Happy Tuesday!  Either I’m a little late with my post or very early . . . take your pick.  I had a brain storm (yes, it hurt!) this morning for a card and got started in the studio during The View.

Before I start with my card, I have to tell you . . .  I went to the orthopedic doctor yesterday and the x-rays show that my wrist has healed.  He told me I could go without the wristlet unless I was doing something where my wrist felt weak.  I start PT next Monday!  It feels so weird to finally have everything off my wrist.

Now  . . .  the cowgirl image I’ve used today is one I bought from Artful Illusions at StampAway recently.  The sentiment, which is computer generated, is something I found in an advertisement from on of the magazines my uncle gave me.  He loves all the western magazines and newspapers, so I get them pretty regularly, once he’s done with them.  Especially if it is something he thinks I can draw inspiration from he will have them set out for me when I stop by.


I tore this place apart looking for rhinestones and apparently, I don’t have any.  I will definitely remedy that situation!  So instead, for some added adornment I added some pearls around the scallops on the circles.  Other than that . . .  I think the sentiment pretty much sums up everything!

Thanks for stopping by and remember . . . life is short, take advantage of the adventures that come your way today!


21 Responses to “Her Pounding Heart!”

  1. Oh, how totally great!
    Could you tell me what lovely font that is? I am loving the idea of printing your own sentiment — and that one is perfect for your card! Great Job, Sherry! And pearls have _such_ class ;^)*

  2. I like this card xx

    What a good way to recycle, no-one would ever know xx

  3. This is awesome. Love the coat check tag, that gorgeous ribbon and paper and your layout. Beautiful. TFS

  4. Love your card! It is so “you”. Glad you are healing and hopefully getting back to normal with your wrist. Have missed you.

  5. I Love it!! What a great stamp, I love the color combo too!! :) Glad to hear the wrist is almost all healed up!! That is great, but take it easy.

  6. I love this and I think the pearls are perfect

  7. I adore this card with a capital A!!

  8. I want to be a cowgirl !!!! Great card!

  9. Hi Sherry!
    Glad to hear you have the bandages off and are healing.
    Love your card! The sentiment is awesome and I love the colours. She may not be a rhinestone cowgirl but I love the pearls. They seem to be work perfectly!
    Thanks for sharing! :o)

  10. This is one of the stamps that I bought after you caused all that rukus at that poor store!!! LMAO! I LOVE that sentiment too, and HOLY CRAP… Look at that unbound creativity FLY… take that wristlet off and it’s like you NEVER had a funk goin on in your head!!!!!

    This is SIMPLY LOVELY!!!!!

  11. Cute, sexy cowgirl! You go girl. Glad your wrist is healed. As soon as you’re done therapy, you’ll be good as new. Keep making those great cards. Edna

  12. Great card. Wish I had her legs! So glad your wrist is better. Thanks for your inspiration.

  13. Hey girl…..so glad to hear you are all healed. Take it easy though and keep those mitts healthy. I still have two more weeks to go in my “boot” ( unfortunately not the cowgirl type!) for the broken foot. Gosh getting old is the pitts!


  14. hm, I think I need to check out my hubby’s cowboy mags more closely. LOVE it. That sentiment is PERFECCT with that stamp. Damn, I wanna be one! :-).

    Glad your wrist is healing…..

  15. Bravoooooooooooooooo, elle est superbe
    heureuse de vous savoir en guérisson

  16. Love this, Sherry! Love the color combo, the papers, the pearls, and especially the cowgirl and sentiment. Those coat room check tickets are too cool too!

  17. Oh YeaH! This is it!

  18. so fun, like the tag with the pin too, great sentiment!

  19. Love this card. Kudos to your uncle for thinking of you with the magazines.

  20. Love the color combo. Such a fun card!

  21. beautiful, Sherry!

    Glad you got the OK to go without the wristlet… freedom!

    Hugs, Ree

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