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Welcome to the EAD Designs

You should be arriving here from Rose's Blog!
Stop by the EAD Blog too (click above) to see what the giveaway is for this week.

In honor of Independence Day in just a couple of days, I created
a really quick and easy patriotic card using EAD Stickerz and a bit
of scrap paper from Collage Press

Because the bunting was in a straight line and I wanted more of a curved look,
I applied the Stickerz to a piece of cardstock and then trimmed each
banner out separately.  I then attached the individual pieces with a foam dot
to create the look that I wanted to achieve.  A bit of baker's twine
and pom poms completed the revised bunting :)

I used the Lollipop Font by Lifestyle Crafts for the letters.

Now it's off to Amy's Blog...hope you enjoy the hop and I hope
that my American friends have a safe and HAPPY 4th of JULY!


  1. OMG, love that banner, so sweet. Perfect 4th of July card. Hugs, Anita

  2. LOVE It what a great card. Love the banner.


  3. I LOVE this card. That banner is absolutely gorgeous. Fantastic job.


  4. WOW!!! I love this!!! Great stickerz choice and awesome card LO!!!

  5. This is so cute! I love the pom poms on the flags. I love this card. Thank you for sharing.

  6. What a fabulous card, perfect!

  7. Very festive and I like the pom poms.

  8. super fun!!! love the pom poms :)
    have a fun safe 4th :)

  9. The pom poms on the banner are genius! So cute and pretty!

  10. What a fun card! Love the little pom-poms on your banner!


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