It's about a soldier who sent a letter to his sweetheart telling her he's coming home but he's unsure if she still wants him. If she does, he asked her to tie a yellow ribbon around the ole oak tree.
Here's part of the lyrics......
...If you still want me,
Oh, tie a yellow ribbon 'round the ole oak tree.
It's been three long years, do you still want me?
If I don't see a ribbon 'round the ole oak tree, I'll stay on the bus,
forget about us, put the blame on me,
If I don't see a yellow ribbon 'round the ole oak tree.
He then asked the bus driver to look for him as he can't bear to see what he might see, then the whole bus starts cheering because there were 100 yellow ribbons on the oak tree.
With that in mind, I came up with this card.....
Would you like to enter the challenge? If so, hop over to Lollipop Crafts for the deets. Have fun!! BTW, this challenge ends on 6/29/11 and the DT is taking a much deserved break. Thanks DT for the fun challenges. I'm having a blast.
Tree and hedgehog stamp by Penny Black
Sun and "Happy Day" stamp by Hero Arts
Daisy stamp by Imaginations
Paper by Stampin' Up
Fence and grass punches by Martha Stewart
Stickers by Sticko
As mentioned in my previous post, if you'd like to support our troops overseas in a fun and creative way, please check out Operation Write Home for details.