Elegant style which is so popular right now--these were used for candle holders
at the rehearsal dinner and reception. You would think I'd be sharing those with
you for my Altered Arts show today, but hey, why not alter the altered??
I wanted some centerpieces for our 4th of July Independence Day celebration--
it was so simple to stamp up some tags:
|background stamps from Rogue Redhead Designs|
great collage images (NO fussy cutting, going for fast and simple here):
|You can see where I tied the trim right over the already-there burlap, jute, and key.|
|collage images from Altered Pages|
trim and embellishments. I won't bore you with all nine jars, but how 'bout one more?
|Took the burlap off for this one, but kept the heart and blingy button embellishment.|
In their altered-altered state, these are going to hold wildflowers and a flag. A very
Happy 4th of July to all my stateside friends, and, well, a happy fourth of July to
everyone else, too!
Count me in for these patriotic themed challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Challenge: Patriotic
Cuttin and Stampin Challenges: 4th of July
Our Daily Bread Designs: Patriotic or Red, White, And Blue
Party Time Tuesdays: Patriotic
Ribbon Carousel: (use spooled item) heritage, country pride, celebrations
Shopping Our Stash: Red, White, and Blue