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Sometimes Craft Product Bring on Happy Memories & Inspire You! Working With The Market Cart Builder Die From Honey Bee Stamps.

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With so many beautiful releases this month, I found it hard to choose which on to showcase for you. But this little cart made me smile as my brother used to own a cart very similar. As a child I would sometimes go with him as he rang his bell and walked his round selling his flowers. So this Die and Stencil, combination is a perfect to send to him to tell him what an awesome big brother he is. My Best Friend.


Market Cart Builder Die ( Honey  Bee Stamps)

Market Cart Builder Stencil ( Honey Bee Stamps) 

Crafty Stamps ( Honey Bee Stamps) 

Medium Or Mini Cloud Stencil (MFT

Grassy Edges Slimline Stencil (MFT)

Cardstock In

 Guava, Cilantro, Noble Fir ( Lawn Fawn)

Wild Dandelion and Slate ( Gina K)

Sea Glass and Kraft ( Concord & 9th)

Dye Ink's In

Red Hot, Sweet Mango, Jelly Bean Green, ( Gina K)

Sea Glass ( Concord & 9th)

 Unicorn White Pigment Ink ( Hero Arts) 

Detailed Blending Brushes ( Altenew)

Distress Oxides (Ranger) In

Salvaged Patina, Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn

Sparkle Pen (Spectrum Noir)

Fine Hemp Cord 

Eyelet coloured with Calming Aqua Crystal Drops (Nuvo)

White Gelly Roll Pen (Sakura)

Card Stock Cut To 5 1/2" x 5 1/2 " (Neenah 80lb)

6 x 6 Inch Card Blank

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First, I die cut the cart.

Then I choose my cardstock and die cut all the elements.

Using the stencil I added colour to your cardstock. I used the detailed blending brushes. Firstly Sea Glass ink on the Sea Glass cardstock I had used. Then moving the stencil, as it has two different strips I then added the white pigment ink.

Then attach to your card, I use acrylic blocks to hold in place why it dries.


I Carry on adding the elements.


When adding the wheel I used an eyelet and coloured with Nuvo drops. This way the wheel still rotates.



I continued to add all the other elements, and the flowers I blended them, with die inks for contrast ( I seemed to have lost this photo)


 On a piece of white cardstock cut to 5 1/2" x 5 1/2", I blending my oxides with stencils to create the background..
Next I added mounting tape to the back of my cart.
This was then added to my background.


Finally I mounted the whole thing to my card blank.

I made this little sentiment using the sentiment stamps and twine. Also I made little stiches around the sides of the cart. 

I hope you enjoyed this weeks blog post with me, next week is more die cutting fun from Honey Bee Stamps.

Happy Paper Crafting



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