This week over at Simon Says the theme is 'Numbers'. I let the idea roll around in my head and thought about what I had in my room that contained numbers. I saw a chipboard house on my desk and wondered if I could use it for the base of my project. And so, the king of the bingo house was born.
Of course, the embossing folder looks a bit worse for the wear but I'm sure it will go back flat once it's been used again. Pumice stone and black DI were carefully smeared on the raised portion. The sentiment (Inkadinkadoo) was stamped on the peak in black ArI.
A scrap of red Bazzill cardstock was distressed with inks and my fingers then run through Tim's brick EF and glued on the chimney. The roof is grungeboard with the swirls pattern, cut with Tim's on the edge die, colored with grey PI & black DI. The grass is the other piece of the roof but colored with green DIs.
Wendy's man with Ranger's black enamel accents dotted specs is king (Maya Road crown); Tim's word charm hangs by a jump ring from the roof. The old bingo game pieces were sanded before I glued them down. I used Glossy Accents to glue everything down. Grunge board scraps help elevate the various pieces for added dimension.