11 Responses to “I Do Love a Challenge!”

  1. I love your western card Sherry…and that says a lot because I’m really not into the whole cowboy thing…but your layout is fabulous and I love the little noose you made. It’s just the right touch.

  2. LOVE the cowboy card! I immediately wanted to CASE it, but I’ve only bought Wanted so far, not Bronc Buster… and now you are tempting me to spend more money! (as usual!)

  3. Love both of those cards, but especially the butterfly one. Beautifully done. Are we going to see a card with the rooster image some time? I’d love to see it.

  4. Hi, Sherry. I am a stalker on your blog and I just had to leave a comment about your “Wanted” card. It’s FABULOUS! I love that stamp set and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. Your blog is a total inspiration to me. I check everyday and I get so many wonderful ideas. Thanks for letting the world see the works of art you make…oh and keep up the good work! Hugs, Angie 🙂

  5. Wonderful cards, Sherry! I love the rugged look of the Bronc card, and your Priceless card is so pretty with all the Stickles and jewels! Awesome!

  6. Both of your cards are absolutely stunning! I will have to try your technique as I have all the things needed but just don’t use them. Thanks for pre-testing and sharing your secret!!

  7. Girl, you crack me up with your noose….Love your cards! They are both just beautiful!

  8. I LOVE this card..so pretty!

  9. Love that Bronc bustin CARD!!!!! It’s the cats pajamas!!!!!

  10. There really is such a beauty to these Western sets and Outlaw paper and you did such a fine job of showing it off in all its glory! Your distressed main image panel looks like an old, torn piece of muslin. An amazing card and wonderful work with the alcohol inks. Thanks so much for sharing all the inspiring information about your discoveries. The Priceless card is a complete about face from the first card–so feminine and delicate. You make me all confused about what I want to stamp next!

  11. Sherry I am ever so crazy about this card, I really need to make this!! Awesome and thanks for the inspiration (AGAIN)

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