Hey everyone and Happy Monday. This is Stephanie and today I'm here to share a Veteran's Day layout with you.
I have a veteran husband and a veteran brother and they mean the world to me. I never tire of saying thank you...even though it doesn't seem like nearly enough.
Supplies: Cupid's Arrow: Confetti Hearts patterned paper(B side),decorative tape,enamel heart ;Lost and Found Record It-Antique:stickers,enamel dots;Cut and Paste-Adorbs:brads,chipboard stickers;Cut and Paste-Flair:tiny word stickers,Specs patterned paper (B side), bits&pieces;Cut and Paste-Presh:Die Cut Card;Chalk Studio:chipboard elements
This isn't a traditional military layout...or a traditionally masculine layout, come to think of it! I just went with it. I think you can make a military page without making it green, brown, black, or navy.
I even used a chipboard flower and enamel heart on this page. Since it's more about my gratitude for my husband than it is about the Army...I thought it was a-okay.
I cut the bottom part off of this chipboard piece from Chalk Studio. The bottom party says "To Fly". I discarded that part and used "It takes Courage". I think the sentiment fits oh so well.
The U.S. Army tag is actually another chalkboard piece from Chalk Studio. It says "us" on it. I added enamel dots for periods and cut up some tiny word stickers to build the word "Army".
I hope today I've shown you how it's possible to make military layouts without using military themed products.
Have a wonderful Monday...and thank a veteran if you have a chance!