Also don't forget if you pop over to the Crafty Ribbons Company Blog here you can enter the Friday Freebie,every Friday Ali and Tony offer ribbon for some lucky person to win,all you have to do is leave a comment on the Friday freebie post it's easy so why not check it out as well...........
Also don't forget if you pop over to the Crafty Ribbons Company Blog hereyou can enter the Friday Freebie,every Friday Ali and Tony offer ribbon for some lucky person to win,all you have to do is leave a comment on the Friday freebie post it's easy so why not check it out as well...........
Hello there! Nice to see you! :) I hope you are enjoying your weekend.
I want to show you a card that I made for one special little girl. To read who and why, just visit my blog - you will get all the information there.
In case you didn't know this, I LOVE layering ribbons. And these wide satin ribbons are perfect for this. Plus, they come in such beautiful colours. Love them! <3 For my card I used 35 mm New Turq satin ribbon and 25 mm khaki grosgrain ribbon. The khaki grosgrain ribbon is currently out of stock, but there are maaaaany other awesome grosgrain ribbons available so be sure to check them out. ;)
For other info about the card just hop to my blog. :)
Good evening everyone! Hope you are well :-) I am here with something a little bit different for me-I made a card using the Sew ribbons. Please pop by my blog if you wish to read how I made it :-)
Just a reminder about the blog hop sponsored by Crafty Ribbons on my blog-I would love if you could pop by and get involved-find it here!
I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Good morning everyone, here I am with a special post-I run a challenge on my blog for all non card creations and the Crafty Ribbons team have been wonderful and joined in by sponsoring and making gorgeous creations using Crafty Ribbons stash to give you some non card inspiration! If you want to join our blog hop for a chance to win some fabulous prizes please start here and work along the list. If you are here from the start your next stop is at the bottom of this post :-)
Hello and Good Morning! It's Laura here today with a layout to share with you...
I distressed and inked all of my edges and alphas with walnut coloured ink. The chocolate ribbon with dots needed a bit of help to blend in. The dots were white and they stood out too much so I just painted over them with cream paint. I aged the satin edged ribbon by spritzing with water and screwing it up tightly I to a ball. When it had dried naturally (I left it overnight) I opened it up and it was all aged and crinkled - perfect! I simply stapled it on to the layout in a less than precise manner to give a loose, squiggly line of ribbon.
Thanks for letting me share and don't forget to stop by tomorrow for something super special...