Presidents Day (or Presidents' Day), is the common name for the federal holiday officially designated as Washington's Birthday. As the first federal holiday to honor an American citizen, the holiday was celebrated on Washington's actual birthday in 1796 (the last full year of his presidency) on February 22.
While the holiday is still officially known as Washington's Birthday, it has become popularly known as "President's Day", honoring both Washington and Lincoln, as well as all the other men who have served as president.
To honor President's Day here at Utah Divas we have chosen to make a card or scrapbook page featuring the colors RED, WHITE and BLUE! Now keep in mind the challenge is using those three colors to make your design.
Check out the fabulous designs below... and remember you can click on the designers name to learn more about them and their project!
MDS Design By ~ Sue Erickson
MDS Design By ~ Patty Chenail
MDS Design By ~ Leslie Banks
MDS Design By ~ Kristin Fuller
MDS Design By ~ Gwen Webb
MDS Design By ~ Kimberlee Zenger
MDS Design By - Ruthie Burkey
MDS Design By ~ Maxine Conrad
MDS Design By ~ Amber Meadows
MDS Design By ~ Tonya Bowers
Wow!!! What did you think... Fabulous aren't they!!!
If you have the My Digital Studio Software get ready to learn to use it and join in the fun. We'd love for you to post comments and suggestions too. We hope that you'll post your MDS creations with us here at UDI.
Let's continue inspire one another to embrace the art of creating digitally and enjoy crafting from a different perspective. You can also visit http://www.mydigitalstudio.net/ for more inspiration or for technical support.
Next week let's honor President's day! Our February 28th, Challenge #3 will be digital projects to celebrate Birthdays!
If you don't have MDS and are interested in learning more about this Software please contact your Stampin' Up! demonstrator.
Have a great week friends!
(I'm so sorry I wasn't able to finish my MDS Design before leaving to go out of state for work... I'll be back next week!)