Welcome to Really Reasonable Ribbon’s blog hop showcasing some stunning and spectacular projects created by the awesome and talented Design Team. The Design Team will be showing a variety of fun and unique ways to use different types of ribbon on all your projects. No project is complete without ribbon! Now if you have arrived from Robbie’s blog, you are in the correct spot. If not, I would hate for you to miss anything so please start at Really Reasonable Ribbon’s blog. You will be seeing some absolutely gorgeous ribbons, trims and embellishments that can be used on any project you may be creating.
Here is my card I created for my daughter, Karissa’s 22nd Birthday. I used this adorable bear image from Sassy Cheryl’s that was their 500 PCP Freebie Digi Image.
Digital Image: Sassy Cheryl’s 500 PCP Freebie Digi Stamp (colored image with Prisma color pencils and OMS).
Sentiment: Happy Birthday (colored flowers with Sakura Gel Pen – Red Star and Yellow Star).
Tutorial: Step Card (I received the directions from Patricia St. Martin).
Card Stock: Yellow and red (TAC) and print (K&Company).
Die-Cuts: Nestabilities Circles/Scallop Circles.
Punches: Martha Stewart Branch Punch.
Inks: Sakura Stardust Gelly Pen (bumble bee, flowers and red buttons on shorts).
Embellishments: K&Company Layered Accents (Butterflies), Epoxy Brads (Kaiser Scrapbook-Waterbury), ivory buttons (Such Sweet Tierney), Mod Flower Pink Grosgrain Ribbon, Green Sheer Flowers Organza Ribbon, Wired Sheer Iridescent Red/Fuchsia Ribbon (roses), Ivory Crochet Lace by May Arts and Blue Satin Ribbon – ALL THE BUTTONS, BRADS AND RIBBONS ARE FROM REALLY REASONABLE RIBBON.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you’re enjoying the blog hop! Be sure to stop by Really Reasonable Ribbon today to purchase some fabulous ribbons and embellishments to add to your project.
Your next stop on the blog hop is Mindy’s Blog.