Archive for cowboy

Horse and Rider Scrapbook Page by Pam Hornschu


From Stampendous:
V306 Horse and Rider
CRR223 Cling Leather Flowers
STF082 Onyx Versafine by Tsukineko®


Pale Ale Memories Mists by Dreamweaver®
Rich Cocoa Memento by Tsukineko®
Core Essentials cardstock by Core’dinations®
Cardstock by Bazzill Basics®
Natural Burlap Stripe ribbon by May Arts®
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Old Sheet Music
Sanding block


  1. Cut rust cardstock to 10” square. Using cocoa ink, stamp the Leather Flowers image around the edges. Sand edges to distress.
  2. Cut olive cardstock to 8” square. Brush black ink around edges, and distress. Adhere to rust square.
  3. Spritz torn music with Memories Mist, and adhere to page along with extra scraps as desired.
  4. Stamp Horse and Rider on music in black ink on right.
  5. Sand 4” X 5 ¼” panel of light brown cardstock. Stamp Leather Flowers in black on panel.
  6. Distress photo and adhere to page.
  7. Stamp horse and rider in black ink on ribbon. Arrange across page and adhere.
  8. Adhere old buttons. (If necessary, use heavy-duty wire cutters to remove the shank on back.)


Horse and Rider by Tenia Nelson


From Stampendous:
V306 Horse and Rider
H311 Penned Birthday
STF081 Versafine Onyx Black
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle

Cardstock by Core’Dinations
Patterned Paper
Spellbinder Die
Big Shot
Corner Rounder Punch


  1. Create card from kraft cardstock.
  2. Stamp sentiment onto card base, adhere patterned paper and add splatter.
  3. Stamp image onto another piece of kraft cardstock and die cut using circle die and Big Shot.
  4. Adhere image panel onto card using pop up dots and round corner.


Horse and Rider by Kristine Reynolds


From Stampendous:
V306 Horse and Rider
EJS05 Spoonful of Rust
MPW811 Fran’s Mixed Media White Paper
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®
VM001 VersaMark  Ink by Tsukineko®
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle

Cardstock by Bazzill Basics®
Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink
Cloud 9 Patterned Paper
Spellbinders Label 36 Nestabilitie Dies
Spellbinders Delicate Doilies die
May Arts Ribbon
Scrapbook Adhesive 3D Foam Squares
Martha Stewart Star Border Punch
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives


  1. Fold a 11″ x 4 1/4″ panel of blue cardstock in half to created a top folding A2 card
  2. Die cut a Dollie and adhere to card
  3. Punch the edge of a panel of brown cardstock and adhere a pattern paper panel to it
  4. Adhere panel to card
  5. Tie ribbon around card
  6. Die cut a white panel with a label 36 die
  7. Stamp horse image on the label panel with black ink
  8. Sponge distress ink on the panel
  9. Sprinkle Spoonful of Rust embossing elements on the panel and heat from underneath until melted
  10. Adhere panel to card with 3D Foam Squares


Cowgirl Boots by Wendy Price

Supplies: Cowgirl Boots by Wendy Price

From Stampendous:
Q195 Cowgirl Boots

Basic Grey pattern paper, brad, stickers
May Arts Ribbon
Spectrum Noir (FS4, TN3, TN5, TN7, GB8, EB2, BG1)


  1. Stamp image on white cardstock with black ink.
  2. Color with Copics.
  3. Adhere pattern paper and ribbon to card.
  4. Adhere stamped image to card with foam adhesive.
  5. Embellish with stickers and flower.

Rodeo Girl by Suzanne Czosek


From Stampendous:

W124 Rodeo girl

MEM01 Tuxedo Black Memento™ ink by Tsukineko®


Red and White cardstock

STAEDTLER Karat Aquarelle Colored Pencils

Burlap Fabric

Natural twine

Buffalo Head Bead


Small Brads, 1/16″ hole punch

Scissors or Distressing tool



  1. Fold a 5-1/4″ X 10-1/2″ panel of red cardstock in half to form card base.
  2. Distress the edges of a 5″ square white cardstock panel.
  3. Stamp image in black on a 4-1/4″ square panel of white cardstock.
  4. Watercolor image with colored pencils, water and brush.
  5. Use pencils direct to paper to make circles around girl on horse and main greeting.
  6. Use wet brush to slightly blur the circles.
  7. Use a stapler to apply staples in x’s at points around the large circle.
  8. Use scissors or a distressing tool to distress edges of paper.
  9. Adhere to a 4-1/2″ square panel of red cardstock.
  10. Wrap twine around paper several times and tie in a knot leaving ends long.
  11. Secure a buffalo skull bead to excess twine and trim ends.
  12. Add several brads on left side of twine to balance composition.
  13. Cut small squares of burlap and attach to upper corners with small brads. Unravel strings until desired corner look is achieved. Trim any loose or long threads.
  14. Adhere layered panels to prepared card front.