Monday, July 2, 2012

Celebrate Freedom Blog Hop 7/2-3 (Day Two)


Welcome to the Celebrate Freedom Blog Hop
(Day Two)

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This is a two day hop with different projects each day so make sure that you check back tomorrow as well to see what new projects we have in store for you!

This blog hop is to celebrate freedom and just in time for 4th of July!

You should be coming from Lisa!

My Project:

Hero's Pride CTMH Set
Copic Markers
Tim Holtz Distress Inks

I want to thank all those that have served and continue to serve and those who gave us our original freedom!

Thanks for checking my page and project out today, be sure to see all the others.

Next up is Pam!

Line-Up:

10 comments:

Ellen Jarvis said...

Very nice project -- again, one that would be fabulous to send along to Operation Write Home. My nephew is career military (first in the Army, serving in Iraq, now in the Coast Guard) and he is always touched by the warmth of Americans who deeply respect his service. Thank you, from him.

Fondly,
Ellen ♥ CardMonkey
http://cardmonkeyspaperjungle.com
E-mail: cardmonkey@comcast.net

Jessi said...

Great job Jamie, I think people forget what July 4th is all about.

Mandee Gillen said...

Jamie,
love the card, your coloring is amazing:)
{love love}
scrappin madge

Lady Fair said...

Love the card, very patriotic. Love how you used the distressed inks with just a touch of red.

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Miranda said...

Jamie, I love this set! Great card!
Miranda :)
www.nanasscrapspot.com

Charo said...

so inspiring, I love how you bring us back in the meaning of freedo,, than you!

Maria Matter said...

this is a really great freedom project Jamie...this is what it's all about! fantastic job!!
hugs & blessings

Ashley Nicole said...

This a great card. Perfect for any person that has or is serving our country.
Ashley

Michele from MS said...

Jamie, I love the red white and blue inked border! What a great idea to mix up the colors! TFS! msmith38652@gmail.com
http://michelescraftroom.blogspot.com/

Daisylove Creations said...

Great patriotic card, really love all the distressing!
Diana
daisylovecreations.blogspot.com