Friday, June 2, 2017

Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge – Monochromatic with Ribbon or Lace Theme

Hi there.  It’s time for another fun challenge over at the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog.

This time we have a Monochromatic Theme and don’t forget to add ribbons or trims to your project.


Have you seen the beautiful new June Ocean Breeze Ribbon Club Assortment yet from Really Reasonable Ribbon?  It’s a pretty mix of colors that works perfect for those summer beach themed projects or mix and match for any number of occasions.

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The June assortment has 9 styles and a total of 18 yards of ribbon.  Each monthly assortment is a color or holiday themed assortment of ribbon.  What a fun way to build your ribbon stash and try new ribbon styles.

I pulled the pink toned ribbons from the June Ribbon Club Assortment assortment to use on my card today.

My bow was made on my Bow-it-All V3.0 using the 5/8″ peony Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon from the June Ribbon Club Assortment.  The centers of my flowers are 8 and 10mm Half Pearls.

For a video tutorial on how I created my pretty bow, please click HERE.  I followed this tutorial except I stopped at two layers instead of making the triple layer bow.

I hope you’ll head over to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog and play along with our challenge.  Any type of project is welcome.
 
Thanks for stopping by!
 
Supplies:
Stamps: Inspired by Stamping Big Wishes II
Die:  DieSire Floral Dance
Ink:  Distress Inks Spun Sugar, Tattered Rose, Worn Lipstick; Distress Oxide Worn Lipstick, Fired Brick; Versafine Onyx Black
Adhesives:  Stick It Adhesive SheetsScotch Advanced Tape GliderDesigner Dries Clear AdhesiveE6000
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Happy Birthday to You

Hi friends.  Today I’m sharing a pretty floral birthday card using one of my favorite flower die sets from Cheery Lynn Designs along with some pretty ribbons and embellishments from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

I have lots of layer on this card, but I think it’s pretty easy to see from the photo how the layers were assembled.  I just love the Square Frames die for square cards.

My blue/tan background paper was made using Distress Inks spritzed with water.  I tend to make extra when I make my Distress papers and I actually created another card in this same color scheme which you can see HERE.

My flowers and foliage were created with the Floral Bouquet die set from Cheery Lynn Designs which is such a versatile flower set.  I used some of the same paper from my background for the blue flower petals along with some navy and kraft color cardstock.  The layers were also inked with an old script stamp for some additional interest.  The flowers and foliage were cut and then shaped with a stylus and foam pad.  The flowers were layered and finished off with some cool Metal Gear Embellishments from Really Reasonable Ribbon for a cool industrial feel.  I added a pretty butterfly to the right side of the card to balance things out.
Cheery Lynn Dies used:
My card was finished off with a pretty bi-color double-loop bow made on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool using Ivory and Capri Blue Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
For a video tutorial on how I created my pretty bow, please click HERE.

I’m entering my card in the following challenges:
613 Avenue Create #197 – Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday #282/283 – Anything Goes
TTCRD – Anything Goes
Unicorn Challenge #21 – Special Occasions
Artistic Inspirations #179 – Anything Goes 
Crafting from the Heart #159 – Anything Goes
Die Cut Divas – May Flowers
Crafting with Dragonflies #80 – Lots of Flowers or Mother’s Day
Crafty Calendar – May Flowers
Scrap and Craft Inspiration #3 – Handmade Flowers
Craft for the Craic – May Anything Goes
Crafting with Friends #43 – Anything Goes
Crafty Catz #370 – Anything Goes
Creative Fingers #130 – Anything Goes
Making Memories #5 – Anything Goes

 

Supplies:
Ribbon:  Really Reasonable Ribbon Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon
Stamp:  My Favorite Things Birthday Greetings Set
Dies:  Cheery Lynn Designs (see list and links above)
Bow-it-All V3.0
Zutter 9-in-1 Tool
Ink:  Versafine Onyx Black; Distress Ink Antique Linen, Tea Dye, Gathered Twigs, Walnut Stain, Stormy Sky, Weathered Wood, Chipped Sapphire, Faded Jeans, Bundled Sage, Mowed Lawn, Pine Needles
Adhesives:  Stick It Adhesive SheetsScotch Advanced Tape GliderDesigner Dries Clear AdhesiveE6000
Metal Gear Embellishments
Natural Mulberry Paper

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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Jo’s Scrap Shack’s 5th Blogaversary Birthday Celebration Blog Hop

Welcome to Jo’s Scrap Shack’s 5th blogaversary birthday celebration hop! In honor of celebrating 5 wonderful years, Jo has an amazing two day blog hop lined up with 18 talented designers, several sponsors,  some of which are among the top companies in the industry and lots of blog candy! So please share this news with your crafty friends, grab your favorite beverage and hop along with us! If you want to start at the beginning of the hop, go visit Jo’s Scrap Shack. If that’s where you started, you should have come from Tina’s blog and if you did, you are right on track with the hop!

I’m so excited to be participating in this blog hop.  Congratulations to Jo for 5 wonderful years of blogging!  Be sure to stop by Jo’s Blog to see all the wonderful prizes that are available and see what you need to do to be entered to win.  Winners will be announced May 9th on Jo’s blog.
My color palette today is red, white and blue which corresponds with the Really Reasonable Ribbon May Ribbon Club Assortment.  This is a very versatile and bold color palette and I think it works for just about any summer occasion.  I love how it looks on this birthday card.

I created my blue background paper and the papers I used for my flowers and butterfly using distress inks and distress oxide inks.  I used just about all the reds, blues and greens to create the papers.  I cut and shaped my flowers from the Floral Bouquet Kit from Cheery Lynn Designs using a foam pad and stylus and added the foliage and flowers to the lower left corner building from the bottom up starting with the foliage.  The flower centers are 10 and 14mm Half Pearls from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

My bow was created on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool using two of the ribbons from the May Ribbon Club Assortment.  You can see a third red patterned satin ribbon peeking out beneath the flowers and butterfly that I wrapped around the center of the card.

For a video tutorial on how I created this pretty bow, please click HERE.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I hope you enjoy the rest of the hop.
Your next stop on the hop is AJ’s Blog.
I’d love for you to leave a comment before you go. 

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