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Country Livin' Rhinestone Boots

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I hosted a western themed stamping retreat a few weeks ago. If you missed the pictures you can find them HERE.  I needed a simple, yet pretty western card and found one I wanted to CASE from Beverlee.  

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Watercolor Paper makes everyone look like an artist!  I used Dapper Denim ink and an Aqua Painter to watercolor in the boots. Soft Suede ink was used to create the dirt, the buckles and lining on the boots.  

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The lasso is created for 20" of Linen Thread.  I cut another 4" piece to tie it together at the top then adhered it with a Glue Dot.  
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And, the rhinestones!  This cowgirl needs a few rhinestones!  

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I embossed the white layer using the Confetti Embossing Folder (retiring) - a must have if you ask me. It goes with everything!  

A Delicate White Doily was used to create the ruffled edge, reminding me of a petticoat. I cut the doily in half and then cut out the center, leaving just the scalloped edge.  I scrunched it, as I adhered it along the bottom of the image layer.    

If you missed my quick tip video about watercoloring on Watercolor Paper you can find it HERE!  

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HJ

Really cute card, Lisa. Love the rhinestones and the lasso!

Lisa's Stamp Studio

Thanks, HJ! I appreciate the comment and the fact you stopped by. Have a great week!

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