Altered Box For Mouse Is Done ~ Videos Included

The little Mouse House that started off as a cardboard box is done! Well, not quite, it still needs some furniture. I'll update when that part is done.

Here it is when it began. I didn't have any plans for it, I was inspired to make it after designing my Dress Up Mouse, pattern here. I thought the mouse and her friends needed a place of their own!. So I  began with a box and some scrapbooking
paper and then everything just fell into place.

I sure hope this has inspired you to make a carry case out of a box. It's a super fun project and kids just love things like this. They love to pack and unpack their little toy friends!

I did film a video, not a tutorial for it, but I do explain what I've done or how I've made things as I go along. It's in 3 short parts.

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  1. Another gorgeous project Sharon.

    Buffy x

  2. You are amazing and creative! What a cute idea. I am just loving these cute little animals. May the Lord bless you for sharing your artistic genius with all of us (especially all of us who are creative-challenged!). Hugs from Utah, Bev

  3. Sharon,

    Your house idea for your little mice is very cute! I'll bet you had a lot of fun making it!

    - Momma Cat

  4. This is about the 3 little pigs. How do you make the small snout to stand out like the larger one does. I really like the one shown in the pic.

  5. I have a couple larger pig patterns.. the Dress Up Pigs and the Little Bigfoot pig so I'm not sure which picture you mean. You'd have to add a couple stitches to row 2 to make it a bit wider then add a row or 2 of just sc


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