Sunday, March 11, 2018

Little Red Wagon & Sketch N Scrap - Challenge Combination

Hello all - here is a quick card 
I created for the Little Red Wagon Challenge - 
this week the challenge is to use Speech Bubbles,
with the Sketch form Sketch N Scrap

You can visit them here to play along 

I also need to make a thank you card 
( I have some made but ....) for a crafty friend.

I mixed the two together with my new stamp set Hog Heraven.

Here is what I used for my card:
MFT Hog Heaven & Lawn Fawn Love Letters

Image result for MFT Hog Heaven Image result for Lawn Fawn love letters

And for paper I used all scraps and inked the sky & grass
with distress inks Peacock Feather &  Mowed Grass.

 I fussy cut right on the line - I didn't buy the dies yet.

The Skrtch had a very buys background so I thought I would use up 
some busy scraps - with pink to match the pig.

 As always I love to pop everything up.
I like to use different brands of pop dots as they all have different heights,
I love that!  it gives the card more dimension - 
which you cant always see in photos.

After I loaded photos I went back with a Sharpie fine red marker
and wrote MEANS above the sentiment.

I thought this made that card that much cuter!

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. This is so adorable!! He's too cute!! I love the fun scene you've created!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. Very sweet scene and the clouds are amazing ! Great take also with our "Speech Bubble Theme" at Little Red Wagon. Thanks for joining us !


  3. This is so adorable!! Great job with the sketch! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

  4. Great job on the fussy cutting. Love the card. Hope you can get the dies soon. Thank you for entering your creation at Sketch N Scrap.
    Sharon Fontenot -

  5. Cute card and a cool take on the sketch :) Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap.

  6. Oh my goodness - this card is super cute! Love it! Thanks for sharing with us at Sketch N Scrap!


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