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Nov 1, 2010

Rhinestone Cowboy . . .

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Hee hee!!  I couldn't help it, as I was finishing up this card today that song came to mind so I just went with it! :)  Happy Monday - November already??? REALLY?????  It's just unbelievable to me.  But since it is November it is time for a new Kitchen Sink Stamps Crew Challenge and it's my turn to pick the challenge.  So I picked one thing I have a hard time with - making a monochromatic card

Check out the Kitchen Sink Stamps blog for the "rules" and details on how to play along - there are PRIZES involved so why not give it a try?!

For my card I used Multi-Step Cowboy Hat from Kitchen Sink Stamps and Karen Giron's Sweet Sunday Sketch. I even sponged around the edge of my main panel (which also generally scares me - lol!)  The ink recipe for my hat is listed below.  I just love how you can curve the clear stamps to fit them where you want them!   This card makes me giggle though.  When I was in college in the south I make a conscious efford not to pick up the "y'all" thing.  We yankees are known for "you guys". ha!  I'll have to send this to a southern friend of mine.

Take some time to visit the rest of the Kitchen Sink Stamps Crew today and then get working on your entry!  Remember my coupon code, JULIE10KSS to get 10% off you KSS order anytime!  Have a great day!

AngelaConnieLisaLynnMakikoMaria

 Cardstock:  Kraft, Dark Chocolate (Papertrey Ink), Ivory (Gina K Designs), Patterned Paper:  Creative Imaginations, Stamps: Multi-Step Cowboy Hat (Kitchen Sink Stamps), Ink:  Step 5 - Rich Cocoa (Memento), Stamp 4 - Rich Cocoa (stamped off, repeat), Step 3 - Creamy Caramel (SU! - 2x), Step 2 - Creamy Caramel, Step 1 - Creamy Caramel (stamped off), Frayed Burlap (Ranger), Accessories:  Nestabilities, Rhinestones (Kaiser), Button, Twine (Papertrey Ink), Twill (SU!), sewing machine

11 comments:

  1. Lovely card! Wonderful design, the panels with the added stitching look wonderful behind the great cowboy hat!

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  2. These rich earthtones are so perfect for the cowboy hat and gloves!! Sensational papers and fun stitching on your fabulous design, Julie!!

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  3. Handsome card Julie... who couldn't love a Rhinestone Cowboy?!! ;) Love all the extra details you put into your card... like the stitching, button & twine... and the sponging! I didn't think anything could scare you! ;) Awesome job... and thanks for the fun challenge!

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  4. What a wonderful card, Julie! I so love all the pretty shades of browns...love the bit of added bling too! Great challenge! Thanks!

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  5. Julie, this is so cool! Fantastic details and papers for the western look! I love how you stamped the sentiment and stitching too!!

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  6. Since I live in Arizona I had to comment - Great Card!! You just don't see a lot of southwest cards and they can be so pretty. I love this!!

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  7. Love the song! Now I can't get it out of my head either. *giggle I love the beautiful browns and the fab DP. So rich and warm!

    Thanks for the challenge!

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  8. Great mono card and masculine one too!
    Sharon

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  9. This is such a fabulous card! From the cowboy hat down to the wavy stitching!

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  10. I love western themed cards, and this one is perfect!! Love the colors, the curved sentiment and all of the great stitching!

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  11. Great colours. I like the stitching too. Great combination.!

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