Welcome friends and happy Friday! Today Erica asked us to make something relating to freedom. We were fortunate enough to spend the 4th of July surrounded by our whole family in Williamsburg Virginia. What a memorable trip this was. This was truly a highlight of our trip to be on the common surrounded by fellow Patriots watching the fife and drum corps march by.
I took this opportunity to do a layout of my husband and I waiting for the fireworks to begin. First thing I did was to pull out my Stand And Salute cartridge.
I don't usually like having my picture taken however this one really wasn't too bad, lol. I knew there was a bell on this cart but I was so surprised to find a border of bells as well as a border with the words "Let Freedom Ring".
The hardest part of this project was picking out the papers. I kept moving the colors around to try and achieve a more aged look.
This is such a fabulous cartridge.It is so good whether you are scrapping your pictures, using it for classroom projects or, how about sending some cards to our military? You can find some great images HERE
There you have my project for today. Be sure to join us tomorrow for our February 100 Cart Blog Hop. You won't want to miss some really creative projects.
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