Happy 4th of July!

I couldn’t let this holiday without saying how much I love my country! I am grateful for the freedoms I enjoy and grateful for the men and women who nobly protect and guard those freedoms. I love you, America!

I have a patriotic double-page layout to share with you in honor of the holiday, featuring the adorable Sweet Liberty Mini Theme by Echo Park Paper.



The tickets at the top of the page were handcut from the cut apart sheet. I scored and folded them to give them a bit more dimension before adding them to my page.


More cute cut files by Lettering Delights! The flag and “Celebrate” title block are both from the Patriotic set. I love that the flag has a bit of wave to it! I added a flagpole cut from a strip of navy cardstock.


On the right side of the page, I created this cute little cluster using the Sweet Liberty stickers and a few brads from my stash. Mmmm! Puts me right in the mood for a sweet summer treat!


SUPPLIES: Echo Park Paper Sweet Liberty Mini Theme: Lady Liberty Patterned Paper, Sweet Fireworks Patterned Paper, Journaling Cards Patterned Paper, Sweet Liberty Sticker, Cardstock (navy, blue, white, red), Brads (various from my stash), Circle Punches, Scallop Border Punch, Scissors, Trimmer, Computer and Printer for Journaling, Adhesives, Foam Squares, Silhouette Cameo Die Cutting Machine, Letter Delights: Patriotic Cut Set

Hope you are enjoying your day!




6 thoughts on “Happy 4th of July!

  1. Super fun page! The photos are tons of fun as are all the embellishments!

    I couldn’t agree with you more about what this holiday means!!! Thanks so much for sharing!


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