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Saddle Up Card: Draw your own wagon!

 

Saddle Up Card – draw your own wagon!

I don’t say this often but – I just LOVE this past release from MFT…so many cute sets! This cowboy and cowgirl are no exception! They have a few accessories in the sentiment, and one of them inspired this card – that wagon wheel. It’s so easy to make your own partial wagon – a distressed wooden block indicates that easily, whether it has a flap on the back for a cake, or just shows the wagon itself! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

The bonus card with the little boy has a much simpler wagon – it just has the sentiment stamped on the wagon.

And if you need a hex chart for your pencils….they’re all HERE –or click:

Supplies

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11 thoughts on “Saddle Up Card: Draw your own wagon!

  1. Brilliant work. The know coloured pencil takes she’s but it’s the medium I love the most. I think it’s just so relaxing to do, & watch you do, saving up for the pencil class but I better get the jumpstart Copic one done first. Thanks Sandy.

  2. This is so cute!

  3. Brilliant Sandy, I could watch you all day because you teach me so much as you are busy drawing, colouring or painting. TFS these MFTs images and how to use them on cards. :O) xx

  4. Love these cards! This stamp set is on my wishlist and I can’t wait to get it—especially after watching your video and seeing your beautiful creations! You are so very talented!

  5. Wow this is supercool!! Thanks for using color pencils and totally giving new ideas especially for your CPJS students!! High give!

  6. Great Sandy, I love to watch your colouring. Yes, colouring with pencils takes much longer but is also so relaxing to do.
    I have a QUESTION (again) about your Hex chart. Everyone is talking about 120 Faber Castel Polychromos Pencils but I have 121 pencils. I have a beautiful wooden box with 120 pencils and 1 that I bought separately, Light Violet 9201-139, that isn’t in the box. Can I add this colour in to the Hex chart on the right spot, sorry for asking but I never worked with a Hex Chart and don’t know how it works exactly. But I want to buy yours before I take your pencil class (saving for that class).
    Thanks in advance for your answere.

    1. They added that color after the 120 set came out, and rather than get 1000 emails about how I had a color that doesn’t exist I opted for the five people with that color to have to just work it out….I don’t have it and have no idea where it goes.

      1. Thank you for your answere Sandy, I know not many people have that colour. But I wanted to know if I could place it any where in the Hex chart, if there is space to put it on. Or are all the numbers already written in the chart?
        Maybe I did not write my question well, English is not my native language, I am Dutch.

        1. I didn’t leave a space for it.

          1. Thank you Sandy for again answering my question. I am saving for the Pencil Jumpclass and I want before I do so, buy the Hex Chart. Looking forward to do the class, I am saving hard.

  7. I just love the way you always see farther than the stamp set! Love the wagons, love the very easy way you added hat bands to the hats… changed the cake. Your imagination and creativity keep the spark going for me, as I’m sure they do for most of your subscribers. I can always “hear” the smile in your voice – such a great way to start the day!
    Thanks again for all you do!

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