Ranger Designer Challenge!

I can finally share the project I did for the Ranger Designer Challenge — yay!

The challenge was to create a house using Claudine Hellmuth’s line of sticky-back canvas, acrylic paints, gel medium, and brushes.  We were provided with a paper mache rectangle to use as the foundation, plus two pieces of chipboard.  Everything had to be covered with the sticky-back canvas.  Our houses had a height limit of 18″ — mine is exactly 18″ — whew!

I decided to make a pagoda and use some of my favorite Hero Arts Asian stamps, plus the woodgrain!  (You know how I love woodgrain, ha!)

Here’s the pagoda hanging at the Ranger Booth — it’s easy to spot with the blue roofs


And here are some pictures that I took at home before I sent it in — never mailed a pagoda before, ha ha!







Gotta go and setup the computers at the booth — but first, where’s the coffee?

26 Replies to “Ranger Designer Challenge!”

  1. that is adorable :) thanks for sharing your updates at CHA!

  2. WOW Lisa….What an incredible little house you created….Looks like you had fun with the challenge!  So Cute…..
    Grab your Coffee and have FUN!

  3. I love your pagoda!  You did a great job on the colors, the stamps, etc.  Too cute!  Have fun!

  4. Super cute pagoda, Lisa! Love all the details.

  5. Love it Lisa!  It’s “almost” like I’m at CHA with your updates.  : )  TFS

  6. This is exquisite!  You are a genius. :)
    Wish I could see all those fab houses in person…WOW!!

  7. Very cute!  I see owls in there too!

  8. Lisa, this is wonderful!!  I love all the details–
    you did an awesome job.

  9. Beautiful color combination Lisa. Your pagoda stands out against all the other houses.

  10. What a cool project you made! And thanks for the peeks of the new sets – what a cute one!

  11. OH my!!! Now what a fun project!  It’s awesome….

    Been loving all the CHA photos!  Thanks so much for sharing… hope you get good coffee over there!

  12. your pogoda is FABULOUS!!!!!!!! i love that your project is so japan-influenced! :)

  13. This is wonderful, Lisa!  Especially like the lawn in front of the house!

  14. Wow!  That is just great stuff!  Thanks for sharing your wonderful work!

  15. What a fantastic take on the challenge. Your pagoda is absolutely adorable!

  16. Lisa…I tagged you on my blog. Hope you can play. Looks like you are having a blast at CHA…can you say JEALOUS!

  17. OH Lisa ! This is wonderful ! Your house is beautiful and I am so glad that you took close-up pictures so that we can see the details!
    :-) Barbara

  18. This is amazing,  Lisa!

  19. This is one awesome pagoda, Lisa!

  20. Oh, so kawaii, Lisa!  The pagoda really stands out and is a wonderful house for the little Asian dolls.  Too clever!

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