Jun 10, 2018


Howdy and welcome!  It's Angie here today and not only am I from Texas but all 3 of my children attended Texas A&M University - where "Howdy" is the only greeting you hear!
This card is perfect for my family members!

To make this very masculine card, I first cut and inked a piece of horseshoe patterned paper from the Kaisercraft "Old Mac" paper pack.  I also chose a woodgrain pice from the Simply Stories "Vintage Bliss" paper pad, and cut it and a white piece with with a Tutti Designs Cross Stitched Rectangle Dies   (I cut both pieces from corner to corner so I could make 2 cards with that same half white/half wood background piece.

I matted the rectangle on a dark brown layer, then adhered it to the horseshoe piece.  Next I added the horseshoe paper to the a top folding brown card base.  Then I cut 4 Frantic Stamper "Shoreline Cattails" from the same dark brown and added them to the card.   Lastly I cut lots of brown Frantic Stamper "Howdy" dies and stacked them on top of each other with a Zig Two Way Glue Pen.

Here's one more look at my card:

I can't wait to send this card to a family member!

Supplies Used:

Frantic Stamper Howdy Die                                 Frantic Stamper Shoreline Cattails Die


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  1. This is so creative and what an awesome masculine card ... which can sometimes be difficult to create! Awesome inspiration ... thanks Angie!


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