(2014 c38) Unity Patriotic Boot

Today’s card features Unity Itty Bitty Stamps called Boots, Class and a Little Sas and  So Special, XOXO,

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe red striped paper on top makes me think of our flag and if you look at the card in the horizontal position the blue on the left fits as well.

The cut out for the sentiment was made with the die set called Ironwork Accents by Spellbinders.  This shape makes me think of big ole Texas belt Buckles.

The focal point was colored with Copics markers and cut out with Spellbinders Labels Eighteen.

Since the curly Q covered up the spur, I glued on a red star for the spur!

The final touch was the teensie red houndstooth check that was also cut with Ironwork Accents by Spellbinders.  This makes me think of all the wonderful Patriotic Banners we see around Independence Day aka July 4.

Challenges Entered:
UnityStampCompanyChallenge: Sketch 1610277130_10202903655065781_6473680742376421460_n

ModSquad:  Patriotic Thank You – Use Red White & Blue

SimonSaysStamp:  Anything Goes (Wed)

Case StudyChallenge:  Ch #193  (I chose Flowers & sparkly)



  1. Neat card and such a darling image. Love the boot image!

  2. jillianfoster82

    So elegant! Love that cowboy boot! Thanks for playing along at CASE Study!

  3. marcelle baldwin

    Fabulous card Lagene! Love that boot!

  4. What a sweet card glad you joined us over at Case Study.

  5. melissab1872

    Adorable card! Love the tall size of the card! Great image too!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!


  6. grizzlys4

    That is an awesome design Lagene! Love that cowboy boot! Thanks for playing along with us at Mod Squad!

  7. Awesome! Love that boot and the colors you used 🙂

    Thanks for joining us at Unity {be inspired} challenge.

    -Angeline DT

  8. beaglefest

    Love your patriotic boot & flowers! Great coloring & papers!

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