I've used my lovely horse from Horse Frontier again because riding is a sport (isn't it?!) and apparently it's excellent exercise for your derriere and thighs too! I stamped the horse into a mask made with my 2 1/2" circle punch and sponged a sky-ish background. I went a bit mask-tastic and made a mask for the horse too so that I could add a bit of hedge!
The horse was coloured with markers and a sentiment stamped over the image. Are you wondering if burglars have broken in and stolen all my other stamp sets?! I have got a bit carried away with these sets over the last few days haven't I - but I love the horse and the sentiment set too and so I've given myself free rein with them (oops, did you see what I did there?!)
Here's what you'll need to make this card
Stamps: Horse Frontier, Serene Silhouettes, A Word For You
Ink: Baja Breeze, Soft Suede, Raspberry Ripple
Card stock: Very Vanilla
Other: 2 1/2" circle punch, Early Espresso marker, stamp-a-majig
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I went through my horsey phase when I was nine or ten but my daughter got the bug quite a bit earlier. She was only two years old when she heard the sound of horses hooves outside and rushed to the window to watch a rider pass by outside. Suddenly she burst into tears and since she was inconsolable for some time I began to worry that she'd hurt herself somehow. Eventually she calmed down and was able to tell me that she wished so very much that she had been on the horse! What a funny, passionate little noodle she was! We got her a little rocking horse shortly after this which she never looked at, but when she got a plastic toy stables play set for Christmas, she played with nothing else for ages!
See you tomorrow,
See you tomorrow,