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Happy 4th of July everyone....

In America- today is our day to Celebrate with Family
and Friends the joy we have of being a Free Country.
We celebrate those who serve our nation 
to keep these freedoms that we have and those who have
died to get us these freedoms that we hold so dear to us today!

Our Design Team has made some special pages to show
their celebrations a little early and pages to celebrate 
those who serve in the military!

"Good bye hugs" by Nicole Wise

Notes for my layout:  I have several family members who have served
 in the military, but the only military service that my kids have really been
 exposed to is our friend Shawn who serves in the Air Force.
 We were so lucky to have him as a friend and neighbor. 
He was transferred to Georgia and has spent time overseas
since he's been there.  We miss him dearly, but are so proud of his service
 and my kids are well aware that it's Shawn and his friends who keep us safe and free.
 Thank you Shawn, and all of our military both here at home and serving abroad.

Products Used:  IA001, IA003, IA004, IA006, 
IA008, IA009, IA010, Helmar Quick Dry glue,

"American Girl" by Debbie Sherman

"Happy 4th of July" by Debbie Sherman
supplies: 6x6 pad, stickers, ribbons

"Celebrate" by Julie Walton

The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays! 
 I just love how everyone comes together and has a good time,
 just the way a celebration for our country's freedom and 
recognizing those who have served and are serving to
 preserve that freedom should be.  I love the color combo
 of Red, White, and blue and Best Creation does it up in one amazing way!!!
  One thing I always like to do is to get 4th of July t-shirts
...kind of like a tradition :)  My granddaughter Jenna is the cutest 
little sparkler of the my humble opinion anyway, lol!!! 

 Hope everyone enjoys the holiday and gets to spend time with family and friends! 

"Happy 4th of July" by Katarina Damm
Katarina made three tiny banners across the card and
added a border across it with the year.  Then she added the
chipboard Happy 4th and tied cute silver and blue ribbons.
Then to finish it off she punched a scalloped edge at the top center
and added a small blue scalloped border under it to set it off.  
It all looks so great on the kraft cardstock don't you think?

supplies used:
IA014-IA013 and the I love America 6" paper pad

"My Daddy My Hero" by Kim Arledge

"Celebrate Card" by Irit Shalom

This card has amazing details with all the stars that Irit cut
and layered and she added a cute button and the words
Celebrate from the tags to finish it off!!  

Celebrate by Jodi Wilton

Happy 4th of July to all of you!!!


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