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July 4, 2013

Happy Birthday America

God Bless America



God Bless America Lyrics
by Irving Berlin

God bless America,
Land that I love,
Stand beside her and guide her
Thru the night with a light from above;

From the mountains, to the prairies,
To the oceans white with foam,
God bless America,
My home, sweet home.
God bless America,
My home, sweet home.

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It's July 4th --- Independence Day! Have a great time with friends and family and celebrate with Patriotism.

It's Linda from The Tulip Collector and I have 2 simple projects for you today. I am the guest designer at Action Wobbles and The Bug Bytes. I made this keep it simple card using A Childs Year and a little scrap of twine. If you haven't gotten your Action Wobbles yet...you can get them HERE.







My 2nd project to share is some home d├ęcor. I got tulle in red white and navy and cut strips 6"x12". Tied these strips onto a wire wreath circle. I alternated about 3" red and 3" white to make stripes and yes there are 13!! Then I put the navy in one corner and added a little white to represent the stars. There are not 50 white but I like the way it turned out! Looks like a little tutu on the door.


1 comments :

Karon said...

Great creations - love the card and fabulous wreath! Happy 4th of July.

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