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Some Fun Western Cards

Hello friends.  I have to admit that I almost forgot I have a blog.  Life just gets to moving so fast that things fall by the wayside.  This morning, I had a few minutes and thought I would share with you some great new Western images at DRS Designs.  There are pretty cowboy boots, hats, cactus, a barn door, dancing cowgirls and cowboys, nd fun western words.  Here are a few that I have made with them so far and if you check out the DRS Designs Blog, you can see a bunch more.








This last one is my favorite with the colorful boots and fun feather in the hat.  The boots and hat are from one stamp called the 4-in-1 Cowboy Gear.  The sentiment is off a Western Word Square with 9 different sentiments that can be used individually or as a bg stamp. 

Fun stuff.  Hope you are doing well.

Hugz

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  1. It's been a while since you've been here - but came back with a bang. ALL Of these are just awesome!!!!! I have so many guys in the family that would love these cards. Great images and fabulous cards - each and every one! Good to see you again too.
    Lynn

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  2. It's lovely to see you Nancy, a fabulous collection of cards - I think I agree with you, the last one is my favourite as well, those colourful boots are brilliant.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  3. Wow, Nancy...your Western Themed cards are gorgeous!!! All 5 of your cards have beautiful and creative designs with all your new products. Thank you so much for sharing my friend. Hugs..

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  4. Welcome back to blogland again Nancy - it's good to know you're doing well and still crafting :) Love these great western-themed cards! I just love those piggies, but like you - my favorite is the boot scootin' boogie card with those awesome colors!

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  5. Hi Nancy,
    How nice to have you blog again. I have been missing you. Strange we haven't ever met yet we share such a special bond of craft and togetherness.

    Your cards are so fab - ALL of them. I do like the piggies very much though and the one with the cactus too I see to lean to. You are so talented and I love your style.

    Getting used to my daughter going away and when it is too much I just pray and hope that she is taken care of.

    We are in Singapore and she is in New York and I know many kids go so far away. Have to make my heart stronger.

    Lots of love,

    Monica

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  6. These are ALL amazing, Nancy! Wow, you should be on the payroll at DRS! You have showcased these images in the best way possible! Each one has fantastic details and I have to agree with you on that last colorful design! That feather is everything!! Please don't forget you have a blog, lol!! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. I love all these cards! So very nicely done! Don't ask me to pick a favorite!

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