek.

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  29. Oh I love your little magical pink house....
    hope Bentley got those treats from Grandma!

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  30. Just darling and, YES, it needs some more cute little houses to keep it company...:))

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  31. How adorable. We've made faux gingerbread houses out of foamies but never thought of transforming household boxes - I'll have to share this idea with my grandkids. Thanks for a lovely visit.

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  32. Such a cute little cottage! I'm definitely in favor of shops and a church to keep it company! I bet Bentley loves to go to Grandma's house and get treats!

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  33. Très mignon!! Happy Pink Saturday Susan ✿◕ ‿ ◕✿

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  34. How sweet!! From a cracker box??? Fabulous! Happy Pink Saturday! XO, Pinky

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  35. Oh, how nice it was to drop by your cottage and find a tiny little pink cottage sitting a cloud of snow. Pink bliss! The background music made it so magical. Yes, please create more tiny little houses in this magical little village. You're very talented, thanks for sharing those talents with fellow bloggers.
    Til next time...God bless and Merry Christmas.
    Ginger

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  36. That is the cutest little cottage I have seen in a long time and to think it started out life as a cracker box, wow! What a wonderful way to recycle something and make it into something so special! Really great creating Susan (and I am sure Bentley had a paw in it too)!
    Have a lovely Sunday!
    Tina xo

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