Thursday, May 19, 2011

Treehouse Headquarters

Here's my second preview today of new releases from Little Miss Muffet Stamps... this one is one of my favorites! I mean, what girl wouldn't want to have a fancy treehouse in the backyard with all the works! It even has a slide which was a last minute addition. ;D

Also, don't forget to check out the winner of the Miss Anya Hats Off set announced in the previous post! (Click Here or scroll down.)

Operation TREEHOUSE: Treehouse Headquarters


The name of this theme is "Operation TREEHOUSE" and this is the girls main headquarters. The girls, of course, are resourceful so they've found ways to spruse up the triple-deck treehouse. The girls rally together each day to fight the evil boys nextdoor of the "GAG: Girls Are Gross" club!


This is only the second image of four that are being released this week and you can check out all the inspirational projects that the design team made over at Little Miss Muffet Challenges! I hope you like this new theme and check back tomorow for two more previews! :D


I'd like to enter into the following challenges:
A Spoonfull of Sugar Challenge #152 (anything goes)
Clear it Out Tuesdays Challenges (any coloring medium)
Tip Top Tuesday Challenge #34 (one for the kids)

DT Preivew: Little Miss Muffet Previews
Main Stamp:
Treehouse Headquarters (LMMS)
Patterned Paper: Toy Box (CP)

Copic Markers colored on Copy Paper:
-browns: E31, E33, E35, E57, E59
-reds: R21, R22, R24, R46, R59
-yellows: YR31, Y21, Y26, Y15
-greens: G40, YG61, YG63, YG67
-blues: BG11, BG72, BG75; B000, B01
-grays: C1, C3; W2, W4, W6, W8

Did you know? Tafl games were a family of ancient Germanic and Celtic board games played on a checkered or latticed board with two teams of uneven strength. The size of the board and the number of pieces varied, but all games involved a distinctive 2:1 ratio of pieces, with the lesser side having a king-piece which started in the centre. The king's objective was to escape to (variously) the board's periphery or corners, while the greater force's objective was to capture him. Tafl spread everywhere the Vikings traveled, including Iceland, Britain, Ireland, and Lapland. Versions of Tafl, comprising Hnefatafl, Alea Evangelii, Tawlbwrdd, Brandubh, Ard Ri and Tablut, were played across much of Northern Europe from earlier than 400 CE until it was supplanted by Chess in the 12th century.
[Tafl Games, Wikipedia.org]

11 comments:

  1. ooooooohhhhooooo this is sooooo beautiful, your colouring is perfect and the image so pretty!
    xx petra

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  2. Lovely Barbara! Your colouring is fantastic and I love how you have used the treehouse by itself!

    Arabella

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  3. I am out of words. Your colouring skills are great!!!
    With best wishes,
    Viktoria

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  4. Barabara, this is beautiful! I just adore the new images and your coloring is gorgeous! ~kurlygirl Kurly-Q

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  5. Oh wow. Your coloring is so stunning! Fabulous card. Thanks for joining us at Clear It Out!

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  6. Oh I so wish I could colour like you! Fabulous card hun, I love the tree house and the dp you've used with this image is perfect. hugs Donna x

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  7. what an amazing card, thanks for joining us at Clear It Out

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  8. What a gorgeous card - and your colouring is fantastic! Love it!

    Thanks for joining in with us over at Top Tip Tuesday for our 'One For The Kids' Challenge this week :)
    Good Luck!

    Carol x

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  9. Lovely, reminds me of the Far away Tree, thanks for joining us on this weeks One for the Kids Challenge @ Top Tip Tuesday,

    WE are having a DT call too! and we have Candy on offer for those promoting it check this post out for the info : Top Tip Tuesday DT CALL

    Samantha :)

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Welcome to my gallery and thanks for your comments! :-D I love reading each one of them.