Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Patriotic bog hop with the Stamper's Dozen


 Hello Friends 
  Time for our monthly blog hop with the Stamper's Dozen. 
This month the theme is Patriotic well I know that is normally Red, White and Blue but I wanted to try something vintage in vanilla so I did both. I was inspired by one of my team member Elaine V to use the Swirly Scribbles to make the flag. I love the way this turn out.  
For what I call the strips I use 3 cut out of the long piece in the Swirly Scribbles, the one under the swirl I trim 2 little tail off, picture at the bottom. To adhere to the card front I I use the Fine Tip Glue *do not add to much of the glue, very little and just trim the strip after it is glue on the card front, this way it is much easier to make it fit ***the little 2 tail to go under the swirl that I cut before I glue but the rest after it is glue on the card front. The Celebrate is from the Celebrate Today and the start I use the small one in the Perfect Pines Framelits. 
The color for the vintage is Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede and Gold Glitter paper. 
Real Red, Night of Navy, Whisper White and Dazzling Diamonds paper. 
Now time to scroll down to hop to the next one. 




 Here the 2 littl etail that I cut off. 


Now it's time to go and see what the rest of the Stampers Dozen Designers have come up with for this month's challenge.

Click the button below to Hop on over to Laura Milligan




If you get lost along the way, here is a list of everyone involved in the hop this month:


  1. Patty Chenail
  2. Lee Conrey
  3. Janet Wakeland
  4. Kristin Kortonick
  5. Jodi Reinert
  6. BJ Peters
  7. Sharon Burkert
  8. France Martin  You are Here 
  9. Laura Milligan
  10. Carol Payne
  11. Judy Garza
  12. Sandi MacIver 


Thank YOU so much for stopping by now here the list of supplies for today cards. 
Have a great day!







3 comments:

  1. Love, Love, Love your take on the Swirly Bird Flag card, very patriotic indeed.

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  2. Love it! Great way to use the Swirly Scribbles thinlits!

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