Thursday, April 19, 2012

Hey Cowboy


Card details at the end of this post.

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Oooooo, that would hurt! lol This sentiment and the barbed wire images are from this new set called Hey Cowboy. I put the two sentiment stamps with the smaller barbed wire image in the center all together on my acrylic block, inked with Rusty Hinge distress ink and stamped onto the white card stock. I then stamped the larger image of barbed wire around the edges to create a frame for the sentiment and sponged the edges of that panel with the Rusty Hinge ink. I matted it with the dark brown card stock and added brads to all four corners. The rust colored panels are embossed with the Cuttlebug stars folder and inked with Vintage Photo ink before cutting into strips and weaving them for the border on the brown card front.

Thanks for looking!

22 comments:

shirl said...

I like the choice of orange and it looks very soft and blended nicely

Vicky Gould said...

Well, weren't you creative with the sentiments and barbed wire; cool card, Karen!

Benzi said...

Ouch is right! LOL Super card and very masculine.

Pam said...

Super fabulous creation Karen! Definitely a fave of mine with this set so far!

Jane said...

What a great card you made with this set!!! I love it!!!!

Pat Garvin said...

Great colors. The starts are a great addition

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

I love the barbed wire all around!! Great colors!

NancyK said...

Love the way you framed the sentiment with the barbed wire image - great idea!

Priscilla said...

Very masculine card. Love that barb wire....owwww.

Sue D said...

I like how you framed the sentiment with the barbed wire.
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MariLynn said...

I think it would be very ouch to sit on that fence. I like how you framed the sentiment. I like the colors you used too!

Ravengirl said...

How perfect! I love the barbed wire border and the brads at each intersection!

Designing with Debbie said...

Awesome western card. Perfect coloring.

Janine said...

Great card - love the colour and style

Kathy Bradley said...

So very awesome - I like the star BG and colors and the metal brads at the intersections of the fence!

CSThelen said...

I like the barbed wire and the stars as different types of patterns, thank you for sharing!

Lagene said...

Love the tone on tone & stars BG & barbed wire frame!

Luanna said...

I really liked the looks of this card. It is very masculine.

Ultimate Whirligig said...

Karen this is fantastic. I love cards that the focus is on the sentiment. I love the square card you have made.

Theresa said...

So very western! Love how you used this great set!

Lena said...

I need this set! It is wanting to be in my chubby lil hands haha. I love your card!

Jo4Him said...

Great CAS card; thanks for sharing