Wednesday, March 5, 2014

More Cowboy Cards

Hello Friends,

I have two more Cowboy Cards for OWH for their Special Request of Cowboy Cards to share with you today!!  Here is the first one:

For this A2 card I started with tan cardstock for the base of the card, I added the horseshoe paper to the base.  Next I used the Express Edge Howdy and cut it out in brown and put that on the bottom of the card. I cut out the cactus with an old sizzix die that I have and then I added the Mrs. Grossman horseshoe stickers to the card.  All set for a rootin' tootin' cowboy!!

Here is the second one:

For this A2 card I used a light blue cardstock for the base, then I cut out the brown patterned paper with the Express Edge Howdy and attached that to the card.  I used some cactus dies, an old sizzix cowboy hat die and a couple of star punches to finish off the card.  I added some brads to the hat and placed the ribbon down the side of the card.  That's it!  I think I might have a few more ideas for some more cowboy hats, but we shall see.

I hope I have inspired you to create something today!  I appreciate all the comments that you leave for me and I thank you for them!! 

Don't forget about the Die-Versions Design Team & Operation Write Home Blog Hop on Friday!!

The Blog Hop starts at 8:00 am on Friday, March 7th please be sure to start at the OWH Stars and Stamps Blog at:  and be sure to leave comments on all of the blogs so that you might get lucky and win some Blog Candy!!

Thanks for stopping by!!


  1. Both of your cards are so fabulous, Lori!! I love the Howdy die!! So fun!! Have a great day :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. Both of these are wonderful. Love that big cowboy hat and your papers are fabulous.

  3. Thanks Anne!! I love western style paper!!

  4. I'm havng trouble finding cactus dies. Any ideas where I can purchase them?

    1. The large cactus on the top card is an old sizzix die. The smaller cactus dies were from Remember When Scrapbooking, I got them quite a few years ago and I don't even know if the store is still around or if they have that die left in stock. The store was in Texas. You can always try to find it on e-bay.


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