Hi everyone :-)
Wanted to make something that is pretty for a child to look at and came up with a tractor.
Mother Goose from Graphic 45 is so fun and colorful paper to create with and it is inspiring for child`s to play with it with some help from grown ups :-)
Used 2 3x5 matchboxes from Graphic 45 and cut one of the outside shape in 2 to make the top of the tractor. Then I cut out side windows.
The wheels are from the sticker sheet and chipboard cut out and backed on chipboard cut out from Tim Holtz circle dies.
Lot of fun fussy cutting :-)
Mini album in the drawer under the tractor
Seen from the side.
Used Martha Stewart grass punch die around trailer and moss inside.
Seen from the other side.
Love the flying cow :-)
Petaloo flowers around the pipe
Used 2metall buttons for the front light.
Used a soda cap to attach them together with a metal brad.
For the licence plate I used a ornate metal label holder.
Banners from the cardstock cutouts glued on wire.
Also made a litle ooklet that stand behind the tractor top. Made it by folding the stamp strip from the 12 x 12 papers.
Mini album inside the drawer.
Also decorated the inside of the drawer.
The mini album closes with a magnet on a sticker strip with Petaloo flower and leaf on top and measure 4 x 2 1/4.
All the fussy cut outs are covered with Claudine Hellmuth Multi matte and outlined with black Zig pen.
Tag inside each page.
My though for this is to write funny things the child say and do :-)
Place for 2 x 3 pictures inside. All the images are just fastened with repositionale tape so they can be taken out or glue on top of the picture.
Fussy cut some flowers and put them on 3D foam to make some dimantionale.
Some fold out pages to.
Love this little girl :-)
On this side the page can fold up.
Good night :-)
Another fold out page.
Card / photo display.
Used banners from the cardstock cut outs glued on thread and made a flower from the cardstock cut outs.
Fun and easy :-)
Post card can be taken out and under is a hidden tag fastened on an arrow from thee cardstock cut outs.
Inside fold with a stickers corners and chipboard cut out. The middle part can be taken out and there is plase to write a little note inside.
Backside folded out.
Inside the card the short version of the storry can be written or it can be used for photo display.They can turn around with some photos to display.
Cut one of the top in two and cut out windows on each side. Glue on the other outside box with a glue gun to make the top of the tractor.
Mother Goose paper collection, chipboard,cardstock ,stickers and metal staples from Graphic 45, Tim Holtz circle dies,Claudine Hellmuth multi matte, Zig pen, Petaloo flowers,chipboard and magnets
Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,
Have fun creating :-)
WOW!!! That is so cute and clever! <3ReplyDelete
This is wonderful! Luv it... :-)ReplyDelete
Wow Anne.......this is totally fabulous and inspiring. I love it all. TFS and best wishesReplyDelete
Hi from Turkey. I like your projects. This is amazing, love it.ReplyDelete
Wow! This is so darn cute. You have an amazing imagination.ReplyDelete
Oh Anne, this is delightful! My Grandson says so many funny things that I get a good laugh at least once a day, if not more! What a super idea. Love it....great job.ReplyDelete
Wow how gorgeous - will make any little boy or girl happe :o)ReplyDelete
Anne you are a creative genius! This is divine! Hugs Annie xReplyDelete
You are absolutely so very talented Anne, this is a wonderful project!ReplyDelete
Good afternoon Anne,ReplyDelete
Wow! Anne, this is truly an amazing project and you really are one very talented person - an inspiration to all of us who follow your wonderful blog. Thanks for sharing this and hope you enjoy the rest of your day.
Oh Anne it's gorgeous! So much detail. . . love it.ReplyDelete
This collection is one of my top three favorites from G45! I absolutely LOVE what you have done with this collection! A D O R A B L E ! ! ! I am now following your blog so I can see your projects! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Gosh Anne, you are so creative and talented. Truly you are. I am in awe of your detail, your fussy cutting is next to none and your imagination is over the top!! Love everything you do. :)ReplyDelete
Stunning as always Anne! thank you so much for the tutorial. Very inspirational and detailed imagination.ReplyDelete
Stunning project, so much detailed work, congratulationsReplyDelete
So adorable - I can't imagine the hours of work it took to create this!ReplyDelete
Words cannot describe how talented you are. I LOVE all of the fantastic items you make. I love the fact that you share your amazing idea with us. A lot of designers show a project but don't tell how it was made or if they do they copy write it so we can't make it. THANKS a milllon for all your videos you are truly inspiring!!ReplyDelete
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