Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Challenge # 347 - Kraft-Tastic!

Happy Wednesday, all!  We've got an easy challenge for you this week.....we want to see projects using kraft paper.  And remember, it doesn't have to be a card....any papercraft is good!

This is what I did.....


as you can see I stamped both my image and sentiment on kraft paper.

If you'd like more inspiration be sure to check out the wonderful projects the Girlfriends have created. Then, head back here and link up.

Can't wait to see what you create!



Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Challenge #346 Top Picks

Thanks to all of you who shared your vacation cards with us this week.  There were some great makes.  Here are a couple that I really enjoyed:


Desire Fourie:

Helen: 


Ladies, please grab your top pick badge for your blog.  A new challenge starts tomorrow.  You won't want to miss it.

Heather

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Challenge #346 ~ Off We Go!

Hello there.  Welcome to a new challenge at Little Red Wagon.  It's Heather and I am your hostess this week.  My theme for you is "OFF WE GO".  I have vacation on my mind (not that I am taking one but it is the season for them) and want to see cards and projects that contain a vacation theme of some kind.

As some of you may know, my grand children live across the country from me and are much too small to be coming to visit on their own yet but I couldn't help but colour up this cute little image on her way to Grandma's for vacation.  I can only dream about it at the moment....


So grab a cup of your favourite beverage, check out what all the other girlfriends have made, leave us some love so we know you visited and come back and link up a vacation themed project of your own. Looking forward to visiting and commenting on what you do.  I will be back next Tuesday with my top picks.

Have a great day.

Hugs, Heather



Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Challenge #345 Top Picks

Thank you to all those who participated in this past week's Tag, You're It Challenge. You are all so talented, I enjoyed all of your creations!  Please come back and join us again for next week's challenge!


Here are my top picks.  Congratulations to Carol L, Kathryn at KTC, and Georgiana! Great job ladies! Please remember to grab your badge from the side bar!








Just a little side note - my daughter had her baby!  We welcomed Olivia Harper into the world on Saturday!  She's beautiful! 



Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Challenge #345 -Tag, You're It!




Hi Little Red Wagon Friends!


Sandy here, and I have the privilege of hosting this week's challenge.  For this challenge theme I have chosen, "Tag, You're It!" I want you to use a tag on your project. 


Here is the card I created for my daughter.  She wants to give it along with a goodie basket to the nurses & staff at the hospital when they have their new baby girl due next week! 




I'll be back next Tuesday to make my top picks!  I can't wait to see what you create.  Check out the LRW girlfriends blogs and leave them a comment - we all need a little love!






Challenge #344 - Top Picks

Thanks so much to all of you who played along in our "Fit It In" (inlaid die cuts) challenge! I enjoyed popping by to see your creations and get more details. I always have a difficult time picking favourites, but I really liked the following cards:









Congratulations, ladies!! Please remember to grab your badge from the right sidebar!

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Challenge #344 - Fit It In!

Hello friends! Welcome to a new challenge here at Little Red Wagon. This week, it is my first time as a Girlfriend to have the pleasure of choosing the challenge and I selected the theme "Fit It In!" - use an inlaid die cut on your project. You are free to use any sort of die that you'd like, but you then need to cut another of the same shape to puzzle piece into the negative space. I hope that makes sense! Perhaps it will after you see my project below.


I used two different sized fishtail dies to create my card. Using black cardstock, I used both the large and the small dies, with the smaller die nested inside the larger one. I then put aside the small piece and kept the large black frame. I then used the small die again, but this time cut out a piece of watercolour paper. Once I had stamped the watercolour paper, I fit it into the black frame so the two die cuts lie flat together. I then adhered things on my cardbase and popped on a little sentiment.

We can't wait to see your inlaid die cut creations and I will be visiting each of you who links up below.  Next Tuesday evening, I'll be back to post my favourites! Be sure to visit the rest of the Girlfriends to see what they've created too!