I CAN Drive a Stick

Wednesday, October 25, 2023
Boo! With just under a week until Halloween, our wonderful Chrissy has chosen the theme "Trick or Treat/Halloween" for this week's Little Red Wagon challenge.

I pulled out some oldies but goodies and had such fun making my Halloween card. The sentiment is from My Craft Spot, the witch from Your Next Stamp, and the spooky fence was made from a Martha Stewart border punch. I used a number of different distress inks to blend my background, masking a full moon after the first layer of yellow. 

Please head over to Little Red Wagon to see the rest of the Halloween creations - cards, scrapbook pages, home decor, etc. We'd love to see what you make! 


Wednesday, October 18, 2023
It's the lovely Imke's turn to host at Little Red Wagon and she's letting us choose between using patterned paper or no patterned paper. How easy is that to join the fun?!

I went with no patterned paper, opting instead to create a background with a heat-embossed mandala with distress oxide smooshing all about. The sentiment was cut from a word die from My Craft Spot. Well, it was from multiple cuts then all glued together. I finished things off with a few little "droplet" gems. 

Please head to Little Red Wagon to see what the rest of the Girlfriends created - and then link up your own paper project using patterned paper or not. 

Hippo Birdie to YOU

Wednesday, October 11, 2023
I'm hosting this week's Little Red Wagon challenge and, continuing my Queen-inspired challenges in 2023, I've selected "Who Wants to Live Forever" - birthday theme!

I used products from a variety of companies on my creation - frame is from Your Next Stamp, the YOU dies from My Favorite Things, the stamps and Hippo Birdie to sentiment from Lawn Fawn and sequins from My Craft Spot. 

Please head over to Little Red Wagon to check out the other Girlfriends' wonderful creations - and then link up a project of your own. We all celebrate birthdays!

Thanks So Much

Wednesday, October 4, 2023

The lovely Brenda is hosting our weekly Little Red Wagon challenge. Brenda lives in Hawaii which, while absolutely beautiful, does not really have the array of fall colours that some other climates enjoy. Perhaps this is why she is asking us to create with fall colours this week. 

I needed a set of thank you cards so pulled out some products from My Craft Spot (no longer in business). The fall border and coordinating dies was used to cut out leaves and acorns after smooshing fall colours onto watercolour cardstock. I then used some My Craft Spot sentiments and used another My Craft Spot die for the "torn" edges. I finished things off with some splatters - which seems to be my new favourite hobby!! 

Please head over to Little Red Wagon to see the rest of the fall colour paper projects created by the fabulous design team. We'd love to have you join the fun too! 

Former Design Team Member at My Craft Spot (2011-2015)
My Craft Spot

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