Friday, June 8, 2012
Festive Friday Blog Hop #11
Hello, and welcome to another Festive Friday! We are a group of paper crafters and designers creating Christmas Cards every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month (except December). The goal is to inspire all year round and get a head start on crafting holiday cards.
You should have come from Carol Burns Blog, or if you are just getting started, use the "HOP" button below and on my side bar to jump to the next blog.
Another card from my scraps bin, I hate to waste anything crafty :o)
The holly was created for my Robin's Nest Table-scape project.
A little twist on the Holiday theme: to remember my patriotism and freedom.
The Liberty paper is by Robin's Nest, matted onto embossed gold card stock by Frances Meyer. The last layer of paper is glossy red alcohol inked card stock by Murdock Creations.
The metallic red star is by Purple Cows using the Heat It! Tool.
Of course, glitter on the holly berries makes it all work! :o)
Thanks so much for stopping by! Now hop on over to see what Amanda Marks has to share. If you get lost, just look for the Festive Friday logo!
Posted by Becky Conley at 11:39 AM
Labels: Festive Friday, freedom, patriotic, Purple Cows, Robin's Nest, statue of liberty
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very cool!!! I say is great to do different!ReplyDelete
This is absolutely fantastic....how clever can you be. TFSReplyDelete
Love this, patriotic & festive!ReplyDelete
love this image..ReplyDelete
Love your crafty recycling into a lovely Patriotic Holiday card! Beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Very cute idea!ReplyDelete