Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Shopping Our Stash #24 - Sports or Western

  I created this card for the current challenge at Shopping Our Stash:  Sports or Western.  Since I have two little princesses, I was completely stumped!  When I was purging my craft room I found a fabric remnant that screamed, "grass."  I found this cutie-patooty horse on my Create a Critter cartridge, I went in search of my cloud paper (from the Artful Delight July scrapbook kit), and my Bazzill card stock scraps and a card was born :)  I added some doodles...you know I had to add some polka dots to his bandana :)

Supplies:
Cricut cartridge:  Create a Critter (horse cut @ 2 1/2"; phrase cut @ 2"; star cut @ 1 1/2")
paper:  My Mind's Eye "Lime Twist" (cloud paper); Bazzill scraps
corner rounder:  Creative Memories
pens:  Uni-ball Signo white gel pen and Creative Memories black journaling pen
fabric:  remnant

Happy Tuesday!

11 comments:

Diane Hodrick said...

This card is so cute. Who'd ever guess you didn't have a little buckeroo. ;) Totally cute!

Amy said...

This is so cute- I just love the fabric remnant for grass--how clever :)Amy

Arlene said...

June, this is truly cute! :)

Lisa - papergrace said...

Okay, June. This is WAY too cute for words. :D I absolutely love that you turned your fabric remnant into grass - how clever are you? And all your little polka dots are ridiculously awesome! LOOOOVE!! ♥ Great card. :)

Shauna K said...

oh my goodness, too adorable! the cloud paper is perfect and great "grass" technique!!

Paige said...

I love how you dug into your vast stash to put this card together! It's so cute!

Linda B said...

Howdy!!! This is a DELIGHT... so cute... LOVE that horse!

Missy said...

This is *adorable*!!!!!! Love that pony and loopy sentiment!!

Sherrie K. said...

What a FUN western card! I love the pony and fabric you used for the grass-very clever!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Court said...

SOOO cute!

Julie M said...

Such a fun card, June - I LOVE the cloud paper - and the bright happy elements on it - fab work.

Julie x