Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Yankee Doodles

Hey there!
I'm back with another patriotic, red, white and blue project. I created this scrapbook page with the new We R Memory Keepers 'Yankee Doodles' line I talked about Monday.

I love the mini 6x6 paper pads for cards, but they also include plenty of paper for scrapbook pages too!

Stars are the perfect accent for Fourth of July projects, don't you think? Here I made some die cut stars with some corrugated cardboard and some of the Yankee Doodles papers using an old Sizzix die plate. I dug out another old set of dies from Quickutz for the title and stitched around the edges of those alphas. I'm seriously addicted to stitching these days!

I also used a 'Just the Edge' scalloped boarder cut from Bazzill Basics and some star buttons I've had for a looooooong time!

Speaking of having something in the stash box for a while...those metal license plates, I believe they were made several years back by Karen Foster. Finally, they get their day in the spotlight!

Well, I have more fun projects in the pipeline. I'm looking forward to perusing your blogs and seeing your crafty projects while I work away in my office. You all give me so much inspiration! Thank you! :) Hope you have a great Wednesday! The weekend is right around the corner! Kathy


Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  We R Memory Keepers
Jute:  Papertrey Ink
Star Buttons:  Blumenthal
Metal License Plates:  Karen Foster
Die Cut Alphas:  Quickutz
Die Cut Stars:  Sizzix
White Paint:  Folk Art by Plaid


Daniela Dobson said...

I love this!!!! I think I have those license plates :) I should find them.

Amy Heller said...

Totally adorable!! Love it!

BabyBokChoy said...

Wow, what a great design!! Your take on the grid is just fantastic!!! love all the details you put into it!!

Unknown said...

Oh my Cathy this is a wondeful LO, love that it looks like a quilt and the corrugated stars add so much to it!

cnelson said...

This is soooooo FANTABULOUS! LOVE the grid design and those rockin' stars!!!

Linda Beeson said...

This is truly wonderful! That look with the blocks of colors and patterns is always a great look but even better in the red, white and blue! NICE!

Audrey Pettit said...

Gorgeous page!! Wow, LOVE this!

Angie Tieman said...

Amazing page! Love it!!

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