Fun 4th of July Card!

Hi friends! Celebrate the fourth of July with this classic Americana inspired card!


Watch the video to see how!

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  1. Make a 5”x7” card base from kraft and layering panels in red, blue and silver. *Tip: Cut the centers out of the matting layers to use on inside of card.
  2. Stamp the base of the snowglobe from the let it snow stamp set upside down to make a window box. Stamp again on a post-it note to make a mask. Apply the mask over the window box and stamp flowers and leaves.
  3. Place a grid or fence stencil over the bottom of the card under the window box and cover the top of the card and spay ink over the stencil to create the fence.  Let dry.
  4. Make buntings by cutting a 9” piece of ribbon and accordion fold it and gather it at the top and glue. (see video for demo)
  5. Layer up stamped panels and mats on card base and adhere flag bunting and rhinestones to embellish.

I hope you make something inspired by this card. Happy crafting!

2 Responses

  1. What a great idea.This year is going by so quickly, and now it’s almost the 4th! 🎆


  2. What a super adorable card,love the bunting idea


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