Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Mustang Card

Hello Friends,

I hope everyone enjoyed a nice Saint Patrick's Day!!  Today I want to share with you a card I just made using a stamp that I just got from Serendipity Stamps, it is called Mustang Cling Set.  When I saw a card made with this stamp on Operation Write Home facebook page I knew right away that I just had to have this stamp!!  Here is the card I made with it:

 
For this A2 card I started with a gold cardstock for the base of the card, then I cut a 5 1/4 inch by 4 inch piece of woodgrain paper.  I used my large oval CM cutting pattern with the red blade to cut the oval out in the middle of the paper.  Next I stamped the horse image on white paper and placed the woodgrain paper over that and attached it to the card.  Next I cut out the My Creative Times Stitched Label and stamped "My Darlin'" on it and then attached it to the cards with brads.  Now I am going to enter this in the Serendipity Stamps Challenge #29 Stitches!  I am so in love with this beautfiul horse head stamp!!  I think this will get a real "Yee Haw" from some horse lover!!
 
I hope I have inspired you to create something today!  I appreaciate and read all your comments!! 
 
Thanks for stopping by!!
Lori
 

12 comments:

  1. Fabulous card and image. I can see why you had to have it, Great background choice too!

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    1. Thanks Anne!! I just love that sweet face on the horse!!

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  2. Love that sweet horse! You may have become an enabler :o)

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    1. Thank you Tommi!! Well someone enabled me to get this beautiful horse, so I thought I should do the same in return!!

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  3. You can get a Yee Haw from me! This stamp has such beautiful details and is just handsome inked up without coloring! Love your CAS card. Thanks for playing along in the Serendipity Stitches Challenge! Hope that you join us again for our next one!

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  4. The wood grain background is the perfect backdrop for this Mustang image, and that sentiment is wonderful!

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  5. I know just what you mean about this stamp, when I frist saw it on a friend's blog, I knew I had to have it too. smile. I think it's one of the best horse image's around...and you made a lovely card using it....

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  6. Beautiful card Lori.
    Thanks for joining us at SSCB this month!

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    1. Thank you Pauline! It was fun and that stamp made it very easy!!

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