Red White & Blue

I thought I’d missed all the red, white and blue challenges, then I discovered this one at Color Hues a new to me challenge. The flag and patriotic background are from the new Red, White & Blue set and the sentiment is from Old Glory, both from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store. The pattern paper from the America pack by Echo Park and the patriotic baker’s twine are also from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store. The sentiments were stamped in Blue Denim. The flag was colored with Copics R27, B28 and Y28 for the flagpole and cord. Then I cut it with the matching die. The fun fold card came from Pinterest. The card starts out as a tall top folding card (11” x 4 ¼” scored at 5 ½”). Cut 3” off the front of the card. Then cut white panels measuring 4” x 2 ¾”, 4” x 2 ¼” and 5 ¼” x 4. The PP is cut at 1”.

21 thoughts on “Red White & Blue

  1. Agree with Lisa that I love this card too. You have enabled me to purchase those stamp sets. LOL.

    1. Thanks Gayle. I like the patriotic sets from Stamp Simply. They have a lot of other nice sets too.

  2. Fantastic 4th of July card. The one you sent is on a shelf in my craft room where I can see it every day.

  3. Judy, just received mine today! Not sure where it has been – our post office is terrible! Love the card and will go on my favorite cards bulletin board in my craft room. Thank you.

  4. Judy, I love fun fold cards and this one looks wonderful with its patriotic elements. I love that you have both vertical and horizontal sentiments in your design, and I love the tri-colored twine. I am just tickled that you discovered us at Color Hues and we sure hope you will be back again soon. Take care!

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