Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Wanted in the Country!

It's Thursday and time for a new challenge over at The Outlawz Twisted Thursday; the twist for our anything goes challenge is Country and Western.

 Now, as one might imagine, country is no problem when it comes to crafting over here and I decided to use our sponsor's digi Cowboy's Dreams from Pattie's Creations in my little Cowboy/Cowgirl journal.  I use this journal for fun quotes, pictures, and digis that follow the horse theme.  It's a great place to play with ideas, techniques, and my own personal written journaling that I add later.   

I put in the wagon wheel and wanted posters from Design Space on the background.  I kept the wheel very light so it would definitely stay in the background since I want to do some journaling/titling over this.  My focal image is Copic colored and popped at the bottom on 3-D tape to make it look like it's leaning back on the wheel.  

I added some hand drawn barbed wire (which would never be on a horse farm, just saying) and some bronze splatters.  Of course, there had to be a lasso to adorn the corner!  😉

This picture is 7 years old now, but I just love the way they are looking at each other!  Harry, the horse, is the horse every REAL cowboy would love to befriend.  He was the most handsome, yet cantankerous QH around!  Don't get me wrong, Keith loved this horse and they did quite well together; but there were days!  Oh my, there were days!  
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  1. Wow, Katrina, you put a lot into this western creation! I love the wheel in the background and how you make your image lean against it. Also, even though you'd never find barbed wire with horses, it really is the perfect frame to your piece!

  2. Oh Katrina what a wonderful card you sure have put a lot of thought into this creation it has so much detail I love it. We all have used this image and they all look so different. So great. Big hugs Andrea

  3. Yee, haw, this is a fantastic western creation, Katrina!