Happy Birthday Buckaroo!

I must admit that I have a soft spot for cowboys, or rather cowboy/western themed scrapbook products! I love this Free -Form Horse stamp from The Rubber Cafe, it was the first stamp I ever got from them, isn’t he wonderful?

Paper: DCWV, Stamp: The Rubber Cafe, Die Cuts: Cricut/scal
Paper: DCWV, Stamp: The Rubber Cafe, Die Cuts: Cricut/scal

I used Kazan’s card sketch from 2 sketches 4 you to make the card. I cut all of the elements with my cricut using Sure Cuts a Lot (SCAL) software. I used the fonts: SaloonEXT and WMDesigns1 to make my scut file. You can snag my file for free here. You will need to have the above fonts installed to use it or it will look weird 🙂

The paper is from the new Die Cuts With a View “boy” premium stack and I LOVE every sheet of paper in that thing! To get a distressed look I inked the edges of all the elements and tapped the flourish with a  gold ink-pad before heat embossing with gold Emb. powder.

Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to check back tomorrow because I will be announcing the brand new Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff Design Team! These crafty chicks rock and I can’t wait for you to meet them! Til then Happy Crafting!

8 thoughts on “Happy Birthday Buckaroo!

  1. Hi Lindsay! I wanted to stop by and let you know how awesome your blog is! 😀 I love this horse card, the embossing and layout are incredible together. It has such a nice rustic feel to it, and the flourish just adds to the wonderful movement. I visited your store and grabbed the library card. I used it here in this card on my blog (sorry, you’ll have to scroll down a bit):
    http://astickysituation.blogspot.com/2009/04/thank-goodness-i-sprained-my-ankle.html
    and of course linked everyone back to your store. 😀 Thank you for your wonderful variety of images! I’ll be using this one repeatedly as my sister is a librarian and I do handmade cards for her patrons. Blessings and happy Wednesday!

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