Always room for a "sweet saying" with this week's Nacho Average Challenge #109! (Insert snicker here, lol...)
So, I started out by looking around for what I could use to address the vertical and horizontal elements of the sketch along the lower left corner of the sketch. I'll be honest, I was first thinking ribbon or twine. Then, I thought, hey, what about barbed wire?! Because of course, I just got my new set, Yee-Haw! How could I NOT have this set, living in Arizona?? Yes, yes, I totally got it for the phrase "Rootin' Tootin'" and yes, I have once again started out by NOT using the stamp that first caught my eye, but have patience my pretties, I'll get there! I did put a horse-shoe on the inside, at least...
Yee-Haw Stamp Set; Early Espresso, Basic Gray, Crumb Cake & Whisper White CS; Early Espresso, Basic Gray, Pear Pizzazz & Crushed Curry Inks.
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