Friday, April 9, 2010

Yippie Ki Yay



I was inspired by the old west when I was little, and watched all of the western shows. Ponderosa, Wild Wild West, etc. I have always wanted to live back in those days. When I was growing up, my girl friend and I would ride her horses and play cowboys and indians, we even had cap guns. We ran the legs off of those poor horses, but had the most fun ever. One night around midnight we rode thru a subdivision close to her house at a gallop yelling the British are coming, the British are coming. I don't think the residents were to happy with us. Oh well I digress, anyway....




I created this using Old West from Cricut and my Gypsy. I had a lot of fun. It's my version of paper dolls. Hope you like it.

11 comments:

Angela Mclean said...

WOW this is FANTASTIC!
Really great job!
Angela xxx.

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

WOW! This is a lot of work! and it is beautiful, I can't help but just look at all the detail in this! Very Nice!

SweetSassyDiva said...

like i said on the MB absolutly beautiful! don't tell my kids! lol

http://sweetsassydiva-gspot.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

This is such an AWESOME project! I am going to ask this on the board, but how did you get everything to stand up? I know some of the images are connected to one another but some of the images looks as if they are standing alone.

Mercy!!!

Lori Apgar said...

What a fun toy you just created!! My nieces would love this!

Cindy McVey said...

WOW WOW WOW! What a lot of work you put into this! Super job!!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely FUN with a capital F!! Hours of memories at play... your daughter is very lucky.
Love the Appy too! imafarmgirl

Sue Pickwell said...

Wow Wow Wow, Great Project!
Sue

Beatriz Farquhar Guzman said...

wow... this is amazing!!!!! It is fabulous!

nancy100nl said...

Hi, I love what you did. You should have put it on grass. We would not have seen that it isn't real lol.

Greetings Nancy

LorraineB said...

This is totally amazing!!! I love the picture with the two cowboys next to the fench with the saddle and the horses in the back ground. The windmill is anazing and I love the details on the barn! What detail and beautiful work you have done!!! I love love love it!!!!!
Lorraine