Sunday 2 March 2014

Go Cowboy

This page was created in response to Sketchabilities 110, a lovely sketch which took me out of my comfort zone. For the photo I chose a shot of my son on his second birthday, riding his new rocking horse. He loved that horse as a boy but now he is a strapping lad of 20. Almost, but not quite, a heritage page!

Here is the design sketch:

Here is my take on it.

And a couple of details:

Equipment list: This page is mainly made using Stampin' Up products.
Paper: Bazzill White,  SU Cherry Cobbler designer paper and SU Cherry Cobbler, black scraps
Letters: Ruby Rocket alpha rub-ons, Thickers chipboard Remarks
Stampin' Up hardware clips, Cherry Cobbler ink and baker's twine, SU decorative dots embossing folder, 13/4" scallop circle, 13/8" circle punch, scallop tag-topper punch, SU make note rotary stamper, dimensionals, TCW Chicken wire mask, Tim Holtz Soot Noir distress ink, Nellie's nesting circle dies, scallop edge scissors, Francheville star brads.


  1. Your layout is gorgeous! So clean and so beautiful... love it! Thanks for playing along with us!!!

  2. Love the bits of red against the white and black! Thanks for playing along with us at Sketchabilities!

  3. Your layout is so cute! I like the clean style of your backgroundwork. Thanks for participating at sketchabiliies #110!

  4. I love the clean style of your backgroundwork! A very cute layout. Thanks for participating at Sketchabilities #110!