Memorial Day Post

Happy Monday blog readers!!! Today is a special Monday here in the States; it's Memorial Day, a day set aside to commemorate men and women who died while in military service to the United States. I thought it would be quite appropriate to feature a Thank You card for today's post.

I created this card using Jillibean Soup Dutch Mustard Soup line and several of Cheery Lynn Designs new releases. One of my favorite features of the card is the double ric-rac border. I love how it commands the viewer's attention and separates the different patterns, allowing a place for the eye to rest. Did you know that there are piercing holes on the ric-rac border? Oh, I will definitely include some stitching the next time I use this border!

Dies Used:

Pretty Petal

Darling Daisies

Fanciful Flourish

Dotties RicRac

Little Stackers Scalloped Nesting Circles

I also wanted to share a layout featuring my 2 Little Monsters that was recently published in the Summer Issue of Scrapbooking & Beyond magazine.

Dies Used:

Index Card

Scalloped Nesting Circles

Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today. A special thank you to those who have served and continue to serve in the military!!

Don't forget, there's still time to enter our Butterfly Challenge for a chance to win one of two shopping sprees to Cheery Lynn Designs! Good luck!



  1. Oh My Tanisha... I ADORE that card...and the border...and the paper you chose... fantastic...but that Layout..and the photograph... well now, that is just double adorable!! Love, Love your projects!! :-)

  2. Fantastic page- congrats on a pub!

  3. Great card! Love the colors and choice of flowers!

  4. I really love the card. I'm not into "scrapbooking" YET, but with a grandson, I'm inspired by your layout. I've actually stitched on the ric-rac on a box called "Here kitty, kitty, kitty", and I love the effect. Hugs, dj1952


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