6.23.2020

TPB: This land ....



Hi friends!

It's almost the 4th of July here in the USA 
and I'm a patriotic vibe :)
It also happens to be my son's favorite holiday ~
 yes, he loves it even more than Christmas!

Today's card is sharing a stamp from The Project Bin.



Each year we plan an outing to the lake and watch fireworks at night,
but not this year.
We will be staying home, safe and sound!
  
In the spirit of Independence Day here in America,
I created this card using the super fun stamp set Red, White and Boom!
and a balloon dienamic from My Favorite Things.

You may have seen it when I used it here on this post 
and it's so versatile - it's back again today with a patriotic theme.
I used a small snippet of star paper I had left over from a recent project ~
a win/win!


Here's the stamp set in it's entirety:


Thanks for stopping by today!
Big hugs, bigger blessings ~
Kelly

I'll enter this to:  Simon Says Stamps - Stars
and Pixie's Crafty Playground #380 - snippet paper!


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11 comments:

  1. What a wonderful card Kelly - love your starred balloon :)
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. How patriotic and a real wow of a card Kelly x.

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  3. Good idea on staying at home this year. Much safer! I hope you have a fun 4th of July though. LOVE your card and all that wonderful red, white, and blue.
    Lynn

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  4. This is so fun and patriotic! We also are staying home for the holiday. I’m not sure if we will see fireworks because the local display is cancelled. :(

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  5. FABulous Kelly, I LOVE the stars on your balloon, gorgeous card..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  6. Brilliant card Kelly, so patriotic. xx

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  7. Such a pretty card--very creative!

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  8. Fabulous card Kelly, brilliant design and colours, Kate x

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  9. What a terrific card Kelly! Just perfect for 4th July. That paper is so perfect for the celebrations. Hope you have a great day, however you celebrate. England is so ancient we don't really celebrate historic events - unless you count when Guy Fawkes tried to blow up our Houses of Parliament of course :) Such fun to see you playing along with us.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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