With the 4th of July upon us, I wanted to make a card to celebrate our beautiful country.  This is a clean and simple card that I made with Whisper White, Real Red and Night of Navy cardstock.  The waving stripes of the flag were cut from the Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Dies.   The Night of Navy square was cut from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies.

The greeting is from the Cake Soiree Stamp Set that I masked, because all I wanted was just the Happy Birthday.   USA was stamped with Night of Navy Classic Ink and is from the Make A Difference Stamp set.

Make A Difference stamp set is one you should consider having in your collection.  The script letters of the alphabet and the double letters are absolutely beautiful.  What’s nice about this set is, you can spell words, write names and even write a sentence. There are some other cool elements in this set as well, and there are a total of 143 stamps in the set…so check it out.   This set has lots and lots of possibilities.

The sentiment above stamped in Real Red Classic Ink is from the Picture Perfect Birthday Stamp Set   The fireworks are the tops of the palm trees from the Waterfront Stamp Set, and were colored with the Stampin’ Write Markers in Real Red and Night of Navy.
Whisper White 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Real Red for waving stripes – 3 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
Night of Navy – 2″ x 2″
Whisper White inside layer – 4″ x 5 1/4″ 

I’m liking this card a lot, and I hope you do too.  It was a fun card to make.

You can purchase all the supplies used to make this card by clicking the product images below ⬇.  THANK YOU for your continued support and business.  It is greatly appreciated.


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If you’ve ever thought of joining Stampin’ Up! as a hobbyist or as a business opportunity to get 20% off your purchases, NOW would be the time to do it.  You simply choose $125 worth of products and pay $99 plus tax and everything is shipped to you absolutely FREE.  Yup, you won’t be charged any shipping at all. 

In addition to what I mentioned above, and for the first time in Stampin’ Up! history,  Stampin’ Up! is letting you choose a complete set of classic ink pads for FREE.  Each collection is worth $67.50 plus tax but during the month of July, you can get an entire set absolutely FREE.  The entire off is worth $192.50.  How can you pass up a deal like this?!?!  The collections are as follows:

Each Stampin’ Pad Family is an assortment of 10 coordinating ink pads from one of the following color collections:  Brights, Neutrals, Subtles, Regals and 2017-2020 In Colors.  

The 2017-2020 In Color Classic Stampin’ Pads bundle (item # 150289) is exclusive to this promotion and includes all 10 colors from both In Color collections. 

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 Customer Appreciation

My July Customer Appreciation is “Summertime Fun” created by my teammate Holly. All orders of $30.00 or more before tax and shipping placed in my online store with Hostess Code DUSA66PP will qualify for Frenchie’s Design team PDF.  

This month the PDF includes  6 cards alone with all the measurements, instructions and supply lists. It also features some of the new colors. 

You MUST enter the Hostess Code DUSA66PP to receive the PDF.  I will send you the PDF via email within 24 hours of your order.  If your order is over $150, DO NOT enter the hostess code and you will get all the stamping rewards, and I will still send you the PDF.

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Wishing you all a happy, fun and safe 4th of July!  

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