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Stampin' Up! Baby Bear for our Troops

My grandfather, George, fought in WWII in the Navy, my uncle Corvin had fought in Vietnam in the Army, Uncle Dean served in the Navy and my father-in-law, Harold, fought in Korea. Both sides of our families have a history of serving in wars and in the military. My son-in-law, Chris, is a civilian paramedic but he served our country in Afghanistan. Even though he was not in the military he worked on the base. He learned very quickly how to read the ranks of the military personal lol!! He was there for three years while my step-daughter stayed here. So to honor them and those who have fallen on foreign soils, died at home and those who are serving or will one-day serve… God Bless America!! List of products used: Cherry Cobbler Cardstock 5 ½” x 8 ½” & scored at 4 ¼”, Whisper White cardstock 5 ¼” x 4”, Night of Navy 3 ¾” x 5” & Whisper White 4 ¾” x 3 ½” to stamp bear on. Baby Bear stamp set (#141859 12 photopolymer stamps & available in French, coordinates with Holly Berry Buil…

Staying with Blogger and Fouth of July Spectacular!!

Well after searching and trying a few other blogs, I have decided to stay with blogger. I still have not heard from blogger as to why my other blog was shutdown. Oh well, life will still go on. Thanks for being patient with me. I am going to be having specials such as Tip Tuesday's and etc. as they come along. I hope to build up more followers and be posting more often.

chool is out, hot weather, swimming pools and ice cream is the signs of summer. This time of year we celebrate Independence Day on the 4th of July with parades, food, family and the finale of fireworks.

Today I am showcasing the  Jar of Love
Mason Jars are all the rage right now so I was excited to see Jar of Love from Stampin' Up!
Lately on Pinterest there have been a lot of ideas to use mason jars for your backyard barbeques. You can use them to hold your utensils, flowers for centerpieces, luminaries and so much more. My inspirations for these two cards came from Pinterest. The first one to inspire me was cre…