Monday, June 20, 2011

July Plaque Attack . . .

This month's Plaque Attacks make you want to stand up and salute! They are a tribute to one of my favorite holidays which just happens to be found in July . . .  Independence Day! Instead of providing just one Plaque Attack I'm delivering two this month. You can choose which one you like best or make them both.

Without further ado, let me introduce the 
July Plaque Attacks...



In order to receive the July Plaque Attack PDF,
please follow the instructions below...

For those new to the "Plaque Attack Club," last September I introduced a new monthly feature on my blog and christened it "Plaque Attack." The best way to describe "Plaque Attack" is that it is a free plaque-of-the-month club. Each month, a few days before a new month begins, I will make a post featuring a new plaque. The plaque wording will reflect holidays or activities unique to the coming month. If you are new to the "Plaque Attack Club" know that you'll need to check back every month to receive each new document. 


For a list of supplies and a tutorial on how to make these plaques, go here. I am offering July's Plaque Attack in a downloadable PDF document via Google Docs. As always it is free of charge. If possible, before you download the doc would you consider becoming a follower and be so kind as to leave a comment below? 


Important: The PDF Google Doc version is 1/8" smaller than the emailed Word version. After downloading the PDF, print it off on plain paper to determine the size. If you'd like it a little bigger, then request the Word document through email. 

If for any reason you would rather email me to request your Plaque Attack, feel free to do so. My email address is located on my sidebar. Just add "July Plaque Attacks" in the subject line of your email and please remember to leave a comment below.


By downloading this copyrighted document you agree not to sell the document or sell any items that use this document. It is for personal use only. You may make as many copies for yourself or to use as gifts as you would like. If you post about your plaque on your blog, please link back to this blog post for your readers to receive the document. Thank you!

Click here to download
the July Plaque Attack document!

Once you are viewing the document, you can click "File" to the left of the document for download options. Select "Download original" to download the file to your desktop or select "Print PDF" to print the file immediately.


Enjoy!


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49 comments:

fitgirl said...

Beautiful, as always! I love the striped paper! :)

gail said...

wow! I love the striped one! Downloaded them, THANKS!
gail

Southern Gal said...

My patriotic daughter will love this! Thanks!

Megs said...

Another fabulous plaque. I can't wait to make both!

Judy said...

Suzanne, I'm HOPELESSLY patriotic and I love this month's plaque attack. Thanks so much for sharing your amazing ideas.

Debilou ~ Mississippi Mama said...

love Julys plaques.. especially the striped one. Hopefully I can get around to doing something with it.. thanks !

Karen G said...

Another great one. Can't wait to make it next weekend.

Beachgrama said...

Thanks for your great ideas, love the plaques.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Your creativity abounds, and amazes me.

Such beautiful work.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

Joy said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I just LOVE anything PATRIOTIC!!! I really love the way you have so many meaningful words in such a small space!
I think I'm already a follower, but I can't see the followers on any blog I've been to. I get your email, so probably am a follower, too.
XoXoXo
Joy

Anne Fannie said...

I love them especially the striped one!
Thanks for sharing Suzanne!
Hugs, Ann

Tanya @ Greetings From the Asylum said...

I cannot decide which is my favorite! Thanks for sharing all of your lovely decorations!

Simply AJ said...

Thank you... Thank you! I'm in the process of putting my mantle decor together for patriotic (July 4th)theme and was so hoping to use one of your plaques. Will email you link to my post when ready - stop by and take a peek if you have time (will credit you/link too!). Off to Wally world to print my plaque picture. AJ
queenofmynest(at)gmail(dot)com

annemarie said...

Thank you - love this plaque!

chicks3 said...

Thank you again for sharing your plaque attacks. July is especially nice and you make it easy for us to display our patriotism.

scrapfancy said...

Thank you so much for another great plaque. Love them both. You are blessing to us.

kr said...

If I had to choose a favorite, I think July's plaques would be it. I really like both styles.

jenpetersen said...

This is a great one!

Rita said...

thank you for the july plaque attack design -- i really love the blue paint you used on the wood -- so patriotic!

Barb said...

Love both of these....can't wait to get started with the process. Must find that striped paper!

Anne said...

Your plaque is phenomenal! I can't wait to try one:)

fran@ eleven-o-one said...

These are great! And what a nice idea. I've been wanting to make a plaque for a while. Maybe this is a good place to start. thanks for sharing.

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Love them both! Very cute and clever!

Christiane said...

Hello, love your july plaques...just emailed for a larger size

Jenn said...

Wow, I love that you started this new feature on your blog. Both of those plaque's look AMAZING!

Michelle said...

I really like them with the themed paper behind. Thanks for linking up with DIY under $5!

Stephanie said...

Love this plaque!! I'm excited to try to make one! Thanks so much for the download!! :)

Tracy said...

I found your blog, because of your Plaque Attack postings, and have been talking about downloading and creating a plaque for months, maybe December's is the 1st I found.

Anyway, I finally have all my things out and am ready to re-create 1 of your July creations. My question, how do you get the black print so deep and dark? Mine came out kind of grey looking. Suggestions for me?

Emily said...

I'm a wannabe crafter, and this looks like something I can manage! Thanks so much, cant wait to do it tomorrow :)

Suzanne said...

Tracy - for starters I use the "best" mode on my printer under "printer quality." The Mod Podge also helps to brighten the ink up a bit. Those two thing are all that needs to be done! - Suzanne

Thumper said...

I need a like button!!! Like like like!!!

geraff said...

Did this instead of make dinner. Shh, don't tell anybody. Love it!

carla.evans said...

I love this blog more with each post!!

Beverly said...

I am already a follower and have borrowed some of your ideas for making gifts. Each one is received with a cheer and lots of OOO's and Ah's! This month's plaque attack is going to be a gift to my daughter-in-law who always hosts the family and friends July 4th party.

Cindy said...

Thanks for fun deco ideas. My table looks classy--thanks to you!

Karen Murray said...

Thank you so much! I love this!!!

Meredith said...

These are so nice! I'm making the holiday one as a hostess gift for my friend this year, and the 'month' one for myself! Thank you so much!

mell said...

New to your site and about to try my first plaque. Thanks for this great idea!

mell said...

First attempt at making a plaque...kids have painted the plaques and now I'm about to tackle the rest. Thanks for the great idea!

Karen G said...

Suzanne, another great plaque. I used it in my 4th of July display. check it out at www.itsstilllife.com Thanks so much for sharing.

Mia said...

I really really love this month's plaques!

Lara said...

I LOVE the one with the striped background! Darling as always!

Anonymous said...

Love the 4TH of July plaques. Perfect wording and design.

snowdraak said...

Thank you for sharing your talent!
Alison

Sachie said...

Thank you for these July plaque attacks! Love them, especially the striped one! :)

Debbi (no 'e' on the end) said...

Just found you........Plaques are awesome. Thank you so much

Jessica said...

Love the paper you selected!

Sarah said...

Thanks for creating these plaque printables. And thanks for the link on where to purchase the wooden plaque boards online.

obie said...

just found you, you are very talented. love these