Stampin' Up 4th of July Maritime Scrapbook page

I wanted to share a scrapbook page we made in our monthly scrapbook class. We used the Maritime Designer Series paper which is on the clearance rack. If you have your pictures back from the 4th, this would make a great page! The colors in this paper made an awesome 4th of July  scrapbook page, that was pretty simple to put together. Everyone in class just loved this page!! Very FUN and FESTIVE!

What do you think?? The colors just really "pop" pun intended!!  Ha-ha!!

Here's a closer look at the first page. I really LOVE how the 'Celebrate' kinda says it all. It's one of the new products in the big catalog. It's called Expression Natural Elements, they are on page 160. Very cute on here! One tip in adhering them is just to use a little dab of the Tombow Glue on the back and they stick like a charm!

To get the July 4th, I combined the Project Life Day to Day stamp with the Larger than Life stamp set. I also used 5 different framelits on this page, can you guess which ones??? (answer at bottom)  just to have some fun!!  :))  What do you think about that star? Well if you put if you put a smaller star and a size larger star together, make one pass through the Big Shot using the magnetic platform to keep them lined up, you will create this fabulous star....with just one cut!! How great is that!

Here's the 2nd page, it really is striking with the bright colors and the fabulous stars!!!  LOVE IT!!

The paper in this pack, works great for the 4th!! With it being on clearance right now, it's a great time to get it, before it's gone!!

Did  you make a guess on the framelits?? Well see how you did..
  • Star Framelits 
  • Banner Framelits
  • Little Letter Thinlets
  • Tags and Label Framelits 
  • Cutie Pie Thinlits  (can you guess where?? on the top corner by the USA, the scallop with the stars!! ) Pretty cute huh!!
Have a great day!!

Here are the items I used:

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Be sure to check out the clearance rack they have added more goodies!!

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