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Saturday, July 04, 2009

Happy Independance Day!


Good Saturday morning and Happy Independence Day to you all! This July let us remember that freedom is not free. Many have fought and died so that we can have this freedom we enjoy today. Many still fight for these same freedoms. Let us not forget that freedom still comes with sacrifice, responsibility, and a price. I also hope that today is a safe and happy holiday for everyone.
In sticking with the holiday theme I thought that I'd share with you a couple more 4th of July cards, how's that sound?
I made this card with an image that I received from a RAK. I'm sorry, I'm not sure who makes the stamp ~ but I can say that I've had it for a while and I did not want to part with it til now.
The base card is Pacific Point that I layered with Riding Hood Red and DP from Reminisce. I colored the image in with my markers and added a little bit of glam here and there with my sakura gel pen. The picture really does not do it justice, it's a lot more sparkly in real life.

This card I created with a stamp that I've had since I first started stamping, it is from Print Works. I colored the image in with my watercolor crayons then sponged some Real Red ink around it before layering it on to a piece of Riding Hood Red cs. The base card is Pacific Point that I layered with Riding Hood Red and DP from The Paper Studio and Reminisce. The sentiment is an UM stamp that I had received in a grab bag a long time ago from a stamp show ~ I colored that with my markers and stamped it on to white cs. I sponged a little Real Red ink around the panel before adhering it to a piece of Riding Hood Red and Pacific Point scraps. I cut the Pacific Point piece a little like a flag then used pop dots to adhere it to the card.

So wadda ya think?

Please don't forget the freebie that I posted the other day from Living Locurto. It's not too late to print some off for your 4th of July cookout. She's got lot's of great stuff on her site, I'm sure that she will become one of your favorites too!

Once again have a super great day today!

1 comment:

Bridgett said...

Oh I love them all! They are just beautiful!
Hugs,
Bridgett