Monday, June 22, 2020


I am absolutely in love with Doodlebug's new Land that I Love Collection! And there’s just something special about the red, white and blue color combination that makes me happy. It’s awesome for 4th of July cards, layouts, albums and other projects, but doesn’t always have to be just for that! For today’s project I created an assortment of cards and tags using a bunch of elements from this adorable collection. Here’s a look:  
First up is my slimline card. This card meausres approximately 3 1/2" by 8 1/2” and what I love about this size, is that it opens up the possibility to use longer elements in the odds and ends die cut packs, like the cute banners and phrases. The hello sentiment is a die from the All Occasion Doodle Cuts set which I cut 3 times and layered to give it a little dimension. I used some Doodle Pop and Sprinkles stickers to embelish my scene. 

Next are two cards measuing approximately 3"x 4”.  I used some of the 6x6 pattern papers and a couple of the Summer Streamers cut apart cards (which I trim down a little on every side) as well as Odds and Ends pieces that I layered on top, and adhere with foam tape for dimension.  The shape sprinkes are so dang cute, I use them all the time to give my projects an added pop of color and an element of glossy shine.

For some of my layers I used stiched pierced and scallop circle and square dies. 

Lastly, are the tiny 3”x 3” cards and a couple tags.  I used lots more 6x6 pattern paper, some square Cut Aparts and for the tags, of course more Doodle Pops!
I know you are going to love playing with this new Collection as much as I have and we can’t wait to see what you create- so be sure to share your projects on Doodlebug’s social media! 

 Doodlebug Products Used:
Land That I Love Collection
Stars & Stripes & Love You More Shape Sprinkles 
Doodle Pop Stickers 
All Occasion Doodle Cuts 
Other Products Used: 
Circle and Square Scallop & Stitch Dies
Foam Tape 


  1. These are absolutely adorable and thanks for all the card ideas that don't require me to be a stamper.


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