Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Cowboy Get Well card for my Dad...



Okay, I decided to re-make my other pop-up card I did today to make it more suitable for my Dad. This is a much more simplified, less frilly card...

Again, here's the link for the tutorial: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/surprise_pop_up_card/

What I used:

Sarsaparilla B&Ts
Black, Colonial White, Barn Red and Twilight cardstocks
Twilight, Barn Red and Black inks
Out West stamp set
Genuine Country stamp set
Say It In Style stamp set
White Uni-ball Signo Gel Pen
Staedtler triplus gel-liner pens in Gold and Silver (for some detail on the cowboy hat)
Black CTMH marker
Twill ribbon
Metal silver grommet (WalMart - sewing dept.)
Pop-dots
1" circle punch
2" circle punch
Circle Coluzzle (for the 2 larger circles)
Sponge

11 comments:

Stacy said...

I'm sure he will love it!

Sanela Kubiak said...

These are very nice cards. I am sure he will like it.

Jeani said...

I just got on your feedblitz, Vicki, so I can automatically see your great stuff! Love this cowboy card . . . I'm still on the fence about this set . . .but you've swayed me more than once with your work! :-)

Jena said...

Love the pop up cards you've posted - those are so much fun! TFS!

Nicole said...

Those pop up cards are darling!! I LOVE them both. You always have such unique and inspiring work. TFS!

Clearly Inspired said...

Wow! These pop up cards are great! Thanks for the tutorial link. Great job as always! Beautiful artwork!

bellameabhn said...

awesome and truly gorgeous, vicki!
abrazos,
bella

Kari said...

I have been followint the story of your father, and I am praying for him and the entire situation. I love your artwork... you inspire me to try new stuff...

1 Crafty Gal said...

Now, that is just too stinkin cute!!!!

Stacy said...

Hey Vicki! I am missing your creations. I hope your dad is doing better. Sending you hugs from FL!

Michelle said...

Hi Vicki,

I've also been following your dad's story on the BB. I just wanted to let you know that I'm thinking about you and your family.

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