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Horse and Rider by Kristine Reynolds


V306 Horse and Rider
SSC1199 Loving Messages Perfectly Clear™ Stamps
SSH34 Medium Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle

DWLX7028 Design I Beam Stencil
DWDEP Dreamweaver Regular Embossing Paste
DWDPK Dreamweaver Palette Knife
DWLM2010 Dreamweaver Paste Spreader

Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
ColorBox® Chestnut Roan Chalk Ink by Clearsnap®
Burnt Sienna Acrylic Paint
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives


  1. Use Palette knife to mix acrylic paint with a blob of embossing paste to create brown colored paste.
  2. Lay I Beam stencil on top of a light brown panel of cardstock and spread embossing paste across the stencil with the paste spreader.
  3. Set panel aside to dry (about 30 minutes).
  4. Create a card base by folding a 8 1.2″ x 5 1/2″ panel of brown cardstock in half.
  5. Adhere the stenciled panel to the card front.
  6. Adhere a dark brown strip of cardstock to the card front.
  7. Adhere a slightly thinner strip of light brown cardstock on top of that strip of cardstock.
  8. Stamp the Horse and Rider on a die cut circle with brown ink.
  9. Trim the left edge of the circle and then adhere to card.
  10. Stamp sentiment on the card front with brown ink.

Horse and Rider Wander by Kristine Reynolds


From Stampendous:
V306 Horse and Rider
N252 Wander Lost Stamp
VM001VersaMark™ Watermark Ink by Tsukineko®
EP111 Detail Black Embossing Powder
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle

Cardstock by Bazzill Basics®
Paper Pizzaz patterned paper
Darice Hemp Twine
Recollections Silver Start Brads
Spellbinders Label 36
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Heat Tool


  1. Create a center step card out of red cardstock
  2. Adhere black cardstock and plaid paper to the card
  3. Stamp image on a red die cut panel with VersaMark ink and heat emboss with detail black embossing powder
  4. Back image with a larger black die cut panel and then adhere to the center panel of the card
  5. Create a “lasso” out of the twine and then adhere to card
  6. Stamp sentiment on red cardstock with VersaMark ink and heat emboss with detail black embossing powder
  7. Trip around panel and then adhere to lower portion of card
  8. Install star brads


Rodeo Girl by Wendy Price

Supplies: by Wendy Price

From Stampendous:
W124  Rodeo Girl

Spectrum® Noir (EB1, GB1, GB8, TB1, GB10)
Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Basic Grey pattern paper
foam adhesive


  1. Stamp image and color with markers.
  2. Add strips of pattern paper to card.
  3. Embellish with twine.
  4. Adhere stamped image to cardfront with foam adhesive.

Cowgirl Boots by Kristine Reynolds

Cowgirl Boots by Kristine ReynoldsSupplies:

From Stampendous:
Q195 Cowgirl Boots
SSC1191 Crossword Perfectly Clear Stamps
Memento® Tuxedo Black dye ink

Copic® Markers(R39-R22-R24-R27-R29-C9-C7-E50-E51-BV01-E42-B97-B93-B91)
WeRMemory Keepers® Patterned Paper
The Paper Studio® colored cardstock
Mohawk® Bright White cardstock
Recollections® Mini Brads



  1. Adhere paper panels to a blue A2 card.
  2. Stamp cowgirl boot image on  a white square panel with black ink color with markers.
  3. Layer panel on to a larger red panel and then on to a larger blue panel.
  4. Adhere to card.
  5. Stamp sentiment on a white strip and adhere to a larger blue strip.
  6. Attach to card with two red brads.

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.