Friday, June 15, 2018

Happy 21st Birthday Card


Today I have a card I sent to one of my granddaughters for her 21st birthday. 

1. Start with a 6 inch card.  

2.  Cut a piece of white card stock slightly smaller for the front of the card.  Score around the edges using a ScoreBoard.  Attach to the front of the card.  

3.  The Beaded Circle Frames die set was used to die cut the pink circle that is glued inside the edge of the black circle.  Add pink pearls in the small circles around the edge.

4.  The largest Fitted Circles die was used to die cut a white circle.  Use the second largest Fitted Circles to cut a black circle.  Attach the black circle over the white circle.  

5.  The Garden Notes Peony 2 die set was used to die cut petals for 3 flowers.    Each peony was created using about 10 layers of petals. The petals were colored using two shades of PanPastels. The petals were shaped using the Flower Tool Kit.

6.  Use the Garden Notes Alstroemeria die set to create two flowers.  Color the petals using the bright pink PanPastels.   Add pollen to the end of each stamen.  

7.  Use the Trio of Leaves die set to die cut 2 leaf branches.

8.  Use the Small Flowers die set to create the three purple flowers.  Shape them with the Flower Tool Kit and add Prills to the center of each.

9.  Attach all the flowers and leaves to the left side of the die cut circles. 

10.  Use the Sentiments 1 - Celebration Stamp and Die sets for the sentiments  and attach with dimensional tape.

11.  Use the Blackboard Numbers die set and die cut the numbers to represent the birthday year.  

12.  Use the Dancing Butterfly die set and die cut one butterfly and attach to the upper right corner.

You can shop for the products I used by clicking on the product links below.

Thank you for stopping by today.




Monday, June 11, 2018

Tropical Vibes


What a fun card to create!   Today I combined the Joset Designs Tropical Floral with her Dolphin die sets to create this Tropical Vibes card.  The flowers from the Tropical Floral die set do not need to be shaped, but because I am on Susan's Design Team, I couldn't resist shaping them.  Here is how the card was created.

Begin with a 6-inch square card.  Cut a piece of white card stock slightly smaller and score around the edges. Attach to the front of the card.   Cut a piece of Soft Blue Soft Finish card stock to fit inside the white piece.  Score around the edges.  Add inside the white piece.

Use the largest  Stitched Hexagon and the second largest  Fitted Hexagon dies to create a white frame.  Use the largest Hexagon die to die cut a light blue hexagon to glue behind the white frame.  

Use the Beach Sentiments stamp set for the sentiment inside the Hexagon.  Stamp with VersaFine black ink and clear emboss the sentiment.

Attach the Hexagon to the front of the card using dimensional tape.

Use the Dolphin die set and die cut the dolphin and water splash.  Cut a small portion of the splash off to fit inside the hexagon.  Lightly sponge blue ink around the edges of the splash.  Add glue to the splash and add Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter to give it a 'wet' look.  

Sponge color onto the Dolphin; use light blue and light gray inks.  Glue the splash(es) inside the hexagon frame as shown.  Add the Dolphin using dimensional tape under the head and mid body and a glue dot under the tail.  Add small pearls around the splash.



Use the Tropical Florals die set and die cut 3 Hibiscus, 3 Split Leaf Philodendron, and 3 Fan Palms, using white card stock.  Color the pieces with Copic markers.  Shape the flowers and leaves using Susan's Flower Tool Kit.  Add Pollen to the stamen. Press the Split Leaf Philodendron onto a VersaMark Pad, add clear embossing powder and heat; this will give the leaves the waxy appearance.   Arrange all the leaves and flowers, as shown.

This will be a fun card to give to anyone.

You can mail this card in one of the acrylic boxes, linked below.

The products used are linked below.





Thursday, June 7, 2018

Summer Fun on the Beach


It is so fun to work with the Joset Designs die sets.  Today I have created a scene using her newly released Sand Castle, Palm Trees, and Flamingo die sets.  I also used some of Joset's older die sets which include:  Small Shells, Large Shells, Seaweed, and Rainbow.  

Step 1.  This scene was created on an 8-inch square canvas.  To create the background, use Susan's Sky & Earth Stencil and Stormy Sky Distress Ink to sponge on clouds.  In the center of the canvas, use Salty Ocean Distress Ink with a little purple distress ink along the top.  To create the sandy beach, sponge on brown Distress Inks.  It is hard to see in the picture, but a gray fine line marker was used to create waves in the water and along the coast line.

Step 2.  Both the Castle and the Sand piles  were die cut with Clear Double Sided Adhesive attached to the top of white card stock.  Die cut both the sand mounds from the Seaweed die set twice and the large sand mound from the Palm Trees die set just once.  The dies used are Sand Castle, Palm Trees, and Sea Weed die sets for the sand.  In my stash, I have a bottle of craft sand.  The adhesive covering was removed and the craft sand was pressed into the adhesive.  The large sand mound from the Palm Trees die set was trimmed off on the bottom, then attached to the lower right corner.

 Step 3.  Use the Palm Trees die set and die cut both trees, using white card stock.  Sponge on color.

Step 4.  Use the Sand Castle die set and die cut the bucket/handle and shovel.  Color with markers.  Add one of the small sand piles in the top of the bucket.  Add the shovel as shown. One small edge of the shovel was cut off so it appears it is down in the bucket.

Step 5.  Use the Flamingo die set and die cut the Flamingo.  Sponge on color. 

Step 6.  Use the Small Shells die set and die cut three shells.  Color with markers.

Step 7.  Use the Large Shells die set and die cut the crab.  Color with markers.

Step 8.  Use the Rainbow Sky die set and die cut two clouds and the sun.  Sponge lightly around the edge of the clouds with the Stormy Sky Distress Ink.  Sponge color on the sun.

Step 9.  Assemble the pieces onto the canvas as shown.  I used glue dots on the back of the die cuts, rather than glue, so they stuck down immediately.

Step 10.  Use the A Way With Words 4 Seasons and Fun Play die sets for the sentiment.

I had a lot of fun creating this fun scene.  I plan to purchase a frame for this canvas.

You can shop for the Elizabeth Craft Designs products I used by clicking on the pictures below.





Tuesday, June 5, 2018

A Way With Words New Release


Good Morning.  This is a happy day.  Today Elizabeth Craft Designs has a new A Way With Words Release and the design team has created a variety of cards using the new Suzanne Cannon's die sets.  You can click on this LINK to view all the cards designed by the team on the Elizabeth Craft Designs BLOG, to give you a lot of inspiration.

Here is the information about how my card was designed:

1.  Use a 6 inch square card.  Cover the front with a piece of the design paper from the ModaScrap Christmas Holidays paper pack.

2.  Use the A Way With Words Wreath & Elements die set and die cut one white wreath.  Use markers to color the flowers and leaves, leaving the inside circle white. Markers used on this card are Copic E04 and G21.   Attach to the front of the card.

3.  Use the A Way With Words Make A Wish die for the sentiment.  Use a piece of white card stock, that has Clear Double Sided Adhesive on top, to die cut the sentiment.  Peel off the covering of the adhesive and cover the sentiment with Petal Pink Fine Microfine Glitter from the new Bloom Glitter Palette.  Attach the glittered sentiment inside the Wreath.

4.  Use the Garden Notes Rose 3 die set and create one rose and two rose buds.  Use the same marker used to color the rose buds on the frame to color the petals of the Garden Notes Rose and buds.  Use Susan's Flower Tool Kit to shape the flower petals and leaves.

5.  Use Susan's new Garden Notes Baby's Breath die set to create the Baby's Breath.  Cut apart the stem and arrange around the lower left corner of the Rosebud Wreath.  Attach the Rose and Rosebuds as shown.

This card can be mailed in one of the Acrylic Boxes in the supply list below.

You can shop for the Elizabeth Craft Designs products by clicking on the links below.




Friday, June 1, 2018

Lilacs in Pitcher




Good Morning.  Today I have created a card using Susan's Garden Notes Lilac 2 die set and her new Garden Notes Stitched Oval dies.  

Here is how to duplicate this card.
Step 1.  Use a 5 x 6 1/2 inch card base.  Cut a piece of white card stock to fit front of card.  Use the Garden Notes Stitched Oval die set and tape the three largest ovals, centered on this piece of  card stock.  Run through the die cutting machine.  You will have an opening in the 5 x 6 1/2 piece of card stock, two die cut oval frames and a die cut oval.

Step 2.  Use the Lots of Dots Embossing Folder to emboss the center oval.

Step 3.  Use a Score Board and score around the edges of the 5 x 6 1/2 inch piece.  Attach to the front of the card.  Fit and attach all the die cut ovals back inside the die cut oval.  I forgot to die cut the ovals with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on the back of the 5 x 6 1/2 card stock and wish I had.  The Double Sided Adhesive would have allowed the ovals to lay flatter because each oval would have had complete adhesive coverage.

Step 4.  Use the Garden Notes Pottery Pitcher die set for the container.  Place a piece of lavender vellum over a piece of  Clear Double Sided Adhesive.  Add a piece of Clear Double Sided Adhesive to the top of white card stock. Die cut both the vellum and white card stock using the Pottery Pitcher die.  Use an embossing folder to add design to the vellum.

Step 5.  Use the Garden Notes Bouquet Stems & Branches die set to die cut green stems.  Place the stems over the adhesive side of the white die cut pitcher, with the top of the stems above the top of the pitcher,  then press down the purple pitcher that has the adhesive on the back.  Attach the pitcher, with dimensional tape in the center of the pitcher to give some dimension, and glue around the outside edges, leaving the top open.


Step 6.  Use the Garden Notes Lilac 2 die set and create 3 sets of lilacs.  Attach the lilacs over the stems at the top of the pitcher.  Attach the leaves as shown.

Step 7.  Use the Sentiments 2 - Just Because stamp and die set for the sentiment.






Monday, May 28, 2018

Feel Better Vase of Daisies


It is so fun to create realistic flowers using Susan's Garden Notes die sets.  Today I created a bouquet of white Shasta Daisies with Forget-Me-Nots.  Here is how the card was designed.

Use a 6 inch square card.  Cover the front with a piece of design paper from the ModaScrap Sweet Vintage Rose design paper pack.  

Use the Garden Notes Pottery Pitcher die set to create the vase.  Use a piece of clear acetate with Clear Double Sided Adhesive attached to one side.  Die cut the pitcher.  Die cut a piece of white card stock that has Clear Double Sided Adhesive on the top.  Sprinkle Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter on the bottom portion of the adhesive.  This will give a little sparkle to resemble water in the vase.   Use the Garden Notes Bouquet and Stems die set to die cut green stems. .  Attach the stems so they show through the lower portion of the pitcher.  Pull the adhesive covering off the white die cut pitcher and attach the acetate pitcher over the white die cut pitcher.  Attach the Pitcher at the bottom of the card, as shown. 

Use the Garden Notes Forget-Me-Not die set and die cut four stems and enough flowers to cover them.  Attach these flowers in the pitcher, leaving room for the daisies. 

Use the Garden Notes Shasta Daisy die set and create 6 daisies.  Shape the petals and leaves using the Flower Tool Kit.  Add yellow pollen in the center of each flower.  Arrange the daisies as shown to create a full bouquet. 

Use the Dancing Butterfly set and die cut one butterfly using Dusky Sky Soft Finish Cardstock.  Attach the butterfly in the upper left corner.

Use the Sentiments 2 - Just Because die set and matching dies for the sentiment.  Attach to the lower right side of the card.

I think these pretty flowers will help someone to feel better.

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the product links below.




Saturday, May 26, 2018

Hello Daisies


Today I created a fun card using Susan's new Shasta Daisy die set.   I love creating daisies with this die set and thought I would do something a little different.  Here is how I created this card.

Start with a 6 inch square card.  Cover the front with a piece of the ModaScrap Rio de Janerio design paper.

Use the Dotted Scallop die set to die cut one white square. The outside measurement of this square is 4 1/2 inches. 

Use one of the new Frame It/Stitched Square dies and one Fitted Square die to create a narrow frame. The outside side edge of this frame measures 4 inches. 

Cut a piece of white card stock 4 inches square.  Sponge on blue, purple and yellow inks to create a colorful background.  Use the Banner Sentiments stamp set and use the Hello Sunshine stamp to stamp only the Hello.  Attach this piece to the back of the narrow frame.
Attach the frame, with dimensional tape to the Dotted Scallop square.

Use the new Garden Notes Shasta Daisy die set to create three daisies.  Before assembling the flowers, cut off three or four petals off the top of each daisy layer.  Shape the flower petals and leaves using the Flower Tool Kit.  Assemble the flowers with all the petals  only on the lower side of the flower, as shown.  Add yellow pollen over the center of each flower.  Attach the daisies over the center frame, using dimensional glue dots.  Trim off the stems that go over the bottom of the frame.  Attach the daisy frame, at an angle, as shown.

Use one of the acrylic boxes, linked below, to mail this card.

Who do you know that would love to receive this cute card?

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the product links below.

Have a nice holiday weekend.




Forget-Me-Nots



One of the new Susan's Garden Notes flower is the Forget-Me-Not.  This is such a pretty little flower and very easy to assemble.

Start with a 6 inch square card.  Cover the front with a piece of the ModaScrap Fly & Scrap design paper.

Use the Dotted Scallop Rectangle die set to die cut a white rectangle to fit on the left side of the card.  Use two of the Dashing Rectangle dies to create a smaller frame to fit inside the Dotted Scallop Rectangle.  Attach to the center of the larger rectangle.

Use the Garden Notes Forget-Me-Not die set and create three sets of flowers.  Create the flowers using Susan's Flower Tool Kit and Kids Choice Glue.    Arrange the flowers inside the rectangle frame.  Add a blue organza bow.

Use Susan's Seeds of Thought stamp set and stamp, using VersaFine Black Ink onto white card stock.  Clear emboss.  Cut the sentiment apart and sponge blue ink around edges of each one.  Attach to the card as shown.

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the product list below.



Friday, May 25, 2018

Forsythia - Miss You


Aren't these forsythia beautiful!  These flowers were created using Susan's new Garden Notes Forsythia die set.  Also in her new Garden Notes release are sets of Frame It/Stitched die sets in square, oval, square and rectangle.  I used the new Stitched Square dies on this card.  In total, there are 14 new Susan's Garden Notes die sets now available.

This is a 6 inch card.  A piece of the ModaScrap Rio De Janerio gray polka dot design paper was added to the front.  

Use a 6 inch piece of white card stock and the Frame It/Stitched Square die set to create the largest frame.  Use a piece of white card stock 3 1/2 inches square.  Tape the Frame It/ Stitched Square die, centered, to create a 1/2 inch wide frame.  Use a Score Board and score around the outside edges of both frames. 

Use a piece of white card stock 3 1/2 inches square and  spray with water -- sprinkle on yellow Brusho to create a yellow background.  Attach this piece to the back of the 3 1/2 inch frame.  Attach the frame as shown in the photo above.

Use the Garden Notes Forsythia die set and create three forsythia branches.  Shape the flowers using Susan'd Flower Tool Kit.  Add a yellow Prill in the center of each flower.  Arrange the flowers as shown and attach inside the small frame.  Add a gray organza bow, as shown.

Use the Sentiments 1 - Celebration stamp and die set to create the sentiment.  Die cut two additional backs and glue behind the stamped sentiment, to create dimension.

All the Garden Notes new die sets are now available from Elizabeth Craft Designs.  You can click on the products below to shop for these products. 





Thursday, May 24, 2018

Congrats



Today I have another card with some of the newly released Garden Notes die sets.  This card has the Shasta Daisy, Baby's Breath, Forsythia and Eculyptus  included in the arrangement.

Use the Garden Notes Shasta Daisy die set and create 3 daisies.  Use the Flower Tool Kit to shape the flowers.

Use the Baby's Breath Die set to create the Baby's Breath

Use the Forsythia die set to create the Forsythia.

Use the Susan's Garden Rose 1 die set to create a pretty rose. 

Use the Garden Notes Ecalyptus die set to create two ecalyptus branches.

Use the Garden Notes Frame It/Stitched Ovals die set to create the black oval.  Attach to the front of the card.

Arrange the flower bouquet, as shown on the card. 

Use the Sentiments 1 stamp and die set for the Congrats sentiment.

I will have another card tomorrow with more flowers from the new release.

You can shop for products used by clicking on the pictures below.





Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Dream Shasta Daisies



Good Morning.  Today I designed a card using three new Garden Notes die sets:  Shasta Daisy, Forget-Me-Not, and Galvanized Bucket.  

Add a piece of Lavender Soft Finish Cardstock to the front of a 6 inch square card.  Use a piece of the ModaScrap Fly and Scrap design paper over the lavender cardstock for the background.

Use the A Way With Words Dream die set and die cut the sentiment using black card stock.  Attach to the top of the card.

Use the Galvanized Bucket die set and die cut the bucket.  Color with gray and black ink.  Attach handle and attach the bucket to the bottom of the card, leaving the top open.

Use the Garden Notes Shasta Daisy die set and create three daisies.  Use the Flower Tool Kit to shape the flowers.  After creating the daisies, you can add small dots of glue and sprinkle yellow pollen in the center of the flower.

Use the Garden Notes Forget-Me-Not die set and create two stems of flowers.

Use the Garden Notes Frosty Fern die set and die cut three ferns.  

Arrange the Shasta Daisy, Forget-Me-Not, and Frosty Fern in the Galvanized  Bucket.

You can shop for the products from Elizabeth Craft Designs by clicking on the product pictures below.





Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Yellow Shasta Daisies


Today I have another card designed using  the new Susan's Garden Notes die sets.  On this card I created yellow daisies using the Garden Notes Shasta Daisy die set, plus added some of the new Garden Notes Eucalyptus.  This card is sure to bring a smile to the recipients face!

Here is how I created this card:

Start with a 6 inch square card.  Cut a piece of white card stock cut 5 3/4 inches square.  Use the new Garden Notes Frame-It Stitched Oval die set to die cut an oval on the left side of this piece of card stock.  To add color inside the oval, add a piece of cardstock, created using yellow and blue Distress Ink Oxide Inks to a small piece of watercolor paper, behind the die cut oval opening.  

Use the Little Words Mean A Lot stamp set to stamp the sentiment on the lower left corner, below the die cut oval.  Attach this piece to the front of the card.

Use the Garden Notes Shasta Daisy die set and create three yellow daisies  Shape the flowers using the Flower Tool Kit and assemble using the Kids Choice Glue.  Shape the leaves and shade the center vein with light green PanPastels.  

Use the Garden Notes Eucalyptus die set and die cut two stems.  Sponge on light green ink and shape leaves.

Use the Garden Notes Ladder Fern die set and die cut three ferns.  Sponge on yellow green ink.  Color the stem with a light brown marker.

Attach the fern, eucalyptus, and flowers as shown in the picture above.   

Use the Dragonfly die set and die cut one dragonfly.  Sponge on color of choice and add flat backed pearls to the body.  Attach to the upper left corner of the card.  

For a little sparkle, add a few clear rhinestones around arrangement.

You can also create white Shasta Daisies with this new Garden Notes die set.

You can send this card a acrylic mailing box.  Link below.

All Elizabeth Craft Designs products are shown and linked below.




Bucket of Forsythia


Today the design team has created a variety of cards using the new Susan's Garden Notes die sets.  Go over to the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog at this LINK to see cards created with all these new die set.  I will be posting cards all week that are designed using these new products, so be sure and check back.

Here is how this card was created:

1.  Start with a 6 inch square card.  Cut a piece of Soft Finish Black Cardstock 6 inches square and attach to the front of the card.  

2.  Cut a piece of the ModaScrap Cucina Cardstock 5 3/4 inches square and attach on top of the black card stock.

3.  Use the Garden Notes Galvanized Bucket die set and die cut the container.  Highlight the embossed lines in the bucket die cut.  Use brown ink for the wooden handle.  Add dimensional tape down the center (vertical) to give the bucket shape, and add Kids Glue around the outside edges.  Press down on the bottom of the card, as shown, leaving the top of the bucket open to insert the flowers.

4.  Use the Garden Note Forsythia die set and create stems of Forsythia to fill the bucket.  Use the Flower Tool Kit to shape the flowers.  Add yellow Prills in the center of each flower.

5.  Use the Garden Notes Eucalyptus die set and die cut two stems.  Sponge on color.

6.  Add the flowers in the top of the bucket.

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the product pictures below.





Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Glitter Challenge


Good Morning.  Today the design team for Elizabeth Craft Designs was challenged to create a project using some of the new Silk Microfine Glitters.  The team has been busy creating some beautiful cards and you can view them at this LINK.

Below are the beautiful new Silk Microfine Glitter Palette colors.


Glitter Palette - Bloom
Glitter Palette Bloom

Glitter Palette - Earth
Glitter Pallete - Earth


Glitter Palette - Beach
Glitter Palette - Beach



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For today's challenge Elizabeth Craft Designs is giving away a $20 Gift Card to use on their website to 3 winners

To enter simply leave a comment on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Facebook Giveaway Blog Post, or the Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post, and tell us Which of the new Silk Microfine Glitter Palettes is your favorite, Earth, Beach or Bloom?

Three lucky winners will be selected in a random drawing. 

The winners will be announced on Friday, May 18th on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog and Facebook page.

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Here are the directions for creating my card.

Step 1.  Create the background.  Add a piece of Clear Double Sided Adhesive to the top of white card stock 6 inches square.  Use the Flowers and Lace die set and die cut the frame.  Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter will be added to the top of this die cut.  Leave the adhesive sheet on this die cut piece.

 Step 2.  Cover a piece of white card stock, 6 inches square, with Clear Double Sided Adhesive.  Peel off adhesive covering and attach the Flowers & Lace die cut piece on top. Insert the center  piece leaving on the adhesive covering.  The only sticky parts should be the flower die cut openings of the frame.  Sprinkle on the Rose Red glitter from the Bloom glitter set, adding glitter to all the design.  Rub the glitter in well with fingers, then use brush and/or Swifter cloth and clean off all stray glitter.  

Step 3.  Being sure all lose Rose Red Glitter if cleaned off work area, peel off the adhesive covering on both the die cut frame and the center piece of the frame.  Pour Cool Diamond Silk Microfine glitter over the entire front of the card.  The Cool Diamond Glitter will not stick to the Rose Red Glitter if it was rubbed in well.  Rub Cool Diamond Glitter in well with fingers and brush off excess.  Trim edges of frame as needed to fit front of 6 inch square card.

Step 4.  Use a piece of white card stock, covered with Clear Double Sided Adhesive,  large enough to die cut three dragonflies. Die cut the three dragonflies of choice.   Sprinkle on Lilac, Periwinkle and Sea Foam Silk Microfine glitter, using a spoon to layer the glitters.  The Lilac and Periwinkle glitters are in the Bloom glitter set.

Step 5.  Use the Garden Notes Blue Bonnet/Lupine die set and create one pink flower.  Use the Flower Tool Kit and Kids Choice glue for shaping and assembly.  

Step 6.  Use the Garden Notes Dahlia die set and create one flower.

Step 7.  Use the Garden Notes Chrysanthemum die set and create one flower.

Step 8.  Use the Garden Notes Ostrich Fern die set and die cut two ferns.

Step 9.  Attach the ferns, flowers and dragonflies as shown.

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the product pictures below.





Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Happy 4th of July


This card was designed using one of the new Joset Designs die sets from Elizabeth Craft Designs.  The name of this set is called 4th of July.  You can view all the cards created for this new release on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog at this LINK.

Step 1.  To create this card, use a 6 inch card base.  Cover the front with a piece of design paper from the ModaScrap Love You to The Moon & Back paper pad.  

Step 2.  Use the 4th of July die set and die cut all the pieces.  Use red, white and blue card stock as shown, for the stars, top hat, and firework.  Use a piece of white card stock to die cut the top of the firework that has Clear Double Sided Adhesive attached on top.  Die cut  and add Brushed Pewter Silk Microfine Glitter to this piece.  

Step 3.  For the fireworks 'blast', die cut the pieces with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on top of white card stock so you can add glitter.  Use Brushed Pewter Silk Microfine Glitter on the larger piece, and Silverado Silk Microfine Glitter on the smaller piece.   

Step 4.  To create the 'Uncle Sam' face to go with the top hot, use the smallest Dotted Scallop Circle die and white card stock.  For the face, use vanilla card stock and die cut  using the smallest Stitched Circle die.  Use a black marker to create the face.  Glue the face to the beard and attach the top hat.

Step 5.  Use the new Summer Fun Sentiments Clear Stamp set for the Happy 4th of July sentiment.  Stamp it using black VersaFine Ink then fussy cut around it.

Step 6.  Use the A Way With Words Celebrate die set to die cut the White Celebrate.  

Step 7.  Attach all the pieces to the card as shown using dimensional tape, except for the Celebrate.  Glue the Celebrate to the bottom of the card.

Thank you for visiting today.

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