Monday, June 29, 2015

4th of July layout

Happy Monday!  I'm hosting the BBTB2 challenge this week and the theme is to incorporate a flag or banner in some kind of 4th of July projects, since the holiday weekend is coming up.  We've got a busy weekend of fun, with picnicking while watching fireworks and a big family party.  Plus I've got to actually work a shift at the hospital in there somewhere…not so fun, but the bills must get paid!

So for my project, I made a layout for some of my holiday pictures using the Create A Critter 2 cartridge for all the cuts, including the banners in the corners.  They look just like the ones used on the stage at the fireworks show.  And I've got to say that the pup decked out for the 4th on CAC2 is just the cutest!  Please join us with a project for the 4th and link it up at BBTB2!  The design team have some great ideas for you to look at for inspiration, as always.

Create A Critter 2-all cuts
Paper-Doodlebug Patriotic Parade prints, CTMH solids
brown chalk ink for edging, square punch for photo corners


  1. What a great layout, Michelle! Your photos from the 4th are going to look awesome on these pages! Thanks for the fun and timely post!


  2. What a fabulous layout Michelle! I love how festive your layout is. I love the die cuts you used as wellnas the papers. Thanks for a great challenge!! Hugs Brenda

  3. What an awesome layout Michelle. The pup is adorable.
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes June Linky Party. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.

  4. What a great layout for the fourth of July. Your pictures will look so awesome! Love that cute doggie and banners. Sounds like a very busy weekend for you. Thanks for picking a fun challenge.

  5. Loving you layout Michelle!! That puppy is just adorable and I love all of the wonderful papers you used!!! :)

  6. love that pup - looks like my sister's dog. Great layout.

    Happy 4th of July. Enjoy the week.


  7. Wonderful patriotic LO, Michelle! Love those sweet details - doggy and small banners!