Retired Stampin’ Up! Blog Hop: Fourth of July

Welcome to the very first blog hop made up of members from the Retired Stampin’ Up! Products for Sale Facebook page.  Today’s theme is Fourth of July and every project is made with retired Stampin’ Up! products.  We are very excited to show you our creations and hope to make our hops something that you will follow each month.

As a military Veteran, I’m VERY proud of being American.  As an avid stamper, I love any stamp set that has the American flag.  I also enjoy clean and simple cards that anyone can make.  Often a simple stamped image can speak volumes and I think my card with just the colored in flag oozes patriotism.

The Details:

  • One continuous stamped image.  Do you think the stamped image is one stamped image?  Nope, it sure isn’t.  It looks like one continuous stamp because I used the Stamp-a-ma-jig to line up the images and give the grass as if it’s one stamp.  I love the Stamp-a-ma-jig and how it can help you line up stamps on wood blocks.
  • Make an image pop.  Since today’s blog hop is dedicated to the Fourth of July, I wanted to add emphasis to the American flag by coloring in only the flag.  That’s the focus of my card and it’s why I didn’t stamp any sentiment.  The Red, White, and Blue speaks for itself. 

You can continue to hop from blog to blog from the line-up below to see all the projects.  Please feel free to leave comments as you hop along the way.  We hope to see you again next month!

1. Michelle at UglyBugPlans – Planners and Paper Crafts 
2. Mary at Mary’s Craft Room 
3. Liza at Seriously Silly Stamper 
4. Lisa at Queen B Creations 
5. Sara at Hand Stamped By Sara 
6. Maggie at Maggie Made Cards  <— You Are Here
7. Sara at Sentiments by Sara

This retired set is called Kids at Play.  You can look for it on eBay or you can post it as an ISO (In Search Of) on the Stampin’ Up! ISO only Facebook page.

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I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.
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6 Responses to Retired Stampin’ Up! Blog Hop: Fourth of July

  1. Deba says:

    Your July 4th card is adorable!!! Thank you for serving our Great Country.

  2. Sara M says:

    Very nice card Maggie!

  3. Ronda says:

    Thank you so much for your service to out country! And this is the cutest 4th of July card I’ve seen in a while 🙂 very nice job.

  4. Liza says:

    First I would like to thank you for your service! 2nd I love this. I love the flag being the only thing that has color! Great job and really cute stamp set.

  5. Mary says:

    Great card and it really highlights our flag, thank you for your service too!

  6. Michelle says:

    You really did make that flag pop!! Lovely card.. I also love the stamp a majig although i often forget to use it !

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