So we are vacation in Florida, and I've come down here with nearly no crafting supplies. I am in serious crafting withdrawl, especially with a rainy day today. The February issue of Paper Crafters Sampler came out yesterday, and I had to recreate one of the adorable wagons!
I improvised with Whisper White cardstock and lots of Rich Razzleberry sponging. I used what circle punches I had on hand.
And we had to go outside to find a stick for the handle, and the wagon is filled with strips of newspaper. My daughter was in charge of decorating; she recycled saved princess images from Christmas tags. On the back she used a flamingo medallion she made during stamp club with Grandma. You can see she has been practicing paper piercing. I think it looks like the back of a "Just Married" car. I'm not sure what the extra pink tab on the bumper is for.
A bit later we will be making some Valentine's cookies and decorating for our Valentine's party, so a pink and purple wagon was a great way to start! She's been playing with it, pretending it's a hay wagon. Guess it's a nice improvised toy.
Stamps: Valentine Defined; Paper: Whisper White, Chocolate Chip, Pretty in Pink DSP; Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip marker; Circle punches, Scallop Circle punch, Oval punch, Sponge, Brads, Stick.
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