HOWDY!!! It's time to join us for our February Moxxie Blog Hop!
This month you could win the entire Western Round-Up collection. This collection has an amazing color line in denim blues, rich golds, country browns and kerchief reds, which will be perfect for all your cowboys and cowgirls! So grab your boots, chaps and cowboy hats and follow us on this wild west adventure!!
To have a chance at winning, you need to round-up your coffee and hop through all eleven participating blogs, checking out all the spectacular creations of each Moxxie Muse, and leave a comment for each one of them!
Comments will close at midnight CST on Tuesday, February 5. Winner will be announced the next day on the Moxxie blog.
So, are you ready to see some great inspirations from the Muses?? Giddy up and enjoy the ride! Remember to leave your comments along the way for your chance to win* a Western Round Up collection of your own!!
(*International fans are welcome to play along if they
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Happy Friday Moxxie friends!
Today I'm so excited to share a fun new page with you featuring a bit of western flair. This collection is really fantastic! Here is what I created:
The stitched flourish was cut from the "100% Western" sheet:
I also adore the denim pattern paper and the burlap patterns along with the red paisley, stripes and checks. The versatility is endless! So, the inspiration for the page came from the photo. I had been waiting to scrap this one since I took it in early October. It was taken on a whim and I absolutely loved it! The hay and wagon meshed perfectly with this line!
To anchor the flourish, I used the circular sticker and added a few wood veneers from Studio Calico. They felt a bit spur-like to me. They were inked with Biscotti PowderPuff Chalk Ink from Quick Quotes. I used Coconut White PowderPuff Chalk Ink to add a bit of interest to the edges of my brown layer underneath.
The die cuts that come with this line are always so fun to work with! Here you'll see the denim circle that I backed with the red paisley print. I then used a Martha Stewart Doily punch on the denim paper again.
To finish that embellishment, I added a small iTop brad covered with the burlap paper. The ticket was punched and I used burlap ribbon behind it as my pull and attached with my Tiny Attacher.
The three red star circles in the bottom left are stickers from the collection and the "Rough and Rowdy" and "Yee-Haw" sentiments are die cuts as well as the red paisley scalloped border.
Your next stop on the hop is the lovely and talented Ange Weisbeck.
Rhonda Van Ginkel (You are here!)
Thanks so much for stopping on over today! Have a super scrappity (stay healthy - Super Bowl) weekend!!!