Monday, June 27, 2011

Fourth of July Parade


Hi everyone!  Here's my take on the Woodware USA Red, White, and Blue challenge!  I think I'm actually on time with my Fourth of July cards this year and this one is the last of 'em!  I just got my Clowning Around set in the mail last week and I couldn't wait to get it inky!  I knew I wanted to use a clown wearing patriotic colors, but when I went through my Hobby Lobby chipboard and saw the "Fourth of July parade" sentiment, the card just came together!    Don't you love when that happens?!  :)  I used lots of scraps and this sketch for my layout:


Of course I colored my clown friend with my Copics and then I added a punched star and a  chipboard star to finish the layout.  I really hope you'll have some time to play along with our challenge, and if not, just to take a look at the DT samples!  There's a lot you can do with Red, White and Blue!  :D


Thanks so much for stopping by!


Suzanne :O )

5 comments:

Nancy said...

I love it, Suzanne! The clown looks great with all of that wonderful paper!!

Harriet Skelly said...

Suzanne this is so cute - I love that clown!!

GiftsByHeidi said...

That is awesome when it all comes together! I'll try to get my act together & join the Woodware challenge this week. Missed out on last week's...

Alicia a.k.a. Crafty Al said...

Suzanne, love your take on the sketch and that clown is too cute. TFS!

thestampingbug said...

Ha ha! He's funny! I wish I could get the nerve to buy this set. I love the long legged clown and this chubby belly character too! Kerry

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