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07/11/2013

Horse Frontier Card

Morning everyone!!

Today is my last day before I leave!!! I am so excited!! Don't forget to follow me on Twitter!! I won't be able to check in until Monday so I've scheduled blog posts hopefully they all post when they should!! lol Today's card I created this for Summer Fun On-line Class. The class officially over but you can still purchase the class and get 14 fabulous and cute projects with step by step photos in a down-loadable PDF along with Video Tutorials! This card I am sharing uses the stamp set called Horse Frontier. I used it create some projects in the Summer Fun Class and I gotta say they rocked!! lol My friend ordered this set and let me borrow it and WOW it is an AWESOME set so I HAD to order it!! lol I also have listed this baby into my Etsy Store too!!!!!!!!

Stampin' Up! Supplies Used


Horse Frontier Clear Stamp Set item #126347
Big Shot item #113439
Apothecary Accents Framelits item #127003
Argyle Embossing Folder item #127750
Woodgrain Embossing Folder item #127821
Tea for Two Designer Series Paper item #129311
Extra-Large Oval Punch item #119859
7/16 Natural Trim Ribbon item #129287
Linen Thread item #104199
1/8 Mini Silver Brads item #122941
Naturals Designer Buttons item #127554
Brayer item #102395


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My base is Gumball Green card stock. I cut a piece of Early Espresso card stock and ran it through the Big Shot with the Argyle Embossing Folder. I cut a piece of the retired Tea for Two Designer Series Paper and glued it the left side of the Early Espresso card stock. I cut a piece of Crumb Cake card stock and ran it through the Big Shot with the Woodgrain Embossing Folder. I then brayed some Early Espresso ink across the Crumb Cake card stock. I cut another piece of the retired Tea for Two Designer Series Paper and glued it across the center of the Early Espresso card stock. I wrapped a piece of 7/16 Natural Trim around above the Tea for Two Designer Series Paper. Using the Big Shot and the Apothecary Accent Framelits I die cut out a piece of So Saffron card stock. I cut a piece of Very Vanilla card stock. I took the stamp from Horse Frontier Stamp Set; inked in Early Espresso and stamped onto the Very Vanilla card stock.  I glued the die cut piece of So Saffron card stock to the back of the Very Vanilla card stock on the right side. I set a 1/8 Mini Silver Brad into the So Saffron card stock. I attached the Very Vanilla card stock with Stampin' Dimensionals to the front of the card. I took the stamp from Horse Frontier Stamp Set; inked in Crumb Cake and stamped onto a piece of Very Vanilla card stock. I punched it out using the Extra-Large Oval Punch. I attached with Stampin' Dimensionals on the bottom right corner. I set 3 1/8 Mini Silver Brads on the bottom of the Early Espresso card stock. I then placed Stampin' Dimensionals onto the back of the Early Espresso card stock and attached to the front of the Gumball Green card. To finish it off I added a Naturals Designer Button with a Linen Thread bow to the center.

Supplies Used~
Stamps~ Horse Frontier
Ink~ Early Espresso, Crumb Cake
Paper~ Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Gumball Green, Tea for Two Designer Series Paper
Acc.~ Big Shot, Apothecary Accent Framelits, Argyle Embossing Folder, Woodgrain Embossing Folder, Brayers, 7/16 Natural Trim Ribbon, 1/8 Mini Silver Brads, Naturals Designer Buttons, Linen Thread, Paper-Piercing Tool, Stampin' Pierce Mat, Stampin' Dimensionals, Glue Dots

Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!

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Comments

What a great card! I love all of the different textures. Very masculine!

love all the layering on this card
and the colors you used are wonderful too.
you did such a good job!
Sherrill Graff

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