Cowboys and . . . friends?

Hey Crafters!

Today we are talking cowboys and friends! (not the first line of thought for some of you crafters, right?) Today we have another installment of the Modville My Crush Book Card series! We have only one more left after today! I still have PLENTY of paper left to work with! (in fact, I used only most of 7 pages for all of these cards! I could easily make another few cards without having to chop into another page!) Let’s jump right in, shall we?

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Isn’t this cowboy a cutie? I just love it!! I couldn’t decide if I wanted to cut out the “range” from the scrap to glue it on or not, at first. I ended up adding it . . . still not sure if it’s my favorite, but it is where it is . . . being held on with liquid glass, so it isn’t going anywhere!! LOL I think this one might just be the most simple card out of the whole bunch! No extra bling or anything!

Then, we move on to some more friends cards!

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I’ve made this style of card many times. It’s simple, but beautiful, I think! Do you recognize the yellow paper? It’s from the birthday card yesterday!

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I used the White Daisy ink to stamp the sentiment from the Better with a Friend set (the same set as from the bike card), and then decided to do a couple of lines of the bitty sparkles. Who doesn’t love sparkles?

This card could easily turn into a thank you card, based on what you put inside! (and would be more ‘guy’ like if you didn’t add the bitty sparkles)

Tell me what you would use Mr. Cowboy for!

Supplies needed for these cards:
Modville My Crush Book
Better with a Friend Hostess Stamp Set
Foam Tape
Bitty Sparkles
White Daisy Craft Ink
Liquid Glass
White Daisy Card Base & Envelope Value Pack

The July special is buy $25 in stamps and get the SOTM free or one of the hostess stamps for just $5! These sets are FABULOUS! I know you will want some of them, if not all of them!

Until tomorrow!

~ Michelle

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