I actually have several stamps that I could have used for this one. My step father was a complete rodeo fan, so every year I would buy some kind of horse/cowboy related stamp to make his birthday card with. Since he passed several years ago, my western themed stamps haven't seen any ink, so this was a fun challenge for me. My card is more for a cowgirl instead of a cowboy, though.
There are some really high end and expensive cowboy boots out there. Have you heard of the brand Lucchese? I went to their website for some color inspiration to create my card.
The boots are stamped in Memento tuxedo black and colored with Copics. They are cut out with a Die-namics zig-zag circle die which I layered onto squares cut out with a Die-namics double stitched square die. All in all, a pretty simple card design. I added the bling because, after all, what's a western card without some rhinestones?
Here are the boots from the Lucchese website that I used for my color inspiration. These puppies sale for a mere $3000.00.
Here are the links to the other design team's blogs. I know they have some fabulous, fun cards to share with you.
The Paper Players Design Team
I can't wait to see what western themed cards or projects you all create. Have fun!
Thanks for stoping by today,
Stamps: Kick 'Em Off stamp by Mostly Animals stamps (boots) and MFT PI Cowgirl set (sentiment)
Paper: X-Press It Blending card stock, SU Elegant Eggplant card stock and Lawn Fawn patterned papers
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Copics, SU Elegant Eggplant
Other: Die-namics Zig-zag circle die and Double Stitched square die, pink rhinestones, The big shot and dimensionals