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New Western Digi Release from Bombshell Stamps!

Howdy! Today is a big day for us Bombshells! We get to share some awesome new Bombshell Stamps Western Digis with you! Would ya like to see my sample???

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I used 3 images from the huge Western release (wait ‘till you see all of these fab images!) and one (the banner) from the Flag Frame digi set that is FREE for newsletter subscribers. I thought that the banner worked perfectly with these other images. Kinda reminded me of the Kentucky Derby!

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Here’s a close up. I used colored pencils on all of the images. I also used my wood grain texture plate from Fiskars, and added some chalk to highlight the embossing. I thought it really worked perfectly with these digis.

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I would also like to proudly mention that I have been published using Bombshell Stamps!!! In the latest issue of the online magazine, Scrapbook News & Review, I have a layout the features the focal image from the Man’s Ruin set. If you are a subscriber to the magazine, it’s in the Clean & Simple category, entitled, Tending Bar. I’m so thrilled to have been published!

Please be sure to check out the entire collection of these new Western images. You’re gonna love them!!! Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Cheryl Valadez said…
Alison, the banner digi is perfect to showcase this fabulous image! What a great idea! Love the woodgrain, too. What an awesome card!
Alyssa S said…
This is fabulous! Love the texture that the woodgrain embossing adds, and, as always, your coloring is beautiful :o)

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