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Saturday, July 5, 2014

Hooray USA! by Cathy H.


The SRM Blog usually doesn't have Saturday posts but on this long weekend we thought you would enjoy some 4th of July layout inspiration from Cathy Harper.  She loves making layouts and loves using SRM Stickers mounted on vellum or right down on her patterned papers!  SRM Stickers truly melt right down onto any surface that you are working on.  Click on these photos to see all the fun details! 

Cathy's layout is of her adorable little 4th of July pup.  She has the most patient bulldog ever who puts up with all of of Cathy's photo taking props. 

 SRM had all of the perfect stickers to add some great layers to her layout.  Cathy used We've Got Your Border/Patriotic for some added pops of color along the top of the page and bottom of her layout and then she used them again on two sides of her photo.  Cathy created to little vellum pennants using the Stickers By The Dozen/Patriotic and the We've Got Your Border stickers.  

SRM Stickers Blog - Hooray USA! by Cathy H.- #layout #patriotic #4th of July #twine #stickers #borders #punched pieces

She finished with a couple of flags from Stickers By The Dozen, Small White Punched Pieces and some Maraschino Twine!  Love this photo of her bulldog Stella and all the little details that SRM Stickers added!  And love the use of vellum with SRM clear stickers.

SRM Stickers Blog - Hooray USA! by Cathy H.- #layout #patriotic #4th of July #twine #stickers #borders #punched pieces

Hope you are having a wonderful 4th of July weekend.  Any time to squeeze a little crafting in?

6 comments:

Annette Allen said...

love this layout.... your dog is so hip... love it

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

So adorable! LOVING that photo, the colors and the circles!!!

Peg said...

Too cute! Love how you cut the stickers into banners. Great idea!

Diane Jaquay said...

Adorable layout and pooch!!

jessica said...

What a GREAT LO!!!
AWESOME job and adorable pup!

Shelly said...

So festive and fun!!! Love!

 
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