Little Red Wagon-Let's Hear It For The Boys
DCC511 ~ Use Your Leftover Supplies & Paper
Skip to my Lou-Made by you Monday
Next I stamped a couple time clocks and spritz them with water to create this mottled watercolor effect. And stamped an old timey car, a log sheet on the right side, and a sentiment too.
To create the harlequin print on the upper left side, I colored with a gray crayon down the side, blended, placed a diamond/harlequin stencil over the colored area, and wiped off the crayon with a baby wipe. This removes the color from the open parts on the stencil and you are left with a unique design. Set aside to dry.
Once image is dry I put a really heavy book over the image panel to flatten it out, as it started to curl up, but doing so added some unexpected wrinkles, which just added more texture. I think looks kinda cool. Don't you? Next adhere the stamped image to the patterned panel.
For the birthday sentiment I cut down a wooden frame sticker because it was too big for this card. And adhered the frame scraps to a birthday sticker to create this unique outpost type sign. Added a couple different twines tied in a bow to finish this card up.
Happy Birthday! ~Kim
Supplies Used: Ranger Tim Holtz Neutral Distress Crayons Pack and Distress Ink-faded jeans; Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Harlequin Stencil and stamp sets: Lifes Possibilies and The Journey; Bazzill white and kraft cardstock; My Minds Eye scrap pattern papers: By the Sea 6x6 Designer Pad; AC Remarks Stickers, Red twine and Blue/white Bakers Twine; and Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal