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Chariot Shaped Card Tutorial and Beckie's Blog Hop

Shaped Card Tutorial
Chariot Shaped Card
This card is specially made for my friend Beckie's Blog Hop.I have a "princess obsessed" 6year old little girl at home and this card was entirely inspired  by her and I would say even designed by her!
Chariot shaped box
The picture shows my little one's chariot "design" and the chariot shaped box we made according to her design!
Chariot shaped box
She twirled paper strips on her fingers and added one of my quilled teardrops to make a topper for her chariot!I was stunned how she managed to make the final 3 D paper craft resemble her original design!!
Chariot shaped box
I wanted to make a more sophisticated version of my daughter's chariot shaped box for my friend Beckie's blogversary hop but life and work got in the way and with just hours to her hop going live, I had to whip up this simpler version of a chariot shaped card.
Chariot Shaped Card tutorial
Making this card was so simple I cant believe I had the basic framework in minutes!
Chariot shaped card tutorial
  • Cut 2 large circles for the body of the chariot
  • Cut 4 small circles for the wheels. If you want it even simpler just use 2 wheels either on the front or back of the chariot card.
  • Optional step: cut a window on one of the large circles
  • Cut off a small potion from the top of the circle which will be the back of your chariot card .This helps your chariot shaped card to open and close perfectly.
    Chariot Shaped Card tutorial
  • Adhere a small piece of folded card [need not be a circle] on it as shown in the picture of the shaped card tutorial
  • Apply glue on the top leaf of your folded card piece and adhere the front circle of your chariot shaped card.
Chariot Shaped Card tutorial
  •  Glue on the wheels where ever you fancy.
Chariot Shaped Card tutorial
  • To help align the 2 sets of wheels first stick one set on the front of the chariot and use this as a guide to stick the other set to your chariot shaped card.
Chariot Shaped Card
Your basic card is done.Now you can keep it simple or embellish it to your hearts content!
I  punched out a flower to add a design to the wheel and created a topper and curtains using the heart punch.Used photo paper to make some punchcraft flowers.
Chariot Shaped Card
Stamped a Happy Birthday Princess [Princess stamp gifted by my dear friend Priya Sivaraj] on the back of the chariot shaped card.
Chariot Shaped Card
This is the inside of  the chariot shaped card.
Chariot Shaped Card
To make it even more girly, I made a bow using organza ribbon and added it to one of the wheels of my chariot.
Chariot Shaped Card
My little critique was not too pleased with my adaptation of her chariot design and said I used the wrong embossing design [she is more familiar than me with all our embossing folders] and also accused me with a " you copied me"!! Ha Ha I had to take her to my draft post and show her I was giving her credit!! [My God are all 6 year olds like this !!!]
Do join me in celebrating my dear special blogger friend Beckie's Blogversary  with a hop.Beckie is an extremely talented friend who is so supportive...I am so lucky to have a friend such as you in Blog Land Beckie.
To help Beckie I will give one random Hopper some gifts[ shall update pics soon--had surgery and busy clinic so couldnt take a photo] .
To be eligible to win my candy you need to be both My and Beckie's follower [after all this hop is for Beckie!!!].I will announce winner on Monday Sept 10th[edited:I will announce winner after Beckie does!]
Supplies[Itsy Bitsy :Big shot,Nesting dies,embossing folder,pearlised paper,flower punch.]
Edited: This card came top 3 at BGC and got the Ooo La La award at My Sheri Craftsand was featured at Itsy Bitsy

128 comments:

  1. its amazing project doc.white chariot is dream of every girl.always love your creation.how do you cut this bic large scallop circle .having fun in this hop.
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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    1. Megha you can use a die or stencil to make a scallop circle.Actually if I were to make this again I wouldnt make it with scallop circles but plain circles as the "princess" expert opines a circle is better for chariots and I think what she says is true!

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  2. yaa doc. your princess is absolutely right.thanks for giving idea to me and thanks to your daughter also.i always talk to my hubby how talented your daughter is""nanhi si jaan kammal karti hai,bade hoker kya karegi""........i am already your follower,i started following beckie also ,wish to win your awesome candy.........hehehe i know it will be awesome.thanks for chance
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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    1. Thank You Megha ..I also wonder what she will become as she is quite artistic and creative!

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  3. wow Dr sonia.. Its such a pretty card...and what a talented daughter you have! Give her a hug on my behalf :) and the white on white is amazingly beautifu...i love it...

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  4. Fantastic card and Thanks for tutorial Dr Sonia:)
    Happy blogaversary to Beckie:)
    Thanks for blog hop:)
    Hugs,
    Sonia

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  5. HAHAHA! Yes, unfortunately and fortunately both, most daughters are like this. If you visit my post immediately before the HAPPY DAY card I posted for Beckie, you'll see that I was crafting the day before with my 27-year old daughter, and needed to give her credit for the card that I ultimately finished for her. LOL, and she's quite the critic too! Your adaptation in white-on-white is stunning, and you may tell your daughter that I think the embossing folder you picked is simply stunning.

    It is nice hopping with you!

    Fondly,
    Ellen ♥ CardMonkey
    http://cardmonkeyspaperjungle.com
    E-mail: cardmonkey@comcast.net

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  6. Wow, both chariot cards are gorgeous, Sonia!! Your daughter's does look exactly like the picture she drew!! And your white-on-white is simply stunning!! I can't believe how easy your tutorial makes it look...the design is spectacular!! And haha - your daughter accusing you of copying her :) Fabulous as always my friend!! So happy to be hopping with you today :)

    Hugs, Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  7. Another fabulous make, Sonia - soooo pretty!

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  8. What a gorgeous project!!! Love the all white and beautiful design! You are so super talented!!
    TFS
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com

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  9. Omgosh, Dr Sonia its beyond fantastic! !!! I love, love, love it!!!! WOW! Thanks so much for being an awesome, fabulous friend. Its so wonderful to have u as a blogging buddy and hop mate.

    And yes.... all 6 year old girls are like that haha!

    Big hugs !!

    Be blessed, Beckie

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  10. preety work dear nice colour

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  11. Wow!! this is STUNNING!!! Absolutely beautiful!!! I love it! Thanks so much for the tutorial too!! Amazing!! And your daughter.. well WOW!!! She is an artist! I love her drawn version.. and then you guys making it into that beautiful 3D version.. Just awesome!!!

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  12. Nice chariot box and card, you must be so proud of your little designer. such a sweet girl. Love the touch of bow. so generous of you to offer a candy in the bloghop, thanks for the chance.

    thanks
    kavitha
    www.snapkavi.blogspot.com

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  13. wOOWWWWW!!!!
    VERY PRETTY AND GORGEOUS.
    HUGS AND LOVE TO YOUR LITTLE PRINCESS ...

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  14. What a pretty chariot, love all the detailing to it... and your daughter is just creative as can be too.... The embossing looks fabulous on it.
    TFS Sonia - will check the rest of the hop now!
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  15. This card is definetly fit for a princess! So adorable!

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  16. Firstly white on white is my fav so I flipped for this the moment i saw white on white.prisha is truly gifted.To design a card and that too like this at her age is exceptional.Encourage her ...she will go places.I loved the entire concept and the way you executed it.absolutely adorable card for a little girl

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  17. oh wow just fantastic! What a talented little girl~ keep that talent flowing and help her share her gift always!

    God bless~!

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  18. This is BEAUTIFUL! What a fantastic card and to use your daughters creation is fab. I love how Everything is white on white.

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  19. Your card is so very lovely. I think it would make a beautiful card for a wedding or as bridal shower as well!

    I follow both you and Beckie via GFC: allibrary.

    Thanks for the giveaways!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  20. Hey,

    You come up with the most innovative and creative cards, its amazing!!!!

    Great work!!!

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  21. Such a great idea!! Love everything and think I may scraplift this!! So perfect for the real girly girl to thrill her!!! TFS!!

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  22. Wow,I am more and more amazed with those creations !They're sweet and perfect!
    love you both(mother and daughter)
    xoxo

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  23. Stunning work inspired by her drawing. It turned out beautiful. New follower here and on Becky's blog. Cheers!

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  24. Very pretty and unique shaped card..like the use of dies..Dr. your little one is super creative and would like to see her blogging when she grows up !!

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  25. Lovely card Doc!!! Your daughter is so creative !!! Wonderful imagination!!! The first creative something I saw of hers wad that red foam rose months months back!!! And now this!!! Wow!! Hats off to both of you!!

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  26. Another gorgeous project :)

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  27. very unique shaped card ! very beautifully embellished also...

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  28. Gorgeous carriage.Love the embossing and all the flowers.Adore your little ones carriage.So creative.

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  29. Sonia
    What a fabulous project!!!! Your little princess does amazing work just like mommie.
    Certainly made me smile because it has been a very long time since I dealt with a 6 year old. Love it.
    Myrna

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  30. I am a new follower here and have been at Beckie's and Absoultly Adore your card!! It is super Fantastic!! That is funny that your 6 year old is so up on all the embossing folders! Spectacular Job on both you and your Daughters Work of art!! TFS!!

    ilovetonkinese2 at hotmail dot com
    http://ibecircled.blogspot.com
    Rexann♥

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  31. WoW!What a wonderful and Fun project!!Love it!New Follower!!Awesome!!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Oh!Feel better....
    Migdalia

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  32. Your daughter's carriage is adorable--what a creative 6-year old you have! I love the encouragement you give her!
    Your card is awesome! So beautifully done--with all the embossing and bits and pieces to it! I love, love, love it! :^)
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  33. Oh, WOW that's a stunningly shaped card. I absolutely love it/adore it. It so elegant as well. It is amazing what a few punches and dies can make with a bit of an imagination.
    Michaela xx

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  34. Oh My Goodness - this is stunning. What a fabulous tutorial, thanks for sharing:-) New follower:-) TFS

    http://karonskraftykorner.blogspot.ca/

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  35. Gorgeous cards! Love the chariot shape! Your daughter does amazing work! Your white on white is stunning-love the embossing and all your pretty details! Thanks for sharing with us at My Sheri Crafts!
    Glenda

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  36. My dear, this is so lovely. I did a lot of oohs and aahs during the post, but have to say, I am chuckling a bit from the ending...LOL. If this is what you whip up quickly, I know you would have me knocked off of my feet if you had a week to think it all up. This is absolutely lovely. Great embossing and so clever to use the heart punches as curtains inside the chariot. Your work :ROCKS: sweet Blend. So happy to be hopping with you for sweet Beckie!
    :O)
    Jessica S

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  37. hello Sonia - what an amazing card, wonderful idea - such a brilliant card for a little girl.
    Hugs
    Suzie xx

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  38. wow this is perfect for any princess... young or old...
    i love the all white card
    Sorry i haven't been around much - but hopefully normal service is now resumed lol
    Lisa x

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  39. So very clever, especially since this was a quick put together card for you. Great shape.

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  40. The carriage card is wonderful. Like all shaped cards. The embellishing is bee-utiful. I give my Daughter lots of credit as you do also to your daughter and they are remarkable.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  41. Sonia this is a beautiful beautiful carriage and great tutorial!! It would make a lovely wedding card :) So wonderful to encourage your daughter in her creativeness!

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  42. gorgeous carriage, love that you were inspired by your daughters, she did awesome to on hers!!!!
    Paula

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  43. What a lovely Princess' carriage! I am sure it will be greatly admired :)

    Sheri R

    sherii at cfl dot rr dot com

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  44. It's great to visit your blog I leave inspired with their beautiful works!
    Hugs!

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  45. Oh my, what a wonderful card! I love it!!!!
    I have been absent for quite a while and will be looking around to check out all your wonderful work!
    I am loving being back :-) Hugs, antonella :-)

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  46. OMG! How gorgous is thi card. Just love it and just became a suscriber of your email. Want to try it.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net
    Loving Scrapper 101

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  47. Forgot to let yo know I am already a follower of Beckie too.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  48. Wow! Love your daughter's project that you used for inspiration! Gorgeous project!

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  49. Hello my friend Sonia
    Amazing Creation!~.. You daughter and you are very creative. GREAT JOB!~
    -Sony
    sonia-studio60.blogspot.com

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  50. Wow, that is so creative! Bet it was quite a hit!
    I am a follower here and on Beckie's blog also. Happy 1 year blogaversary to her!
    DeniseB

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  51. What a GORGEOUS card:) I love the white on white!! Beautiful job!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  52. So beautiful!!

    Veronica ( new follower)
    mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com
    mommyscraftycreations at gmail dot com

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  53. Hi, I am a new follower. Gorgeous card.

    Tina
    aurathentic@gmail.com

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    1. Thank You Tina I dropped by your blog to visit but no posts up yet...waiting to see your creations!

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  54. Your card is so beautiful....will be scrap lifting this for sure....and I think all children are a lot smarter than we were at their age....my granddaughter would have said the same thing....just to funny....love it....thank you so much for sharing....love it....

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  55. Such an elegant card! I see where your daughter's get their creativity! It is just so gorgeous!!

    jvilla95ar at gmail.com

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  56. Hi Dr Sonia,
    this creation really gorgeous and thank you for sharing the tutorial :)
    thanks for playing with us at BGC :)

    hugs,
    melissa
    vibrina.blogspot.com

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  57. Omg this is just fabulous Dr sonia i love your take on this time's BGC white on white its so beautiful and unique!!The chariot shaped card looks so gorgeous!! love it!!

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  58. Fantastic fold and card Sonia, gorgeous white on white creation and all thanks to your young daughter [6 going on 16]..and yes they can all be like that...fantastic.[both projects]

    luv CHRISSYxx

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  59. A follower... GORGEOUS card!!! Love it :))
    rrandrr@insightbb.com

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  60. WOW!!! This is stunning Sonia. I definately have to case this card..Loz

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  61. Wow! Your daughter is very artistic, it's wonderful that you passed that down to her.

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  62. Wowzers!!! This is amazing!!! Your daughter is so creative for being 6! Absolutely stunning job Sonia, so unique, thank you for the tutorial!

    I didn't post today(just to save you time) hehe

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  63. It's like a tiny fairy tale. You and your kiddo are quite the team!

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  64. Oh wow !!! doc ! gorjusss white card ! lovee ur creativity with this one :)
    thanks for sharing @ BGC !

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  65. Absoloutely gorgeous Sonia, you're very clever. I've been looking through your blog and just love your work and now I'm a follower! thanks for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop Challenges.
    xx

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  66. Such a beautiful chariot. Both yours and your daughters. Thankyou u for the simple tutorial. You are amazing. Hugs Mrs A.

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  67. Beautiful creation, so pretty. thanks for joining us over at the Sarah Hurley Challenge blog this month, Carol xx

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  68. Absolutely stunning! Such creativity! I am a new follower and cannot wait to see more wonderful designs! TFS!

    mb6464@hotmail.com
    marciasmemories.blogspot.com

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  69. Super fantastic card as usual!! and love how u used the stamp!!.. And tell Prisha that I loved her bug waterfall card...I would have loved to receive it, I had been her teacher!!How so thoughtful of her :))!!!

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  70. WOW this card is beautiful. Would brighten the day of any little girl.

    Nana
    ♥ My Crafting Channel ♥
    Email Me

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  71. Lovely !!! Both of you mother and daughter are soo talented!!!

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  72. Lovely!! Both of your and your daughter's work are fanatastic!!! Talented family!!!

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  73. WOW -- this is utterly A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!! Both you and your DD's princess' carriages are!!! I will have to keep this in mind in case I have a GrandPrincess in my life one day?! Thanks so much for sharing with us @ My Sheri Crafts biweekly challenge!!!

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  74. Oh my goodness Dr Sonia!!! How have I not found your blog before now!??! Your card is simply STUNNING. There's not enough time to list off everything I love about it!! I can't wait to finish the blog hop now so I can go peek at all your other work. I am absolutely, fanatically a new follower!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  75. what a beautiful fairytale carriage!
    Greetings Baukje

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  76. wow....dream card for any lil gurl...all 6 yrs old r like dat as m also blessed with one and she is no diffrent dear! i loved ur blog! hugs!
    shivani
    www.magickrafts.com

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  77. Oh, Sonia!!! I ADORE this card!!! Beautiful!!!

    Not being a great cardmaker, this is something even I can do!!! Thank you so much for the tutorial on this great card -- you're a gem!!!

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  78. This is so cool, Sonia. Your design is much more elegant, but I must say that I love your daughter's design with the little doll inside. :)
    Blessing hugs,
    Teresa

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  79. P.S. - Thought I should mention that I am participating in the blog hop. You know I am a follower and a big fan of yours. :)

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  80. I love your art and your daughter's too! Tell her for me she is an artist in the making. We have a saying, "Like mother, like daughter". You both love and create because of it!!! TFS, Sonia!

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  81. I love both projects. Thanks for all the details. I have a 9 y.o. who is just as obosessed. I'm pinning this one. TFS and participating in this hop.

    Scrappy hugs,
    Christel
    Scrappin’ Sista Designs
    http://pinterest.com/scrappinsista

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  82. Oh how lovely and perfectly suited for a princess. Matches the drawing so well too. Love all the lacy edges and frills.

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  83. Aww so cute. you are sucha good mumma..who has all the paitence to go through the pink princess phase :)
    i love the chariot

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  84. Wow this is amazing! I love the embossing and you got great inspiration! TFS AJ and I'm new follower of your blog.

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  85. THIS IS STUNNING!!! Definitely going to have to give this a go!! Hooray for the wonderful imagination of 6 year olds and the creative genius of their mothers! Thank you for sharing this - came over from MIM!
    Nat -x-

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  86. wow wonderful card. like the shape and actually everything.white on white is awesome.

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  87. Your little princess is very talented and following right in her mother's footsteps. Two awesome chariots. I had a laugh about her taking you to task on your work. Kids are the greatest!

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  88. Prisha is as creative as her mother. I love her design every thing included in her design perfect chariot for a little princess.

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  89. Oh my goodness! So I'm seriously going to have to copy this because my seven year old would LOVE it! This is just awesome!
    Thank you so much for joining us at MIM this week! Don't forget to leave a comment for another entry and mention you saw them on MIM for a chance at our second prize! Good luck,
    Rene ;D

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  90. Sonia, wanted to know if you knew how to get to Picassa that blogger uses for the storage of photos? I want to delete a photo. I can delete the photo from my blog post but it is still in Picassa and do not know how to get there to perform the photo delete.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Melissa try this link:https://picasaweb.google.com/home

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  91. Sonia, I figured out how to get to Picasa site:
    http://picasaweb.google.com
    and then you enter your blogger username & password.
    It displays your blogger photo albums. One is for profile photos. I had 3 albums. The award thingies I was putting on my sidebar was taking up space
    and so I deleted them from blog sidebar & from Picasa. You click to open the album, then click on organize and then click on photo(s) using ctrl key to highlight the ones you want to delete and then click on delete. Was amazed that it had duplicated some photos that I only have 1 copy in my blog. Did some cleanup.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Yes Melissa I keep on cleaning up my picasa albums as sidebar photos,old blog hop photos and obsolete photos all take up space!

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  92. I'm here again^_^
    Thanks for joining us at Heck of a Challenge this month and good luck.
    DT Sonia
    http://passionidicarta-sonia.blogspot.it/

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  93. Wow, this is beautiful. I saw it on MIM.

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  94. Wow! Amazing project! You are so talented and creative! Thank you for sharing!
    Thank you for joining us at Heck of a Challenge and Good Luck!
    Hugs Lady E

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  95. gorgeous project sonia..thank u for the tutorial..

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  96. Beautiful card Sonia, and loved the white on white. Your little one has got mummy's creative genes must say, she has such clear cut design ideas already. Very nice step by step tutorial.

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    1. Thank You so much Vandana you are so kind

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  97. Oh!!! Wow... That is such a cute card.. :-) :-) loved the carriot... I have a 5 yr neice and i would love to make her something like this... :-)


    http://meruslife.blogspot.in/

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  98. Ok.. this did not show up on ym dashboard... This is gorgeous.. Love the white on white look Doc... Superb

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  99. Wow had no idea you could do so much with scallop circles! So innovative and girly. Love the creation Sonia! And thanks so much for entering our challenge. Happy crafting.
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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  100. Glad to see this as part of our Embossing Challenge at Unstampabelles. :-)

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  101. such a lovely princess carriage ;-) Thanks for joining in our Embossing Challenge at UnstampaBelles.

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  102. wow this is lovely, your daughter is as creative as you! Love the way you used punched hearts for curtain in the window!

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  103. oh this is lovely Sonia...magical!!
    hugs

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  104. oh this is so lovely Sonia...magical!
    hugs

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  105. Yes Sonia, all six year olds are like that is some way or other! So cool! Yours is destined to be an engineer! Fabulous design (both of you) and the final products are so pretty. Love them Thanks for joining in the fun at Unstampabelles embossing challenge this month.

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  106. wow what a lovely project! your entire blog is full of creativity. thanks for the tutorial:)

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  107. wow what a pretty carriage! your entire blog is full of creativity. thanks for sharing the tutorial :)

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  108. It's gorgeous,so elegant.Thanks for sharing it with us at Sarah Hurley's Challenge Blog.

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  109. Popping in straight from MIM - Gorgeous project and great tutorial. Thanks for sharing...I might give it a try...one day! ;-)

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  110. Sonia what an amazing card! What patients and imagination you have! I bet your daughter loved it!
    Thank you for joining us at Emergency Crafters!
    ~Lucy x

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  111. I saw your beautiful creation on Make It Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. Gorgeous! TFS!
    My entries are: #23, #109, and #213.
    I would love to have you visit my blogs: Paper and Scraps Creations by Julia and Me and Myself on the Dark…
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  112. What a lovely card! Perfect for our challenge. Thanks for joining us at UnstampaBelles.

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  113. What an amazing project. You executed it so well. It caught my eye on MIM. Thanks, for sharing!

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  114. Such lovely detailing.. :) Looking at all those embossing going on here.. I just can't wait to buy my own Big Shot! :)

    - Shruti

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  115. enchanting card.. and its white makes it adorable ..

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  116. this is such a gorgeous chariot! wow your 6 yr old understands abt giving credit..that must be so amusing!

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    1. Lavina I think she got the concept from school where they make a big deal about copying others art and craft ideas and try to discourage it!! But you are right I was so amused!!

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  117. What a post! Fantastic card - thanks for sharing the tutorial! that little 6-year old is a creative genius, too, it seems, wow!

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  118. What a beautiful and clever card!!! Thank you for joining in on the challnege!

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  119. Congratulations dear doctor.. :)

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  120. Als Erstes, bin ich überrascht, über das neue Format, deines Blogs. jetzt kann ich deine Kreationen alle auf einmal überblicken.
    Diese Kutsche für die Prinzessin muss ich unbedingt nachmachen, aber in rosa, wie es meine Enkeltochter Vivienne (am 1. februar 4 Jahre)liebt. das wird grosse Freude geben.
    Vielen Dank, Dass du auf meinem Blog vorbeikommst.
    Noch einen schönen Tag, wünscht dir, Ulla

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