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Invite your friends for a party!!!

Getting together with family and friends for barbacues 
in the summer is one of the best things in life and setting the mood
with the right decorations makes it even more fun and festive
for everyone that is attending your event...

so with that in mind we have ideas for you from an adorable
silverware caddy and banner to invitations to announce the fun event!!

"Silverware Caddy" by Kim Holmes
 Kim made this super adorable silverware caddy from
an old pop bottle carrier that she had laying around. She covered it
and added stickers and then filled it with lots of utensils for
all her guests to use for the party.

Supplies Used: IA004, IA005, IA006, IA013, IA012
Made from:

"Liberty Star" by Debbie Sherman
Debbie used purchase cardboard star and covered it
with pieces of patriotic papers in alternate colors. For the
center and title she used a Spellbinders die and put on one of 
our stickers and layered the hat and ribbon on top of that.
To hang it up she added cute matching ribbon.

IA003, IA006,IA013,IA012,IA014
Glitter CS GCS004 Red, GCS007 Jewel Blue
GCS010 Gold, Ribbon - Hobby Lobby

"Celebrate" by Petra Offrell
Petra created this card to show that you can also
use this paper to make it for someone to just 
celebrate their day!  She used the balloons as the backround and 
mixed it with a bit of the matching stripe and stitched it to a blue backround.
Then she added the tiny banner and word stickers to finish it off...


Party invitation by Nicole Wise
Products Used: BGP216, GCS007, IA006, IA009, IA013, IA014 

Description:  This fun gatefold card is a simple and easy invitation
to your 4th of July Barbecue!  I just scored and folded my cardstock
and layered on the patterned paper.  Then, using some Glitter Cardstock, 
Basic Glitter Paper and layering a Chipboard Piece and a Cardstock Sticker, 
I created the rest of the front of the card and concealed the closure
for the gate card underneath.  Inside is all of the important information 
about the party and some more fun paper from the I {heart} America line!


"USA Banner" by Shannon Morgan
What party is complete without a gorgeous banner to hang up for a
decoration!!  Shannon created this using circles as the backround and then
layered it with stars and make her own handmade letters for the USA.
She drew around each of the pieces with pens to outline them and make them
pop up more.  Then all she needed was some cute ribbons and ric rac to finish it!!

"Independence Day" by Sandy Ang
The paper pads are really fun because they each
come with 2 sheets of paper and it makes it easy
to cut out and layer images and pop them up with foam dots
to make your projects a little more 3 dimensional.
supplies: 6x6 paper pad, stickers IA012
Happy 4th of July by Sandy Ang

supplies: chipboard IA014, 6x6 paper pad and
stickers from IA013

"4th of July Mini Book" by Julie Walton
 Julie created this fantastic chipboard mini album to
hold the adorable photos of her grandson who just
happened to be born on the 4th of July so it was just
the perfect line to make this book with!!

 
 
 
 
supplies: 6x6 I love America mini book, stickers, ribbon,
mini book by Best Creation

"Happy 4th of July" by Irit Shalom
These gorgeous cards were created by Irit and would be
great to send to friends just to say hi or would also be
a fantastic invite for an upcoming party..

4th of july gift bag by Kim Arledge
"Celebrate USA"by Irit Shalom

We hope you loved all the ideas and don't forget to
leave a comment on mondays post to win a huge pack
of this gorgeous paper!!!  Have a great day!!!

Comments

  1. I just love love love this line bravo DT

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  2. I love it all! Great ideas and projects by the design team! I especially like the USA banner.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Great ideas. I just love, love, love this line. It makes me smile everytime I look at it :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Ahhh this is a great line... Makes me want to bbq

    ReplyDelete

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