Monday, May 30, 2011

Memorial Day "Thank You" ~Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky

 
I just wanted to take the time today to say "thank you" to all that have served our country and to those that are still serving.
THANK YOU!!

This is my entry for the challenge at the "Getting Cricky" blog
the challenge is to make any project with a banner!!
I love how this card turned out....I made the "star" with the little banner dies for Papertrey Ink.
Each banner was hand stamped...some with itty bitty backgrounds from Papertrey
the rest from stamps I had.
Have a safe and Happy Memorial Day everyone!

16 comments:

Primitive Seasons said...

Such a neat idea and so patriotic and homespun looking! Great use of the die!

Mary
www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

Charlotte said...

This is a beautiful banner and made with love and heart. Why don't you enter it in the Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky. This weeks challenge is pennants and banners.

Charlotte

Amy said...

WOW!! I LOVE this card!! :) What a unique way to use your banner -- and your embossed background is GREAT!! Your card is a lovely tribute to our nation's heroes. :)

Thanks so much for sharing your talent at Getting Cricky with K Andrew this week!! :)

Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com
Getting Cricky DTM

scrappinC said...

Your card is fabulous and says it all to our military. The banner is wonderful and the star in the middle is great. I am a new follower and can't wait to see what you create next.
TFS!
Cindy Lou
http://scrappinc.blogspot.com

scrapperbecka said...

WOW Awesome card, I like how you used the banner for the circle around the sentiments, great idea.

Rebecca M Getting Cricky DTM

Squirlygirl said...

Diane this rocks! I love how you used the pennants to to make the start and you hand stamped them all! So creative. Cute how your blog background matches the theme this week too :)
~Hugs~
Becky www.squirlygirlcreations.blogspot.com
Getting Cricky DTM

Curt in Carmel said...

I love how it turned out too! What a wonderfully clever way to use the little banners to form a star. Nicely done on this one. Super cute card! Best, Curt

Scrappymama Elaine said...

Your card is awesome! Love the way you made the star with the banner, very clever! I have two sons in the military so I appreciate your thoughtfulness.
Thanks for playing along with the Getting Cricky challenge.

Elaine
Getting Cricky DTM

Kathy said...

Wow, what a great idea. I love the star. Great card! Good Luck!
Thank you for playing our Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky.
Hugs :),
Kathy - Getting Cricky DTM
http://the3esblog.blogspot.com

Brenda said...

This is my first time to your blog and I dare say I love it. I am also following you now too. What an awesome card also. I am partial to the Red, White and Blue and I might have to card lift this.
Thanks for playing on Simply Sunday at Getting Cricky.
Hugs
Brenda Getting Cricky - DTM-Coordinator
http://createbyburffrau.blogspot.com

felkatz said...

gosh!! that is way too pretty!! Love it!! I may scrap lift this!! eheheh

tfs

Kathy
Getting Cricky- DTM

www.scrappingfelkatz.blogspot.com

JulieK said...

I Love this card! So very clever to use the banner to make the star. Love everything from the star to the background embossing. Perfect!


JulieK- Getting Cricky DTM
http://jk-littlebitofbling.blogspot.com/

Kelly said...

OMG Diane...how creative! I would have never thought to use the banner this way but it is awesome. I'll have to remember this one.

Crafting Misfit said...

So fun! I love the "clean" cuts and coloring. It is crisp and special, just the way I like it! Thanks for sharing at Getting Cricky!

Getting Cricky DTM
Rebecca "Crafting Misfit"
http://craftingmisfit.blogspot.com/

K Andrew said...

HI Diane,
I absolutely LOVE this card--my hubby is active military so I totally appreciate your thoughtfulness.
Thanks for playing along with us in my Simply Sunday Challenge!

Big Cricky Hugs,
K Andrew of Getting Cricky!
www.gettingcricky.com

Linda Beeson said...

I love your card! The red, white and blue banners are the best and cute the way you put them on your card.