Happy Autumn! I just love this season and especially the month of October. When it came time to create a project for this theme, Feels Like Fall. I was super excited and still on a roll from my recent 3-D projects. I love creating these objects d' art. I hope they bring as much joy as I experience making them. I chose this project from SVGCuts Enchanted Autumn SVG Kit. You don't have to go this grand, but I hope to inspire you to create an Autumn Project with your Cricut and enter the Bitten By the Bug 2 Feel Like Fall Challenge.
Some of the details, I used a flower button for the door "handle". The lantern came together very easily but next time I will use double sided paper. I tried to chalk the inside but the foil paper had a very glossy back side and didn't take the ink very well. I added a row of orange gems below the door.
In this photo you can see the metallic gem stickers I added to the platform. I don't think I did the platform just right but the wheels covered it. I added orange gems above the door too.
On the ends of the platform, I added flowers. It's hard to see but I used a dark green metallic paper as my accent paper. There were some cuts for covering the platform and some of the edges. Notice the pumpkin in the paper print.
The back side.
The metallic dark green papers is more visible in the close up view of the back side. I also used it on the wheels.
One more angled view.
The opposite end of the platform.
I inserted tea lights inside the carriage. It was really pretty but hard to photograph.
Y'all I just have to say, I was checking out my products I used to compile the list below. This patterned paper is from 2010!!! 10 year old paper that has now been turned into a most beautiful creation. I know my craft room is packed full...but proof I use it up it this project!
SVGCuts Pumpkin Carriage part of the Enchanted Autumn Collection
Storytellers Club Pick of the Patch papers
Cricut glitter paper
velvet paper, colored vellum, foil paper and other misc papers
Flowers, gems, stickers, brads and buttons
I would like to enter this in the following challenges:
http://asyoulikeitchallenge.blogspot.com/2020/10/favourite-non-card-project-and-why.html until 10.21
https://classicdesignchallenge.blogspot.com/2020/10/classic-design-challenge-october.html until 10.29
http://craftyhazelnutspatternedpaper.blogspot.com/2020/10/craftyhazelnuts-pattermed-paper-october.html until 10.31x
https://die-cut-divas.blogspot.com/2020/10/thoughts-of-autumn-fill-air-from-bugaboo.html until 11.2x
Thank you for stopping by and don't forget to play along with the Bitten By the Bug 2 Feel Like Fall Challenge for the next two weeks.
I saw your post on Bitten by the Bug. Your pumpkin carriage is outstanding! Love all the details and it looks amazing with the tealight!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness what a special project!! Bravo!! Thanks for playing along our October challenge at Die Cut Divas.ReplyDelete
Alicia, this is absolutely stunning. There is so much attention to all the details. It looks like this took alot of time and care. Love it!ReplyDelete
Oh My Word! Your pumpkin carriage is wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Die Cut Divas :)ReplyDelete
May goodness, this is a work of art. So many beautiful details, LOVE IT! Thanks so much for sharing with us at As You Like It Challenge!ReplyDelete
Youre project is so beautiful. Thanks for joining us at the Fairy and the unicorn Challenge.ReplyDelete
Hugs Ilonka DT
Oh my goodness, WOW, Time and effort certainly paid off here. It's a gorgeous project. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas for our Autumn challenge.ReplyDelete
Wow!! This is so pretty! I love all the extra details you added, especially those pretty flowers.ReplyDelete
Wow Alicia! So, so many great details on this project. I think the 3D projects are so addicting and you have certainly taken it to the next level.ReplyDelete
This is fabulous! I love it and I love how it looks with the tea light. So cool!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! This project is incredible! I love your attention to detail. Thanks for joining us at DieCut Divas.ReplyDelete
Just WOW!!!!! Next level amazing! It looks magical with the tealight. You are so crazy talented!!!! Love that you found such a beautiful use for the 2010 paper! I too have lots of paper and love finding the perfect paper for a given project.ReplyDelete
Two words come to mind: amazing and spectacular. That coach is perfect for fall decorations. You could even make one for a Cinderella birthday. You outdid yourself this week, I love your decor. Happy fallReplyDelete
Beautifully done, this is superb! Thank you so much for joining in with the AYLI challenge. Your make for our non-card project is great. Hope to see you again soon. Hugs, Squirrel xReplyDelete
This is amazing. A real masterpiece. Love itReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Craftyhazelnuts patterned paper challenge blog.
Catherine x DT