Saturday, November 4, 2017


Howdy Crafters - I created this Masculine/Western card using stamps and fussy cutting along the edge of the card - thanks for dropping by - have a blessed week ~ Gail~

Kraft cardstock for base of card
White cardstock for mat
Rope twine
QKR Stampede Cowboy and Rope stamp - Misti - Gina K Black and Warm Cocoa inks
Clear Dollar Stamp - saddle and Howdy - Gina K Warm Cocoa Ink
Fiskars circle punch for masking the Sun
MS inks for the sun
Memento and Spectrum Noir Markers for coloring as well as some sponging of ink on the cowboy
Pearlescent water colors to create mountains in background - dirt and grass

I was inspired to create by these Challenges
Nov 9 Jo's Scrap Shack #213 - #3
Nov 15 Really Reasonable Ribbon - last challenge  
Nov 9 QKR Stampede AG or Angels #3
Nov 9 Mod Squad The Cutting Edge - Fuss Cut at least one edge of your card #3
Nov 10 Catch the Bug AG #1


  1. Darling card! Love the idea of cutting the edge around your image & that touch of rope twine is perfect. Thanks for joining our weekly challenge at QKR Stampede!

  2. Sweet card with a western theme. Love your design. Another great take on the challenge, thanks for playing along with us once again!

  3. Great western card and a wonderful masculine card.

  4. What a cute scene you've created, Gail. Adorable! Thanks so much for playing along in our final challenge. I hope you will join us on the 13th for our Blog Hop.
    Really Reasonable Ribbon

  5. Cute!! And the real rope is a fabulous touch! Thanks for playing with Jo's Scrap Shack.

  6. Another cute card Gail! Love that rope accent! Thank you for playing with Jo's Scrap Shack this week in our Funday Friday Challenge! Have an amazing day!
    ♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

  7. Such a cute card, Gail! I love the shaped edge. Thanks for sharing this with us at the final challenge at Really Reasonable Ribbon! We so appreciate your support and wish you lots of happy creative time with ribbon!


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