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Coast Guard & Navy

>> Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Hi Everyone,

I was really happy to find an opportunity to stamp using a couple of the military seal stamps from DRS Designs.  They have seal stamps for each different branch, which is so cool!

After a bit of fussy cutting, the Coast Guard Seal fit right inside the Porthole stamp, and I attached that onto a dry embossed star panel.  That was attached to a background stamped with the  Interlocking Star Background, which I wrapped with twine.  I completed the card with an Anchor to match the image on the Coast Guard Seal.

This card features the Navy Seal which was heat embossed.  To the blue die cut frame, I added 2 of the Patriotic Bunting that I colored and fussy cut.  I stamped the edges of the background panel using the Starry Background stamp, and the sentiment came from the USA Home of the Brave greeting.

I'm thankful for all of our military families who sacrifice so much for us everyday.  To see all of the patriotic stamps, just click here.

Happy Stamping!



nwilliams6 said...

Karin, putting the seal in the porthole is a wonderful idea and I love, love, love the twine with the anchor. Super cool card. The second one is fab too - love they way you combined it all. Wonderful patriotic cards and a super post. Hugz

Shelia said...

Great idea putting the seal in the porthole! Love all the details on these two superb patriotic cards!

Robin Clendenning said...

Wow what a great set of cards! I love that first one using the porthole with the seal! Love the jute and just love everything about it!~! Great work!
The second one with the bunting is beautiful too!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

these are terrific, Karin! I love your patriotic/military cards! Such great ways to use the military seals. Love all the red, white & blue & stars everywhere.

Sue said...

These are awesome Karin! What a fantastic idea using the porthole as a frame for the Coast Guard Seal - I'm so jealous I didn't see it :) Awesome bunting card too - you totally nailed it!

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