Thanks to everyone who visited this Memorial Day Weekend. Your kind words are most appreciated.
- Still smiling about Leslie's comment about this blog's name.
- Cindy of Cindy's Card Co asked how the burlap/jute ribbon was attached. There are actually two secrets to this success: 1) I used 3D glue dots under the rectangle with the star. Pressing down on the rectangle pressed the adhesive through the ribbon. Then I added a little tape runner under the left-side portion of the ribbon. 2) Since the card is an Any Hero card, I didn't add as much adhesive as I typically do. I wouldn't use such an open ribbon design on a "regular" OWH card.
Welcome to the There's Always the Other Side stop on this year's OWH Memorial Day Bloghop.
On this Memorial Day Weekend, I offer thanks to those who have served our country, including my father-in-law who served in World War II and my uncles who served during the Vietnam era.
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The following Any Hero and Love You cards were made for this year's bloghop. You might want to check out the Words 2 Scrap By stop on the hop to see the other cards by W2SB I-Teamers that were inspired by this same OWH Sketch.
|OWH Sketch #12|
Bo Bunny Liberty and Distress Ink core paper
Ribbon Boutique jute ribbon
Fiskars and Paper Studio star punches
garage sale brads; 3D Zots
|OWH Sketch #12|
Bazzill admiral, Recollections white, Distress Ink core fired brick
Spellbinders M-bossibilities folder
border punch: Fiskars, heart punches: EK and SU
Glossy Accents on heart with sentiment
Is there candy you ask? Why, yes there is!
There is a package of yummy patriotic ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon for one lucky randomly selected commenter. To qualify, please leave a comment below by 12 midnight EST on Tuesday, May 27.
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