Thursday, July 3, 2014

Happy 4th of July

Happy 4th of July my crafty friends!  I just love the 4th of July.  I love celebrating America's Independence Day, and as a Navy Veteran, I am very thankful to those who have served our country, and especially thankful to those that are currently serving.

My mom had recently asked me to make some treat holders for her co-workers for the holiday.  You know me, I LOVE to make treat holders.  I made about 15 of these.  We went to Zurcher's to buy the colored sixlets.  Yum!  I used the Cardz TV Stamps "Happy Days".  For the "celebrate," I used one of the stamps that was in Stampin' Up's July Paper Pumpkin Kit.  The papers are from a 6 x 6 Doodlebug paper pad called Patriotic Parade.  I just love Doodlebug, especially since the company is right here in Utah.  It's so awesome how many companies are here in Utah like Stampin' Up DCWV, WRMK, American Crafts, Provo Craft, SEI, and Close to My Heart.  So awesome!

Well my friends, I hope you have a safe and wonderful July 4th!  Thanks so much for stopping by, and I really hope to hear from you.

Lots of Hugs,
(The Queen)


  1. These are awful festive treat containers Laura! I love them, I love anything that is patriotic!! I wish I lived where all those companies are too. lol Then again maybe I don't! I might would spend to much money. lol Happy 4th Laura!! Lots of hugs, Brenda

  2. These are super cute., Is this a cut or did you do these yourself?

    1. Thank you Vickie! I made these myself using the WRMK punch board. I made them with a friend. I will track down a tutorial. Thanks

  3. Your treat holders are way too cute!! Love the fun paper!
    Have a wonderful day,
    *Crafting With Creative M*

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