We love the Fourth of July because of all the beautiful firework displays, cookouts, lemonade and sparklers. But more importantly, we love getting an entire day to express gratitude for the freedoms we enjoy and the great country we live in. Have a wonderful day celebrating!
Archives for July 2014
It’s the darndest thing, but people just keep having birthdays year after year. And so often, the cards in the grocery store aisles just don’t cut it. So why not make some personalized birthday cards that you can have ready any time one of those birthdays sneaks up on you?
Hey everyone! Candace from Scrappin’ 2 Little Princesses here today! If you are like me, you can never have too many birthday cards on hand. There is always a birthday party popping up unexpectedly so I love to be able to make quick easy cards to keep in my stash. The Birthday Wishes Collection is amazing for birthday projects. The color pallet and great elements can either be used to create masculine, feminine or unisex projects which makes the collection so versatile!
I made a set of three cards that took me a total of about an hour. These cards came together SO easily and they look great!
I used very few materials to create these cards and I definitely could have easily created many more simple cards. I used the Birthday Wishes cardmaking pad for my card bases and cardstock die cut shapes as well as cardstock stickers to embellish.
Small details were added to my cards using some border dies (My Creative Time). I also added a few small jewels to the centers of the stars for a little sparkle.
By adhering my stickers and die cuts using foam stickers I was able to create dimension on my simple cards.
The Birthday Wishes Collection makes creating quick, easy, fun cards so easy!! I hope my cards have inspired you! Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Ready to bulk up that stash of birthday cards? Laura Craigie puts together some colorful and creative cards using the Birthday Wishes collection.
For me personally, I tend to send thank you cards and birthday cards the most often so I am always in need of more birthday cards in my stash. I just adore the new Birthday Wishes line as it has such a great colour palate that works for both masculine and feminine cards.
I dressed up the cupcake die cut with some light glitter and glossy accents over the cherry.
We’ve had so many great projects featuring the Americana line that we just couldn’t keep it all to ourselves. So we’re having a giveaway and sharing some of our favorite pieces from the collection with you! We’re choosing not 1, not 2, but 3 lucky winners and all you have to do is
- Like @pebblesinc on Instagram and
- Comment why you love Pebbles products.
Our winner will be drawn Wednesday, July 2. Good luck, everyone!
Every year Design Team Member Patricia Kumfer attends a Fourth of July parade in her town. Today she’s sharing her parade treat bags made using the Americana line. These little guys can be filled with all kinds of patriotic goodies and fun!
Every year we go to the July 4th parade here in town. This time I thought it would be fun to make “Parade Treat Bags”.
Inside I filled them with a box of sparklers and fun July 4th mini signs the kiddos can waive around. The circle die cuts were so perfect for that. Excited to use this awesome line more with new Independence day pictures.