I had so much fun creating my projects for the Maya Road booth this summer...I felt like a little girl at play with her glitter, paint, trinkets, and trims. These two cards use heaps of beautiful Maya Road products such as the Singleton You Are stamp set, Linen Burlap Trim, Tiny Vintage Wood Ruler, Wood Buttons, and many other items you can find in their catalog or on the Maya Road blog.
The scrunched seam binding on both of these cards is from My Craft Spot.
This boy is looking so much better...shiny coat, round belly, sassy personality when he doesn't get fed fast enough, but full of sweetness most of the time. We loaded him up in the horse trailer and took him to the pasture a few days ago where he can munch on sweet meadow grass and hang with the other horses and mules for a while...good for him, but I'm missing him. My chore list is quite a bit shorter without him around but he'll be back before long. I've hung up my pitchfork for a while. I loved watching Sierra's confidence grow as she rode him...she got to the point where she'd go on a ride all by herself along the ridge and back again...and then would attempt taking off his and saddle, ha :) Made for a nervous mama, but she did great. So very good for her and fun for her daddy and I to watch.
P.S. Another boy I love has started a blog where he shares his very personal story. I am sharing his link here just in case someone else out there is going through a difficult time. My brother's blog, A Life Worth Living.