If you didn't happen to see my blog post yesterday, click here to see how I used the leaf canopy die from the limited time Thoughtful Branches bundle to make a very fall looking pumpkin. In an effort to continue to think outside the box with this amazing die/stamp combo, my first thought was a Cinderella coach made with the pumpkin idea. However, every since I saw an actual gypsy caravan a few years ago, I am completely enamored with the beautiful colors and artwork on the wagons. There were 3 of them in a line going down the side of the highway in front of the office I used to work at. So...one thing lead to another. The Cinderalla coach idea transformed in to making what I hope looks like a little gypsy wagon.
I have used various stamps and dies to make this project. Everything is Stampin' Up! except for the tiny bead I used for the door handle. In addition to the Thoughtful Branches bundle, I used dies from Swirly Scribbles thinlits for the wheels. Dies from the lovely Umbrella Weather framelits were used for other various pieces of the wagon. Can you pick them out? I used a small die from the Layering Ovals Framelits to cut the door. I also embossed the door with the Woodgrain textured embossing folder. I had a blast making this project and I hope you have enjoyed it! If you love the Thoughtful Branches bundle as much as I do, please do not delay in making your purchase. These will only be available through August 31 or until they are gone. See info below for how to get free shipping when you order it from me.
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As always, let me know if you have any questions about the project or the products used. Thanks for visiting my blog.