Tuesday, January 8, 2013

DeNami WESTERN Sneak Peek!

It's finally my turn to share my Western Themed Cards with you!! I made them weeks ago, so I'm excited to finally get to share!  EVERY stamp I used on the 4 cards are ALL brand NEW!!!  You only have to wait 2 more days for the full reveal and to purchase the new stamps. Make your wish list Now! 
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The Berry Wreath is probably more of a "garden" themed stamp than it is "western"  but I thought it was a perfect accent for these cute little southwest & cowboy stamps.  Who loves houndstooth?  SO excited to have this stamp -- you "need" it too!!


Howdy!  I used the Gingham Background stamp to create the red pattern and black/white washi tape next to the Howdy! Sentiment.  The Cowboy Chickie was stamped in the middle of a horseshoe frame I made.  Simple, but this card would work for any occasion.  I thought a little boy would love to get a card like this for a birthday... or just to say Howdy!


If you've been around in DeNami land for awhile, you've seen me use the ripped kraft paper look to make sand -- I thought it would be perfect to make a dirt scene with for the Cowboy Chickie.   I stamped the Cactus Trio, Cowboy Chickie, Southwest Stamp Set, & Main Street Shops onto Cream cardstock and cut them all out.  Colored with copics/tombow markers.  


I saved my favorite for last. I love the background paper I stamped.  I used the Berry Wreath to create the red circles and added the horseshoe & sheriffs badge from the Cowboy Stamp Set into the centers.  The cowboy chickie is standing in front of the cactus trio saying Howdy to ya'all!  I added the gingham background using Red Versafine onto the cream cardstock.  5/8 Red Grosgrain Ribbon breaks up the patterns and I added knots to the sides of the scalloped circle.  Colored in using Tombow & Copic Markers. 

20 comments:

  1. Wendy, these new western cards are amazing! I love how you combine so many new stamps for these creative cards. Your horseshoe frame rocks!

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  2. Wendy, you have blown me away as usual!! These little creations have me giddy...great job :)

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  3. These western creations are phenomenal! The last is my favorite too and I love love love what you did with the new berry wreath!

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  4. You rocked the new western stamps Wendy! Love your use of the new backgrounds too. You last card with the gingham and red ribbon is amazing and SO rootin' tootin' cute!!!

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  5. Yee Haw! You made some very lovely cards-tfs! Suetta

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  6. Such cute cards! My favorite is the last one as well. I love it!

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  7. Love how you used all these new stamps....Your cards are all amazing!!!

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  8. Wendy, I just love what you've done with gingham...I love gingham! I also like the last card with the almost bandana feel to the top background...I have an idea of what I'd like to try with them...guess that wish list is growing longer as I think of the possiblities

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  9. Lots of details in these cards! I think you had a good time making them!

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  10. Great cards! I love the way you added texture by ripping the paper. So cool!

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  11. I love how you made the dirt look in the western scene! That's a trick I'm gonna have to try. These are sooo cute! Denami has the cutest stamps, and the western ones are right up my alley!! Can't wait to try them out!

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  12. These are too cute! After seeing these, I definately want to grab some stamps and get to work! THANKS!

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  13. Great cards--I like how you used the Berry Wreath.

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  14. Great cards! I love them all. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. You always make such beautiful DeNami background papers! These are all such amazing cards Wendy! I really adore the berry wreath and now you have me adding it to my wish list! :-)

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  16. These are all so cute--love them!

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  17. great designs! i love the gingham and cowboy combination, it screams country to me...and i love that :)

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