Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Thank You for your Service With Lisa Blastick


Hello! 
Today, I'm sharing with you a fun patriotic card inspired by the homecoming of my nephew from Iraq. He was stationed there for 9 months and I'm so glad he is back safely in the United States with his family. I wanted to make this card clean and simple for you to send to your loved ones or just a thank you to all the men and women fighting for our freedom. 


There are only 2 dies used and it only takes minutes to make. I used the largest "banner" in blue and then die cut out 5 of the smallest "banners" in red. The card is 5 x 6 and I distressed another piece of white cardstock at 4.5 x 5.5 inches.  There are pop dots behind the distressed piece of cardstock but you can place it flat too. The sentiment was printed on the computer. I just fussy cut the flag ends. It is an Army font, since that is my nephew's branch of service. 


Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed!

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2 comments:

  1. This is such a clever use of those banner dies! I love this~ and it's such an appropriate thank you card!

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  2. Well, aren't you the clever one! I just love the great card using the banners set. I might have to remember doing something similar for the Fourth of July cards. I just love the banner set anyway and use it a lot. Thanks for inspiring me!

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