This is definitely vintage meets current! Lovely Buckles is one of my all time favorite stamp sets from CTMH. I have had it for some time and have used it on scrapbook layouts, cards, decor,,,, you name it!
I stamped the buckle and belt and then hand cut it. I wish Cricut would do a 'scan and cut' feature on the new Explore. That feature would make me run out and buy it immediately! I HATE hand cutting with stamps, but sometimes ya' just gotta' cowboy up and get 'er dun! So, I hand cut! I wonder if this might be one of the new features that might be incorporated in the software update? Anybody know anything about that? Or maybe the new explore does this and I just don't know about it!!!
Ok, on with the card. It's a simple one with lots of stamp sets! The paisley print is from a Cuttlebug folder. This is sort of a City Billboard look with a Country Flair!
List of supplies
Cardstock: Champagne, Saddle, Sweet Leaf, Sky, Chocolate
Inks: Autumn Terra Cotta, Barn Red, Sweet Leaf, Slate, Topiary, Dutch Blue (retired), Twilight, and Sunset
CTMH Stamp Sets: Home of the Brave (2013 campaign set), Genuine Country (retired), Country Born, Lovely Buckles (retired), Love Life
Embellishments: Sparkles Brown and Tan assortment, eyelet from stash
Embossing Folder: Paisley Cuttlebug
Visit Katiescorner for all you country crafting needs! There are lots of great country items: Baker's Twine in all colors, Stamps, Chicken Wire Decor Frame, Jubilee assorted papers and bling, burlap ribbon,,,,,, the list goes on and on!
Now if you have questions about country life and showing goats (hahaha)...... visit Katie at Katies Corner Blog and ask her about showing goats in 4-H! I need to scrap some of those pics and get those in a book for posterity, because I KNOW she didn't...... off to the crafting desk!! Stay tuned for Country Flair part II at a blog site near you! Who knew scrapbooking could become a leverage tool with our kids? ; )