Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Cowgirls, Cowboys and Horses

"Cowgirls, Cowboys and Horaes" is the theme at Lunagirl this month.  The site has a great collage sheet of images for this theme and it is only $2.50.  Karen also has a domino, 1x2', images which I just love.  They are the same price for a page full.  Take a look and then see about entering her challenge.  Here are the rules
:Challenge ends at 3:00 pm CST on April 30  so you  still have time to enter
  • Any craft or medium is welcome.
  • Vintage style is encouraged but not required.
  • Use a Lunagirl image and your entry will count twice in the drawing!
  • Link to this blog and to Lunagirl.com on your site if you have one.
  • Prize: $15 credit at Lunagirl.com! Winner will be selected by random drawing. 
    My card above says Living an Adventure Everyday.  The card is fairly plain, but I added some string for additional rope on the image,

    The girl carrying the heart below reminds me how I love to watch western movies.  Maybe there is one on tonight,

    Monday, April 18, 2016

    My Day at Gecko Galz

    Today I am being featured on Gecko Galz Scrapbooking website.  Here are a couple of samples I made  using images from their store.

    I really like this card and had someone picked out who would receive it, but my daughter's dog got hold of it and tore it apart.  I manage to salvage all of it with the exception of the background designer paper.  I was going to put it back together,  but I do not have any more of that designer  paper. Oh well, I won't let him in my workroom any more!

    The lacey part under the image is a recycled piece of an old commercial card.

    The tag uses one of the jewel domino images.  The bottom of the tag looks like part of it is missing.  It is not really as I made my tag from a paper I made using the Gelli plate and it just happens that  there is a white area at the bottom.  Also for an embellishment I used 4 rows of rhinestones.    The black and white spray is a piece of chipboard.  The bow at the top is silver and seems to pick up a reflection of the purple acrylic paint.

    Thanks to the generosity of Gecko Galz here is a free image for you.