I used the following:
Paper: Crushed Velvet Blue Jean Doodlebug, Sew American Stripe by Doodlebug, white cardstock, red cardstock, glitter cardstock
Cuttlebug Die 2x2 - Circle frames, Red Mini Brads by Doodlebug, some rhinestones, ribbon.
I used my Storybook cart for the marquee--sew american paper cut at 11 1/2 inches and the white was cut at 8 inches. FUN was cut with the Mickey Font at 2 inches...Check out my blog for more info on the project: http://www.scrapthiscraftthat.blogspot.com/ Thanks!!!
Every year for 4th of July we have a breakfast, parade, then scrapping the rest of the day get together!
I can't wait to add picture to this layout. I will the picture showed off the circles a little better. Within each circle is an embossed star and a red brad. I ran my distressing block over the velvet and it looks great!
Recipe: Star Cuttlebug embossing folder and cuttlebug circle frames dies, Doodlebug pattern and Velvet paper, and red brads, Tim Holtz grungeboard, making memories red wagon and glitter paints, stampin up brilliant blue ink, and CTMH alphabet stamps.
Ingredients: Doodledesign products, Crushed velvet cardstock, Stars and stripes patterned paper, Ladybug brads (red), Stars cut from Quickutz die, Circles and Frames from Cuttlebug Die. Other accents, warm red chalk, organza wired ribbon, and Clear stamps -Freedom stamp, and crystal jewels.
Some wonderful projects there ladies! Thank you for Inspiring us all!
Onto our challenge... How do you celebrate your 4th of July? Our theme for this month is Starz and Stripez! We want to see your BLING! Something shiny, glitter, jewels whatever your bling may be! So drum up your Starz and Stripez and bling and enter to win this: