Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Thickers and Stickers and LRW, Oh My!


Welcome back to another week at Little Red Wagon! It's time for challenge #299.   This week the spotlight is on Janice, and she wants to see what we can do with Thickers or Stickers.

OK, so who's been doing this long enough to remember the Crop In Style Paper Sticker Binder?  I pulled my down, dusted it off and chose this little dino sticker from ProvoCraft...are they even still around?  Talk about a walk down Memory Lane!  I dusted his sticky back with some cornstarch and popped him up on this little birthday card.


I used this sketch as a starting point.


Thank you for stopping by.  Be sure to stop in an see what the LRW Girlfriends have come up with, you are sure to be inspired.  All the links are on the side bar, or head on over to the blog here.  Can't wait to see what you create!

Aloha,
Brenda

Supplies:
Image:  ProvoCraft Dinosaur Sticker
Sentiment:  Altenew Birthday Wisher
Ink:  VersaFine Onyx Black
Paper:  DCWV All Boy Stack, Neenah kraft cardstock
Accessories:  SU! Banner punch

9 comments:

  1. That dinosaur has to be one of the cutest ever. What a lovely mix of papers and colours <3 such a great take on the sketch

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  2. This is so super cute!! I love the layout, the stitching, the papers and that sweet banner. Love it!

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  3. This is a great card! love the little Dino!

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  4. Amazing card Brenda!!! :) LOVE your coloured Dino and the stitching!!! :)

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  5. What a great card. I love all the litle details....stitching, the banner, and that dinosaur is adorable. Great job.

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  6. What a great card. I love all the litle details....stitching, the banner, and that dinosaur is adorable. Great job.

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  7. Your card is just too adorable! Isn't it amazing what we can do with "old" product? Well done!
    Joanne xo

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  8. This is just totally put together and perfect! You have a knack for finding just the right papers, love that image!

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