Hi friends! Well today is the Spellbinders Designers’ Blog Hop and I am happy to have you join me here. If you are new to my blog, welcome! I am going to be completely honest and tell you I embrace all styles of art. I love it all. Today I’ll be showing you some variations of one of my dies from my latest collection “My Little Red Wagon” by Spellbinders. Later in the week I might be dabbling in mixed media, party planning, watercoloring or pictures from my junkin escapades. Anyway, back to the blog hop. I have to say that I am so fortunate to work with some AMAZING artists and licensed designers at Spellbinders. They are good people, have creative minds, are very kind and I count myself fortunate to work with and alongside them. You will definitely want to click on their link and see what their favorite die is in their collection. (See link at bottom of this post.)
I was asked to pick my favorite die from my latest collection and though I have a few that are at the top, there was a tie between the wagon and the elephant. I thought of a billion, well not a billion, maybe a few hundred, ok, just eight ideas of different ways to change the wagon up, so that made the decision for me. I’m certain I will have the elephant in the spotlight again but if you want to see him, you can take a peek here. So back to my story. I called this “The Roundup” because that is pretty much what a wagon train does. I’ve lined up each and every one and I would love to hear which wagon is your favorite. So without further delay…
Riding in coach…aka Shabby Chic
The Flower Cart. Embellishment dies by the amazing Becca Feeken . (I really do get by with a little help from my friends!)
The Covered Wagon-Western Theme…
Grunged Up and No Place to Go…
Fourth of July Celebration…
It’s a Wrap…Remember it’s a box too!
So there are your eight styles. Which one would you make? Which one did you pic as your fav? Got an idea in your head? Would love to see your project.
I hope you enjoyed your stop here and that you’ll return. Remember to enter to win Spellbinder’s prize package. Click here to find out all about it!
Sharyn Sowell is next on the list. She’s always got something creative up her sleeve. Check it all out here…
Oh, and remember to take a look at our participating designers favorites from each blog hop and leave a comment.
And as always, feel free to go here… Spellbinders Paper Arts