Monday, May 28, 2012

Guest Designer - Renee {I Came, I Saw, I Created}

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Hello there, my crafty friends! It's Renee from I Came, I Saw, I Created.  I am so excited to be a guest designer today for Robyn!!!


A little about me...I am a stay at home mom to three wonderful children that are the center of my life.  I also have a loving and supportive husband that understands my need to craft!  =)  I have loved crafting since I was a child and have enjoyed it's evolution from crayons, to stamping, to my Cricut obsession and finally, to a blend of it all and more!  I especially enjoy making cards and scrapbook pages, but often find myself creating all sorts of paper crafts. 

As you know, we are celebrating Memorial Day today.  I thought it would be appropriate to create something to remember our fallen soldiers by:



It's a Rosette Ribbon that can be attached to just about anything: clothing, a wreath, a package, etc. 
I created it using the Cricut cartridges Ribbons & Rosettes for the rosette and Stand and Salute for the helmet and rank tag.  I also used various ribbon and some felt stars from my stash.  To complete the Rosette Ribbon, I stamped the sentiment "Hats Off To You!" from Robyn's latest sentiment stamp set release Girlie Sayings.


To order this stamp set, please visit HERE.  

Thank you for sharing a bit of your holiday with us.

18 comments:

  1. Really great rosette. Love this! Lee-Ann :)

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  2. Great Ribbon!Love it for 4th of july!!!!TFS

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  3. Thanks Renee for Guest Designing today! Totally "out of the box" :)

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  4. Love it!! and love the way you've recognized this very special day!

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  5. I love your design, thank you for honoring our soldiers.
    Judy Ashmore

    grammiejudys.blogspot.com

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  6. WOW that's beautiful, love the ribbons and the helmet. Great job.

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  7. What a wonderful project!!

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  8. Turned out beautiful!!!

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  9. Love your project. It will look beautiful on a wreath for the 4th of July. TFS
    Sherry

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  10. You did a great job on your ribbon/rosette. Like how you did the helmet to give it that worn look to it. Thanks for sharing with us!
    Trinity

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  11. Renee- you ALWAYS do FANTASTIC projects! Love this one!

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  12. Renee, what a great project and I love that you did something to remember people that have served so that we can be safe. XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  13. What a super idea- This is so awesome what a tribute to our fallen soldiers.
    I love it!!!!
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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