I've been making a series of paper gypsy wagons for a commission. Here are a few I finished up this weekend.
They have been great fun to create.
The wheels on these ones are from Gina's Designs and can be found HERE. I coaxed Gina into making them and I ADORE them. If you create small wheeled things they are so useful. They are especially good for use with lightweight and paper projects. I found that some of the wheels I've used on other projects added too much weight. These are damned near perfect.
The little mushrooms here are handmade with Paperclay. The wee flowers, leaves and buds are from AlphaStamps (I usually get the small 1/2" buds).
You can find those Gypsy coins from AS too. The papers are a mish-mash of G45, Marion Smith and Sanctuary Scrapbook Papers (which I'm totally smitten with at the mo').
If you have a question about any other supplies I've used, ask away. I'll have another post with a better supply list soon.
Very pretty and fun!ReplyDelete
These are so cool. How do you make them? Or is that a trade secret? lol You are SO talented:)ReplyDelete
Idea to place book settings in for a public library children's section. I made a wagon as a junior at a university in 1968, and placed characters from a book in the card board wagon. Later I created a circus set of wagons to place carnival and circus books in for children in a classroom. Thanks! Mrs. atkReplyDelete
I absolutely love these and, like smokeysmom, agree that you are so talented!ReplyDelete
I just adore these! I would love to make a whole little line of them for my mantelpiece :)ReplyDelete