Wednesday, March 5, 2008

These Boots are Made for Walking!

I have another 2 mfteasers to share with you today. The first one again uses the Ride Em Cowgirl set ... this card would be suitable for either male or female ... simply change the colors as needed. It makes this set very versatile. The boots are really part of the cowgirl but I just stamped the boots only 3 times and cut them out and mounted them to the white squares before placing each square onto the cuttlebugged frame.

This second card is really simple .... a one layer card ... I don't normally do one layer cards but wanted to show how easy it was to create a simple card using this set. I stamped in black except for the sentiment which I stamped using red. I used my white gel pen to create the dots around the scallops. And I added the ribbon to give it a touch of elegance.

My Favorite Things is having a New Release Cocktail Party on Wednesday, March 5 from 9-11 p.m. Eastern time. Lots of fun is planned including finding out how YOU can be the next MFT Guest Designer. Head over to the MFT Forum on SCS to find out all the details and join us there on Wednesday night.

Recipes:
Boots Card:
Stamps: Ride Em Cowgirl - MFT Stamps
Papers: White; Buckaroo Blue, More Mustard & Chocolate Chip - SU; DP - Unknown
Other: Black Ink; Chocolate Chip SU Ink; Word Window Punch; Brown Brad; Cuttlebug Frame Die; Foam Tape

Black & White Card:
Stamps: Punch a Bunch - MFT Stamps
Paper: White; Black
Other: Black Ink; Real Red SU Ink; White Gel Pen; Black Ribbon


5 comments:

Jan Scholl said...

what a versatile Idea! flowers, bunnies, pumpkins, whatever could go on those frames. I like it!

Jessie/knightrone said...

These are both fabulous!!! I don't usually do one layer cards, but I love this one. Thanks for sharing.

Shannon said...

I love this new cowgirl set by MFT. I have the song these boots in my head now!

milkshake007 said...

I really like what you did with the cuttlebug frame on the western card.
Awesome cards!

Kim Muhl said...

I love both cards, but the simple one is my favorite! You did good.