“Cowboy Boot” is embossed in copper four times on 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ ivory parchment card stock to give the appearance of the boots walking. It is colored with pencils. The words, “HOWDY” are embossed in copper with “Log Alphabet, Lg.” It is edged with a copper Krylon Leafing pen and layered on white card stock. Card by Mary Hansen.
To give the shadow stamping technique appearance, deckle edge scissors were used to cut rectangles from card stock which had been colored with light colored pencils. The rectangles were then stamped and mounted on turquoise granite card stock. Sections of some of the images were colored with pencils. The granite card stock was edged with a copper Krylon Leafing pen and layered onto tan card stock. Stamps used were “Cowboy”, “Pair Boots”, “Western Hat”, “Saddle, Sm.”, “How ya been?” and “Whatcha’ doin’?” Card by Mary Hansen.
“Frame #12, Western” is stamped with black Memories on white card stock and colored with pencils. A cowboy charm is placed on torn handmade paper and layered onto the stamped card which is layered on tan card stock. Card is by Mary Connaway who, also, drew the frame.
“Fisherman in Stream, Sm.” was stamped with black Memories ink on Ivory card stock, cut out and mounted on Navy Blue Confetti card stock that had been trimmed with decorative scissors and stamped with “Too Much Fun!”(Discontinued; email for availability), “Caterpillar” and “Caddis.” This is layered on ivory and rust card stock. Colored with pencils and markers. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
“Fisherman in Stream, Sm.” was stamped with black Memories ink on Ivory card stock, colored with pencils, cut out and mounted on corrugated tan confetti card stock and layered on fish scrapbook paper, layered on tan, blue and darker tan card stock. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
Stamp used is “Wagon Wheel, Lg.” and a rusty charm is glued to corrugated card stock and layered. Card by Thalia Sledge.
“Golf Ball Santa with Border” is stamped twice on white glossy card stock using a black Memories pad and both are colored with watercolor markers, coloring one hat red and one hat green. The border of the stamped image is removed with scissors. Diamond Glaze is applied to the golf ball area to give a raised and rounded look to the ball. White Liquid Applique is applied to the trim of the hats and tassels, then heated to puff. A little color is placed on the tassels to match the hats. Glue is applied to the trim on the hat and white flock is applied with tweezers. These two pieces are layered over scrapbook paper, then white and green card stock. Card by Thalia Sledge.