As it is Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee year, and London hosting the 2012 Olympic Games and as we approach The 4th of July celebrations here in the US it certainly feels the right time of year to feel Patriotic.
A lot of the card challenge blogs feel the same way and so I thought it only "right and proper" to make a card to celebrate my UK/US home :)
But I didn't do a specific event, just a general Celebratory card!
2 Sisters - Anything Goes
Pan Pastel UK - Anything Goes (1 entry only)
The Poodles Parlour - Red White and Blue
Saturated Canary - Red White and Blue
Sassy Cheryl's - Red White and Blue
Inky Impressions - Red White and Blue
House of Gilli - Red, White and Blue
Card Makin Mama's - Red, White and Blue
Gingerloft - Red White and Blue
Reasonable Ribbon - Red White and Blue with Ribbon
Little Claires - Jubilee/Red White and Blue
Totally Stampalicious - Red, White and another color
Stampin Sisters in Christ - Flags or Banners
Phindys Place - Gingham or Plaid
Wags N Whiskers - Use Kraft
Paper Crafting Journey - Use Kraft
Lil Red Wagon - Get Krafty
The Kraft Journal - Anything Goes with Kraft
Allsorts - Die (3 entries only)
Catch The Bug - Twine, Buttons and Sentiment
Sweet Stampin - Ribbons and Bows (2 entries only)
CMC Copic Challenge - Big Hair (3 entries only)
Papertake Weekly - Bingo! (I chose Ribbon, Die Cut and Button)
Di's Digi Designs - Spots and Dots (on the button and corners)
Delicious Doodles - 1, 2, 3 (I used 1 image, 2 corners/fabric brads and 3 flags/colors/letters/buttons)
Little Miss Muffet - Loads of Layers
Robyn's Fetish - No Flowers
Sentimental Sundays - Cute and Girly
Image - Ava Freebie from Saturated Canary (grab her while she's still there)
Medium - Copic Markers
Papers - Unknown, years old!
Die Cut Circle - Heartfelt Creations
Banner Die - My Favorite Things
Spotted Button - The Paper Studio
Mini Buttons - Dress it Up
Twine - The Twinery
Ribbon - Really Reasonable Ribbon
Corners - Colorbok
Fabric Brads - The Paper Studio
Letter Brads - Joanns
OMG did I enjoy making this card or what? The adorable image, I loved the hair, and the simplicity of a strong primary color scheme coupled with the neutrality of the Kraft cardstock made this just a dream to make.
I really hope you love her as much as I do.
Be sure to click back a little later for a post about a fabulous collaboration between Scor-Pal and Momenta that you won't want to miss!