Friday, June 21, 2013

A Fourth of July Wreath





















Hi Everyone,

Lisa from Lisa's Craft Room here for my turn to share a project for She's a Sassy Lady. Thanks Sheila for having me each month. I decided to use the last small grapevine wreath I had to make a Fourth of July wreath since I didn't have anything Patriotic to hang on my door. I have a wooden heart and a wooden star that are Patriotic, but not big enough for the door.











I started off with the grapevine wreath and a roll of burlap that I bought a while ago. I ordered it online and when it came in, it wasn't what I expected, but it came in handy to cover the wreath.














This is the wreath all wrapped up.












I used the rolled flower die from Emma http://www.creativetimeforme.com and cut 3 of each red, white and blue from card stock.








Here they are all rolled up. After rolling them up, I added some hot glue to the bottom to hold it together. Then I hot glued them to the wreath.
I added a red, white and blue ribbon that I had in my stash, tied to hang and a couple of bows.

















And there you have it, just a little something to hang on my door for the Fourth of July.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

Friday, June 14, 2013

A Simple Father's Day Card

















Hi Everyone,

Lisa from Lisa's Craft Room here sharing a simple Father's Day card. It seems like this month is flying by. I can't believe Father's Day is Sunday already and my husband's birthday is Tuesday. Thanks Pam for having me again this month and I am so glad you are on the mend. I hope you get lots and lots of rest and are spoiled while you recover. :)

I used a blue card base from my stash and added a layer from DCWV's The Guy Stack. The mustache and glasses are from Emma's (My Creative Time) stamp set and dies called What's Growing On? The sentiment is also from Emma called More Gift Card Sentiments.

I stamped Happy Father's Day around the card with black Memento ink, adhered the glasses with a two way glue pen and added dimensionals to the mustache.

Thanks for stopping by. I always appreciate your visits.