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Horse cards

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Horse cards. Get inspired and try out new things.
Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop - Carry Over Event - Stampin' Hoot

The 2019 Artisan Design Team offers ideas for Carry Over Product. Shop online 24/7 with Stesha Bloodhart, Stampin' Hoot! Free Tutorials & Card Ideas

mustang card over bandana and paisley embossing

Hello! It's Saturday so that means it's time for another sketch from The Sweet Stop! This week i used one of my favorite horse stamps of all time. I embossed the image and decided to leave it as is with no coloring. Make sure you stop by and check out what the other Sugar Babies have created. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!! Cathy McCauley, Chrissy D, Monika Davis, Shannon White, Shelby Goolsby, Wendy Ramlakhan ~ Supply List ~ Stamps ~ Serendipity Mustang Paper ~ Black…

Horse on Sunset Beach

You know I love sunsets and silhouettes! Here is my latest creation using one of my favourites, High Tide, and a new stamp set called Let It Ride! Start with a piece of Whisper White cardstock measuring 5" x 3-3/4". Cut a Stamping Sponge into 8 wedges. Using one wedge, sponge Daffodil Delight ink in a circular motion into the center of the cardstock. Take another sponge wedge and lightly sponge a little Pumpkin Pie ink around the Daffodil Delight area, working in a circular motion and…

Riding Thoughts

I saw Stephanie Fischer's card on Pinterest, and thought it was awesome that she used so many stamps from the 'Let It Ride' stamp set! I knew I had to create one for myself. Thanks Stephanie! I used an aquapainter to paint in the grass background. Probably would've gotten a smoother background using the watercolor pencils or crayons. Oh well.... I used what I had on hand at the time. I colored the horses with Stampin' Blends markers. I think the Cinnamon Cider hue was perfect for the horses…

Stampin' Up! Let It Ride

Stampin' Up!'s Let It Ride stamp set retires as does the Birch background stamp and Copper Trim. Check the Last-Chance Retiring list.

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The Serene Stamper: "Let it Ride" Fun Fold Card - VIDEO

Hi Friends! It’s Friday – YAY! What are your plans for the weekend? This past week I painted the floor in my craft room, so tomorrow I plan on getting […]

Bags That One!: Let it Ride Stampin' Up! - Special Folds with SBTD January Blog Hop

Welcome to this months Stampers By the Dozen blog hop featuring special folds or fun folds even fancy folds, what ever you like to call them. So many choices and Pinterest was alive with suggestions, tutorials and even templates for all those folds. I have chosen the Joy Fold card for todays hop - even its name sounds nice. I have used the let it Ride stamp set that my daughter chose from the current Occasions catalogue - I let my kids pick a set each, each catalogue this one is my 19 year…

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Nostalgic-feeling fun inspired by classic games. Gets the whole family playing. Gallop to a victory. This horseracing board game has you race against other jockeys to reach the finish line first. It combines dice, cards, and little pegged horses that are full of nostalgic charm. The wooden board is handcrafted in Missouri and is made with the mission to bring families together for an old-school (and fun) screen-free game night.
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