Thursday, June 22, 2017

Double Take Flag...

Hello & Happy Thursday Everyone!
Today's my day to take over the blog at:
YAY for me... I'm so excited to share a wonderful
Fourth of July card with you! 





As many of you know... my son is in the Marines,
and anytime I can send him well wishes I do! I thought this
Fantastic Double Take Flag Stamp would be fitting!
It is a Large stamp, and the stars are separate from the stripes,
which made it easy to stamp in the colors I wanted!
I also like that the stamp has a vintage/distress design 
which I thought was pretty neat - 😊
The Sentiment is computer generated & I printed it out
on Vellum paper... then die cut it out with a banner die.



** Other Supplies Used **

Cardstock - Stampin' Up, Recollections, Vellum
Flag Stamp - Victorine Originals (Double Take Flag)
Distress Oxides - Broken China, Faded Jeans, 
Worn Lipstick, Fired Brick
Lg. Stitched Rectangle Die - My Favorite Things
Sm. Stitched Rectangle Die - CDD
Scallop Rectangle Die - CDD
Banner Die - Lawn Fawn
Sentiment Computer Generated - Font (BixAntigueScriptHmkBold)
Red Candy Dots - Stampin' Up
Big Shot, Misti, Printer, ATG, Fun Foam, Small Zots




Thanks so much for stopping!
Have a FANTASTIC DAY!!

Theresa

20 comments:

  1. LOVE this, Theresa. Gorgeous flag image ...the vintage feel is so pretty. Thank you to your son for his service. My husband retired from the USMC after 29 years and 9 months...but who's counting. Semper Fi and big hugs!

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  2. That is a beautiful card and your son is going to LOVE it!

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  3. This is so gorgeous, Theresa!! I love the flag!! It looks amazing!! Your son will treasure this!! Beautiful card, my sweet friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  4. Such a gorgeous card! The flag image looks amazing! What a great way to honor your son! It it absolutely beautiful!

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  5. Great card Theresa! I'm Canadian, but I still love the way you did your flag. It looks awesome!

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  6. I love that card and I'm sure your son is going to really appreciate you sending it to him. The card you sent me still makes me smile every time I look at it.

    Leslie

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  7. This is such a wonderful card! I love the bold statement that flag stamp makes.

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  8. I'm sure your son looks forward to the cards he receives from you! Fabuous 4th of July card Theresa!

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  9. This is just so pretty!! Love how the stamp turned out!!

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  10. Love it! Awesome that the stars and stripes are separate... love it when they make it easy for you... I HATE masking and I cut my stamps apart whenever I can rather than masking...lol! Awesome card ... he will love it!

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  11. I'm sure he loves to get mail from you. When my son was deployed, I tried to send cards weekly. It's always nice to hear from home.

    Love your flag card! Three cheers for the red, white, and blue!

    Evelyn

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  12. Love the patriotic flag and your son will too!

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  13. A wonderful card my friend!! Love the fun dies and flag!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  14. Really really beautiful patriotic card Theresa! Love this flag... just perfect for the upcoming holiday!
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    xox

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  15. What a beautiful card, Theresa!! Your son will love it!! Have a great day.
    Gerda

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  16. What a cool stamp! I love the way this turned out and what a perfect card for your son. I really like the sentiment printed on vellum, a great finishing touch to this beautiful card.

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  17. You son is going to love tihs card. Love the stamp. The flag looks a little worn which to me gives it that perfect touch. You have really out done your slef on this one. I truly love it.
    Have a creative day.
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  18. What an amazing card! I'll bet it made the day even more special for your son!

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