Eagle Liberty card using The Free & the Brave stamp set

4th of July Blog Hop featuring retired Stampin’ Up! products

By PaperedChef, June 28, 2017

Welcome to the very first blog hop made up of members from the Retired Stampin’ Up! Products for Sale Facebook page. Today’s theme is Fourth of July and every project is made with retired Stampin’ Up! products. We are very excited to show you our creations and hope to make our hops something that you will follow each month.

Eagle Liberty card using The Free & the Brave stamp set

4th of July Pinwheels


The Free & the Brave stamp set (retired)
Tags & Labels framelits dies (retired)
Bitty Banners framelits dies (retired)
June, 2014 Paper Pumpkin Kit – Pinwheel Party
Cherry Cobbler card stock
Whisper White card stock
Basic Black card stock
Basic Black ink
Real Red ink
Night of Navy ink
Powder Pink ink
Water Color Pencils (Old Olive, Bermuda Bay, Daffodil Delight)
Sponges or Sponge Daubers
Wink of Stella
Dimensionals or Foam Adhesives


The card base measures 5.5” by 4.25” and is a retired color Cherry Cobbler. The mat is a piece of 5.25” by 4” Whisper White. Stamp the sentiment, stars and eagle are from The Free & the Brave stamp set. The stars are stamped in Real Red, the sentiment in Night of Navy and the eagle in Basic Black. Color the eagle using watercolor pencils. Add Wink of Stella to the white parts. The sentiment and background are cut from the Tags & Labels dies. A strip of 1” Cherry Cobbler was added to the front. The banner embellishment is from the Bitty Banners dies. Attach the embellishments using foam adhesives. The card base for the pinwheel card is Basic Black. The sentiment and pinwheels are from the retired Paper Pumpkin kit. To make the smaller pinwheel, trim an inch off of each side of the standard pinwheel. To make the pinwheel spin, use a pinwheel kit by Martha Stewart or We R Memory Keepers. The brads which come with the kit don’t allow the pinwheels to spin. For an example of how to use a combination of current and retired Stampin’ Up products for a 4th of July project, see my post: Patriotic Pigs

You can continue to hop from blog to blog from the line-up below to see all the projects. Please feel free to leave comments as you hop along the way. We hope to see you again!

1. Michelle at UglyBugPlans – Planners and Paper Crafts
2. Mary at Mary’s Craft Room
3. Liza at Seriously Silly Stamper
4. Lisa at Queen B Creations
5. Sara at Hand Stamped By Sara
6. Maggie at Maggie Made Cards
7. Sara at Sentiments by Sara
8. Kim at The Papered Chef

One Comment

  1. Liza says:

    Very cute. Love he eagle!

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