Good Monday morning, my friends! It is the first Monday of the month and that means a new challenge at Paper Playtime. Today's theme is red, white and blue using a die cut on your project. Just as a side note, thank you for all who joined us for our last challenge "Anything Goes" with a sentiment ~ there were 365 amazing entries. Red, white and blue usually means patriotic projects and mine is no exception; well, except the fact that I am in Canada so I put that spin on it. The die cuts I used were my Spellbinders for this card. The image is of the city where I grew up in (Toronto, Ontario) and one of our great tourist attractions called the CN tower.
Close up of the image:
Card stock & patterned card stock ~ Recollections
Image ~ Kraftin" Kimmie Stamps "Melanie"
Spellbinders Nestabilities ~ Lacey Ovals
~ Classic Ovals Large
Cuttlebug Embossing Folders ~ Swiss Dots
~ Sentimentals (4 pk)
Sentiment ~ CARDZ TV "Good Friends"
Inside Sentiment ~ Michaels $1.50 bin
Creative Memories ~ leaf punch
Close to my Heart ~ Cranberry Ink
Colorbox Chalk ~ Lipstick Red
Buttons and embrodery floss from "Use it Up" inventory
Glad you could come by today. Please join us at Paper Playtime these next two weeks and show us your red, white and blue with a die cut projects. And, remember, you still have 3 more days to leave comments for the prizes on the Canada Day blog hop (follow above link).
Have a wonderful, crafty day.