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Creative Imaginations Cowgirl!

Welcome to Day 2 of May Arts / Creative Imaginations Blog Week!

Creative Imaginations Cowgirl!

Did I get lucky or what? For our fun swap with Creative Imaginations, I got to work with the Samantha Walker ‘Cowgirl’ line! As soon as I saw the products I knew how I’d be using them- I just happen to have a mighty cute little cowgirl!

 

 

For my first page I used this SUPER fun “rodeo girl’ paper as my background.

 

 

The ‘wanted’ is a rub-on and I sewed a frame with May Arts burlap string.

 

 

The date tab is a fun sticker! I added some layered May Arts ribbon at the top (5/8” brown satin pleats, pink trimming loops, and a little velvet/crochet).

Next page puts to work some ‘cowhide’ paper- and it’s fuzzy! Fabulous, right? The pattern paper is ‘cowgirl borders’- love how it looks like I layered all those papers together!

 

 

I made a floppy bow with some pink solid/wrinkled ribbon, and topped it with a sticker.

 

 

I’ve used another one of those fun tab stickers

 

 

I created a rope effect with the burlap string strategically glued down (fabri-tac by beacon worked great for this!)

 

 

I layered some pink faux suede/leaves under that border paper- and can you see the texture of the paper too?

 

 

My final page uses the ‘b’ side of ‘brown paisley’- and truth be told, I loved both sides of all the papers!

 

 

I’ve put lots of fun goodies to work! More of the ‘cowgirl borders’, with some 1.5” pink/brown chenille dots layered on top. The ‘yeehaw’ & date tab are both stickers.

 

 

I used the tiny bit of paper that is in the id strip (the part you cut off), layered them & put some pink velvet/crochet on top with a little machine stitching.

 


 

Look at that chipboard layered sticker! It was calling out for some 3/8” double faced satin! Can you see the dimension? And the cowgirl on the bronco has that awesome flocking too!

I’ve got one more CI project to share

 

 

This card uses CI real wood ‘paper’- that I die cut & stamped on. It’s on wood grain debossed cardstock, and some May Arts brown burlap string ties on a vintage wood button.

Thank you Creative Imaginations! This was such a fun swap, full of my favorite things- pink, brown, bling & texture! And a manly card to balance it all out! J

Hope you’ve been inspired to layer up some ribbon on your scrapbook pages!!

  1. Pam W.

    Well my friend, you did a great job with your layouts. But I must say, my favorite part is the fun that Miss Hadley was obviously having.

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  2. Pam

    Great job, love this line of papers have used it to make some darling LO’s of my DGD, these are just awesome projects, TFS

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  3. Pam

    I love love this LIne, have done some LO’s for my DGD with it, so so cute, TFSGJ

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  4. DeniseB

    Sweet! Love the ribbons and trims you used!
    DeniseB

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  5. Kristie Maynard

    Great job. Love the papers, the colors, everything about this one.

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  6. Megan McDonald

    Super cute layouts! That paper is so yummy!!!!

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  7. Sue D

    Great projects–love the cowhide paper.

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  8. Aki

    Woah, those projects look so cute. Great idea!!! Thanks for sharing~ :”D

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  9. Joy

    You put together great layouts-love the cowhide with the pink and the burlap string rope and the wrinkled ribbon. Adorable pages and such a cute cowgirl!

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  10. Katherine

    Oh.oh.oh–I’m copying this layout–I’m 68 and have pictures of me as a little girl on a pony and some of my daughter on her pony at about the same age–wouldn’t this be a perfect double page layout. Yes, yes, yes!

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  11. erin

    Look at all these amazing pages, you’ve really outdone yourself here, what next???

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  12. Larissa Heskett

    Love the colors and the cute pictures!! =)
    THANKS for sharing!!
    Have a FABULOUS DAY!! =)

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  13. Natasha G.P.

    The pink and brown are so cute together. Thanks for sharing

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  14. sharon gullikson

    LOVE the ribbon!

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  15. B. Poteraj

    Oh how adorable. I especially like the cow paper.

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  16. jean marmo

    Love all the ribbon, lace and fiber!

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  17. renee griff

    wow how cute are those projects, great work!

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  18. Melinda Wilson

    Very cute layout!

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  19. f lynn rush

    nice layout. it looks like this cowgirl had loads of fun. thank you for sharing.

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  20. Karen B.

    Jen, this is super cute. I love all the textures that you’ve included in the layouts and wow, is that card ever beautiful!

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  21. sue w.

    what a cute pink cowgirl. the ribbons and papers go so well together.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  22. Charlene

    Aren’t you lucky to have a little cowgirl to show off that awesome paper! That wood “paper” and burlap string card rocks, too.

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  23. ellen s

    cuuuuute!

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  24. Jingle

    These are SUCH great pages! I love them! Of course, I’m biased toward Samantha’s products, but you rocked them!!!

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  25. jengd

    SO cute! Love the sueded pages and the wood paper card has such a wonderfully rustic feel!

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  26. Natalie Elphinstone

    Super cute! I love the colours in this collection. And what great works of art you’ve created!

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  27. Renee J.

    This is such a fun layout!!

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