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Horse Digital Scrapbooking Freebie

Posted by gram210 on June 8, 2009

Western fans and horse lovers, here’s a digital scrapbooking kit that will have all you mustangs, pintos, thouroughbreds and paints bursting out of the corral and chomping at the bit to try out these new digital goodies right out the feed bag.

For a limited time download a free mini kit of the: Champion Horse Mini Digital Scrapbooking Kit

You must see the whole kit to appreciate all the bits and pieces.

For the complete kit go to: Champion Horse Digital Scrapbooking Kit

Champion Horse Digital Scrapbooking Kit. Gee, this kit has so many elements and papers that I had to fit it on to two pages to display it all. This kit will Trigger your love of horses. This painted variety includes tack, horse groomers, oats, horse shoes, a bit, a spur, saddles, horse feathers and more. Whoa! Hold on their little dogie.

There’s papers 12×12 at 300ppi adding up to 15. These papers are totally unique. Two are made using sisal twine, 4 are paisley bandanas, 1 is made from bales of hay, there’s a blue and white horse blanket, 5 are using a design that I pulled off a cowboy shirt and my very favorite are the two that started out as pony tail elastic hair bands. You’ll be winnying once you take a look at what’s in this corral to take out for a gallop.

Black Beauty will be ready to giddy up with a British saddle or Western saddle. Several lariats to rope your little Palomino or a nice brush to smooth those horse feathers. Huh! There’s no such thing as horse feathers.

Silver sheriff star for the Mustang rider, belt buckles, cowboy hats and boots, reins, wooden sign, bolo tie with silver saddle, silhouettes of two horses and 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place ribbons for the winning Champion.

There are several unique photo frames one made with oats, the other using a cowboy design, plus a fence to use as a photo frame and two ropes.

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