Thursday, June 16, 2011

"In God we Trust" 4th of July Card

As a veteran married to a veteran who is the daughter of two veterans and the grand daughter of veterans patriotic holidays are a big deal in our family. I wanted to make a few cards for the 4th of July and here is the first one I came up with last night.  I love the "A Child's Year" cartridge, but rarely use the silhouettes as silhouettes.  Instead, I cut them a bunch of time and create my own layers with different colors of cardstock and by adding little details like the belt, shirt color, hair and pant leg cuff.


Have a fantatic weekend and be sure to check back on Tuesday for my last post with My Pink Stamper - I can't believe the 6 months have flown by so quickly and our DT term is already up!

Recipe:
Cricut Cartridges: A Child's Year, Tags, Bags, Boxes and More, Plantin Schoolbook
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug: Swissdots
Patterned Paper: Graphic45, October Afternoon, Prima, Miss Arts Papercrafting School: Ruth's Recipe Kit
Dies: Nestabilities Circles: 3," 2.25" 

Star Punch: EK Success
Lace: Wyla
Adhesive: Zip Dry, Glue Dots, Tombow Aqua Liquid Glue
Buttons: Misc.

Cuts:
A Child's Year: "4July2-s" cut at 2.5" from white, peach, brown, gray, black, and white cardstock, blue star patterned paper, and yellow patterned paper

Tags, Bags, Boxes and More: (round card base) "circle" cut with "mirror" function selected at 2.75 inches

Plantin Schoolbook: "star" cut at 6.5"

Thanks for stopping by,

CarrieAnne

5 comments:

  1. Adorable!! Love how you created your own layers here, Carrie!

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  2. WHat a fabulous creation my friend I love to see shape cards and you did wonderful thanks for the inspiration :)

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  3. Love your Card!!! I Love Shape Cards. Hope to get a Gypsy so I can make some. :0)

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  4. I love love this card. Now I have to go make one!!!!! Thanks Callyann
    callyannc@live.com

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