Yee Haw Ali & Giddy Up Oscar

Are you ready for some more Jude and the Rockers Just for Fun from Simply B Stampss?!  Well, today I have two for you that I’ve combined on a journal page – they were just perfect together and I’ve been excited to start a new journal book all week!

For my project I used Yee Haw Ali and combined her with Giddy Up Oscar from Simply B Stamps. In the background I used Garden Picket Fence from Make it Crafty which I colored in black and white to give a contrast between the foreground and background.  Then I loaded it up with embellishments and what nots… yeah!

Let’s see here, the main paper is Nana’s Kitchen from DCWV but I don’t remember where the Bingo paper is from.  I also used the Tim Holtz clock die and a printed clock face from stash.  The best part, however, is the ribbon which I found in the dollar section at my local scrapbook store – it looks just perfect for a western theme, don’t you think?

Here’s a close up of Yee Haw Ali blowing bubbles…

And a close up of Giddy Up Oscar too…

Thanks fro dropping by and I hope you’ve been enjoying this release as much as I have.  Don’t forget to check out the SBS Blog for more inspiration and thanks for dropping by.  😀

I’d like to enter this into the following challeges:
Inky Impressions Challenge – Anything Goes

11 thoughts on “Yee Haw Ali & Giddy Up Oscar

  1. My word Barbara – this is just FA-BU-LOUS. I is speechless and totally in awe of your stunning journal pages (have been for ages). I love this and those 2 are just the cutest lil cowboyz in town.Hugs, Mette


  2. You created the perfect background for these wonderful images – amazing! Love how you colored them, they pop against the black & white fence. such a cool journal page, the embellishments – awesome!


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