Who doesn't love a good Western!?! Well all the gals at this weeks MotherMark's TeaParty have got their 'boots on' and scooted over there pretty quick: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...d.php?t=474521
We're off to Dodge City as Miss Kitty is having a little 'man trouble ' and we aim to bring her a new man - Matt Dillon has taken way too long to make an 'honest woman' of her.
Being partial to the odd western I eagerly got out my images and DP #compliments of sistah Pat Smethers# and started on my journey - well let me ask you - have you travelled economy lately - I don't care how many 'horse power' they say those engines have, but in the economy section, sitting in one of their 'streamlined' seats is equivalent to riding in a rodeo - in my opinion....just like the one on this card - what is with that!?! LOL!
I could not resist using this image - my eyes have been inundated with the sight of the WWW Man and 'cowboy butts' but I have to say that none of them compare with the 'Part'n'er' that I have right here at home with me...so I wasn't even going to go there...instead I just plodded along chalking, distressing and embellishing, slowly making my way to the scene of this week's TeaParty.....I have to tell you, I nearly tripped myself up with 'that there twine' and hardware - with so many distractions I had to stay really focused with this one!
Now girls....keep your eyes on the task at hand - it is Miss Kitty that we are finding a man for....although personally I thnk Matt Dillon is worth hanging in there for - he is 'da Man' so honey...a little more 'powder and paint' and maybe a bit more of the 'home cooking' to fatten him up so he can't even get onto his horse and you are half way there!! LOL!
Thanks for looking and for your encouraging comments - you make my day....oh and my hint of the day - put away a few dollars each week so you can go First Class when you travel - this economy thing is over rated - I certainly never met my 'Mat Dillon' on any flight, but sure did come across plenty of 'Festus Haggin' and 'Drunken Dan' types - skeery!! LOL! Keep a look out for me girls - I am on my way - yeehaa!! You can find me and more on my Blog: http://lovelylindascraftcentral.blogspot.com
Date: Wednesday, January 6, 2010 GMT Views: 687
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Wed, Jan 06, 2010 @ 11:00 PM
Well, pardner...Saddle up! WWWoo-hoooo! Miss Linda, you done yor-sef jist fine here. Yes m'am! Fine! Your distressing looks great. Good tea party, huh? Love you....
------------------------------ Pat Smethers
"The Lord will guide you always; He will satisfy your needs in a sun scorched land and strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden." Isaiah 58:11
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 68423
Wed, Jan 06, 2010 @ 11:44 PM
Hi Linda, you made it - economy or not. What a totally cool western card - your fab papers, the perfect charm, the hardware, and of course the perfect image. I guess you have quite a strong racing industry down there, so I am thinking you have brought some pretty good horseflesh along as well as your mystery cowboy.
Registered: April 23, 2006 Location: Looking For Teapots! Posts: 59993
Thu, Jan 07, 2010 @ 4:41 AM
Hey Linda! Glad you got here! OMG! Girlfriend, you look a little frazzled, tired, actually just plain ole tuckered out! Well, follow me, I will take you to Kitty's personal sitting room (its in the back of the saloon) and you can freshin' up at bit before you say hi to the girls! Snort!
I love your card and your commentary! Giggle! I agree about Matt being pretty hard to let loose of but as far as fattenin' him up, you don't know Matt, he will just get a bigger horse, one with more horse power! Ya know???
I love your card! The little charm thingy rocks! And that Pat Smethers, I betcha there is not a SCSer that she has not sent something western to! I am so glad you made it! Maybe we should start a donation jar at the tea parties, everybody chips in for travel money! Yah, that could work!