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Happy Fourth of July!

We want to say thank you to all of HERO's who serve this great country we live in to protect our rights and our freedom!  Some gave the ultimate sacrifice for this country! The mear words Thank You are no where near enough.

 
One person especially is my son Sr Airman Kristopher Dorland who is active duty Air Force.  We are so honored and proud of you son!  We say Thank you! 
 
 

The glam squad and I thought we would share some inspiration for you on this July 4th holiday.  We started with this inspiration photo. 

 
We hope you enjoy our little tribute!
 
Cindy did this beauty with the stars and pop of red flowers.
 
 
Love how Karen took the Sweet Rose stamp and made it Red, white and blue love it!
 
 
Michelle - did some white embossing and used Spectrum Nior sparkle pens on these flowers can't see it in the picture but it just sparkles in real life.
 
 
Sheena did some red, white and blue splatters for an added touch.

 
Love how Monica made the map of the USA as her shaker it is awesome! 
 

 
Love the blue and white striped paper with the floral image stamped in red.  Just pops!  And adding stars to her shaker mix - love it!!
 
We hope you enjoyed our little tribute and please be safe and have a:
 

Love and Laughter,
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  1. I love all the cards! I had so much fun making the ones that I made and I always love to see what our amazing DT creates.

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  2. These are all so lovely. Great work ladies and I hope you all had a wonderful 4th of July!

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