Practicing Creativity

An owl 4th of July digital stamp card idea

The 4th of July's coming up and I actually got some cards made and sent off early this year. I hate to admit it, but since it's not a holiday in France, I sometimes (gasp!) forget about it.

Anywhoo, this card uses the Owl Sparklers digital stamp from 2 Cute Ink as it's focal point. This image works for more than just the 4th of July, as you can see on this New Year's card.

Bell Gothic Std Light was used for the sentiment font, encircled by a free digital frame from Pixel Scrapper. The Independence digital paper pack from Tactile Studio fits the theme perfectly.

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, kraft card blank, Tactile Studio Independence digital paper pack
Digital stamp – 2CuteInk Owl Sparklers
Color – Caran d'Ache Luminance 6901 pencils
Dies – Die-namics circle stax
Embellishments – star stickers
Font – Bell Gothic Std Light

I'm linking up with: Morgan's Artworld #13 – Use Patterned Paper,  Scrap Creations Challenge – Red, White and Blue, Brown Sugar #204 – Anything Goes, Crafting with Friends #23 – Anything Goes, and Southern Girls Challenge – Anything Goes.


  1. Great card for July 4th and love the image and how you've colored it. The patterns fit perfectly.

    So glad you joined us at Morgan's ArtWorld.

  2. Awww - great 4th card! Love the papers you used and those big ole stars! Do you remember sparklers? Drawing in the air with them - fun!

  3. Those big glasses are a 'hoot'!!! Love the mix of patterned paper.

  4. Très belle carte Shani! Ces papiers sont magnifiques et le hibou très mignon.. J'adore!! D'ailleurs comme tu ce que tu fais ;o)

  5. This is sooooooo adoreable... love this card. Thanks for joining us at Brown Sugar Challenge.


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