Country Layout

Howdy friends....I do not make scrapbooking layouts, I make cards!!! So, you are thinking this is a layout...OK, it is. I needed to make one for a project request. I had to come up with a layout with the focus not being my grandson, but die cuts.
In the layout above I used Die-Versions Farm Animal Border at the bottom. Die cut twice and flipped one so the cows faced each other. The doily is a page from a dictionary die cut with Heart Burst. (LOVE how that turned out). Howdy greeting is an Edge die, then used a stamp just below it for the greeting.
Flower is a die cut from Spellbinders. Wet the card stock, crumple, dry with a heat gun, then build the flower. Zig Zag by Spellbinders also.
Rope frame is a die cut from the Silhouette Store re-sized to fit the picture of my cute little grandson riding my wooden rocking horse. (It was his dads, so I guess you could call it an antique). The tickets are also cut and print with a Silhouette Cameo.
Journal page is from Authentique and edge punched. Buttons are punched also.
Faux stitching with a white gel pen and add twine for a more country look.

Thanks for stamping by....

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Denim patterned paper 
Genuine Patterned paper (Authentique)
Die: Howdy, Farm Animal Border, Heart Burst (Die-Versions)
Flower Creations, Classic Edges One (Spellbinders_
Rope Frame, Tickets (Silhouette Store)
Punches: Round Binding Edge (EK Success), Button (Martha Stewart)
Stamps: Back in the Saddle (Waltzingmouse)
Ink: Versafine Black (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko)
Natural Twine
Stars (Studio Calico)
White gel pen (Signo Uni-ball)
Grand Calibur
Silhouette Cameopost signature

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