Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Pony Express

Hello.  Welcome.  Having fun this evening with a stamp I have had for a while but never used.  Yee Haw

I stamped and embossed DRS Cowboy Silhouette with black embossing powder.  I used Dreamweavers Waves stencil and Archival Watering Can ink for the background.  The yee haw is die cut letters and the sentiment is computer generated.  Yee haw.   

Joining the fun at
DRS Designs Challenge 155 - Stencils
DREAM It UP - Happy Birthday
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes
Country View Challenge - Use Something New To You 
Party Time Tuesdays Challenge 194 - Anything Goes 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz


  1. Hi Gail ...recieved a lovely card from you today...THANK YOU! My father would have loved this card you've created...he was a cowboy and an old one of 82 when he died. He had a great sense of humor! HUGz!

  2. Wow - it's so cool!!! Hugs, Dagmar

  3. Hi Gail! I just spent some time sifting through some of your latest posts and I just love your style! You do excellent mixed media work, I love that you make a lot of your own backgrounds and your eye for balance and structure is fabulous! Just clicked that follow button, so I'll be back! until next time :)

  4. Yee Haw!! This is a great birthday card with that gorgeous stenciled background and the cowboys! Love it. Thank you for playing along with DRS Designs this week!

  5. Great combination of stamp and stencil, Gail, and a funny card as a result! Love the (almost) monochromatic palette here. Someone is going to be very happy receiving this card!

  6. Hi Gail! That is an amazing silhouette! I just LOVE it. My favourite cards I think are "boy cards"!
    Thank you so much for joining us at Party Time Tuesday!
    Riëtte, DT

  7. This is just gorgeous,fab image. Thanks for sharing with us at Country View

  8. Perfect card for the cowboys in our lives. This is a fun sentiment. Thank you for joining us at Dreamweaver Stencils this month for our birthday challenge.

  9. LOL...what a funny sentiment. Love the western theme. Thanks for playing along with the Dreamweaver Stencil challenge this month.


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