Hi everyone. Today we have a brand new challenge posted at Really Reasonable Ribbon’s Ramblings Blog. The theme this time around is Spring.
What a great challenge theme because we are ALL anxious for Sring. I hope you’ll head over and join in today!
Other Challenges for my Card:
Sunday Sketch & Stamp – sketch #97
A Gem of a Challenge – #41 Perfect Pastels
Paper Sundaes – #111 Femine Flair
The Pink Elephant – photo inspiration
The Shabby Tea Room – Spring is Near photo inspiration
~ Bonnie ~
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon – Shimmer Satin Fantasy Rose, 1.5″ Netting Pink, Bow Easy Tool
Image: Whimsie Doodles free digi, Quietfire Designs – ‘Just for you’ sentiment
Design Paper: Recollections
Hi everyone and welcome to the March Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop. If you arrived here from Judy’s Blog
, then you are on the right track. If you just happened along, be sure to hop back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon’s Ramblings Blog
and start from the beginning so you don’t miss a thing.
Really Reasonable Ribbon
just got a fun new product in from Glue Dots
. I used the XXL 2″ wide glue dots to create my ribbon flowers. They also come in an XL 1″ size. There are 24 pieces in the 2″ package for $5.19 and 60 pieces in the 1″ package for $4.19. We also carry Glubers
in two sizes which do basically the same thing.
It’s so easy to create terrific ribbon flowers with these products. The smaller glue dots are also terrific for adhering larger embellishments to your projects.
I also made the two flowers above because I was having so much fun! These will be put aside for future projects. Each of the flowers above used about 1 yard of ribbon. The loopy flower on my card used about 2 yards.
Challenges for this card:
~ Bonnie ~
Ribbons: Really Reasonable Ribbon March Ribbon Club Assortment
Stamp: Quietfire Design
Paper: design paper- DCWV, cardstock – misc from my stash
Embossing folder: Cuttlebug
Adhesives: Scor-Tape and Glue Dots Adhesives
Misc: buttons, Spellbinder Nestablities
You just can’t go wrong with Seam Binding
! Just spritz with a little water, scrunch it up and leave it in a big ball to dry. Then you have to most amazing crinkly, wrinkly shabby looking ribbon. I think it makes a great bow and it’s so forgiving to work with too. Really Reasonable Ribbon
has over 30 colors in stock.
I created this card using sketch 65 over at Papertake Weekly.
This card is for my niece Dani’s birthday. I hope she likes it. 🙂
~ Bonnie ~
Ribbon: Blue Jay Seam Binding from Really Reasonable Ribbon
Image: Marissa and her guiter from Saturated Canary
Paper: misc scraps from my stash