I wish all of my fellow Americans a very patriotic 4th – and a big THANK YOU to all those who are (or have) served in the military, as well as a big hug and thank you to you amazing military family members.
It seemed only fitting to share a patriotic project today. I have just the thing! I created a card for someone special, someone that loves the 4th of July more than any other holiday.
How-to? That’s just Core’dinations cardstock (the good stuff that is already trimmed down to sizzix size!) embossed, cut apart, and then sanded. I added a bit of clear crackle accents here and there, as well as a generous squirt of mist and a bit of distress stickles to accent as well. It was so easy – but I really like the look.
I’ll be trying this with more of Tim’s texture fades for future holiday cards. Here are the supplies used:
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7 thoughts on “Embossed card for the 4th”
Love this spangly red and blue card! Have a happy 4th!
Oooh oooh, I made some patriotic cards. Will post at BP. Yours is great. Gave me some more ideas for cards for Operation Write Home.
Happy 4th of July!
Nice! Happy 4th!
Love your card! Happy 4th!
Very cool card May
I have some “magic” coordinations paper that is black w/ colored core and I like it ok; but I love the coordinations you are showing with the craft core, wish I could magically transform mine.
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