Hi friends. Today I have a fun birthday card created in seasonal colors featuring Copper Glitz Ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
This pretty Glitz Ribbon comes in 11 great colors. It’s a lovely lightweight shimmery ribbon and it is wonderful for bow making.
I also played around with some machine and hand stitching on this card. I really like the look.
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon
Digi Sentiment: TLC Creations
Die: Cheery Lynn Designs PS101 Large Parallel Rectangle Pierce Plate
Adhesives: Scotch ATG, E6000
Natural Mulberry Paper
Hi friends. Today I am sharing a Christmas card for inspiration. No more procrastinating. Time to get crackin’ on those holiday cards! This week on the Cheery Lynn Designs Blog, the design team will be featuring all their favorite Christmas dies. Head on over each day though October 21st for new inspiration.
My card today features some beautiful Christmas dies from Cheery Lynn Designs along with this fabulous Traditional Christmas Mix October Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.Not a member yet?
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My card is a 5-1/2″ square card and I do have several layers including a pretty white mulberry paper layer at the bottom. The inner white square that I placed the wreath on measures 3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″. That is layered on red and I trimmed a small border. Below that you can see the Square Frame die in green which is mounted on a 4-1/8″ square of white cardstock.
I cut the wreath in emerald, dark green, and gold cardstock and then layered them all for added dimension. I then cut some berries from red cardstock and added them throughout the wreath. I topped it off with a pretty gold jingle bell and bow. The corners are adorned with holly in red and green.
Cheery Lynn Dies used: