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Sunday, July 4, 2010

HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!

















Two July birthdays in the Everything Wendy Vecchi birthday card club means I made two identical cards with a patriotic July theme. And in honor of today, I placed my card on this patriotic scrapping paper.

Materials used:
Image from the Graphics Fairy, edited in photoshop to add birthday sentiment,
printed on Tredrix 100% cotton Artist canvas (my printer choked a couple of times, but I finally got it through.
Scissor distress canvas, trim with lace distressed with Tim Holtz Ranger weathered wood Distress ink, back with a piece of grungeboard placed inside the lace so that the entire square lays flat;
Kraft cardstock cut slightly smaller than size of Wendy Vecchi's Studio 490 by Stampers Anonymous background stamp.
place chipboard star in top corner of kraft paper and spray with Tsukineko Walnut Ink Antiquing Solution.
place post-it note or similar paper in top corner to cover star; use TH/Ranger faded jeans distress ink on Wendy's stamp, and stamp kraft square.
ink edges of square with Th/Ranger Fired Brick distress ink
now I have my simulated flag base.
Cut blue paper so that it's larger on the right side; use star stencil and Adirondack Cranberry Ink Dabber to created 3 stars horizontally on the right edge.
Create a greeting card with DCWV red cardstock and assemble.
Dye jute cord with Faded Jeans distress ink; thread though button and place on top of star.

10 comments:

Terry said...

Fantastic!! Love how you found a perfect paper background for this wonderful card! Happy 4th to you!

Wanda H said...

Wonderful card!!!!

Shar said...

So very pretty! What a great piece!

A Cards Delight said...

What an awesome card! Love the paper and distressing. The lace added the perfect touch to it! Very pretty card!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Wow, this is just a beautiful piece, so sweet, love your work!

Linda Cain said...

I love your blog, but today I'm sitting here reading and enjoying all your wonderful music, too. What a treasure. TFS!

Your Friend in Age and Art!

Linda

Betty Anne said...

Love the card you made, the picture is perfect for it.

Lynn Stevens said...

What a great tribute to the fourth! and Love the vintage look you created!

Lori said...

Awesome card!

Karen- The Graphics Fairy said...

Fabulous! What a darling card!! Thank you so much for linking this up to Brag Monday.

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