This is my second post of the day - scroll down to see my CASE Study post :)
I was lucky enough to be chosen as one of the fourteen to take part in this challenge over at Crafty Ribbons blog and I really enjoyed it! The challenge was to make two projects showcasing beautiful saddle stitch ribbons.
When my ribbons arrived my OCD took over and I felt compelled to lay them out in rainbow colour order (I was the same with coloured oencils when I was younger!) Anyway, this caused a little spark in my brain and my first card for this challenge was born...
Black, white and rainbow....aaaahh - it makes me happy!
My second card I aready had an idea for before my ribbons arrived, I wanted to make little ribbon flowers and here is how they turned out...
David Bailey I am not, so I'm hoping that when Ali over at Crafty Ribbons photographs these they will look a liitle better??!
Keep an eye out on the Crafty Ribbons blog for the other 13 entrants' creations, they are sure to be fabulous!
Thanks for stopping by :)
Card: Paper Mill Direct - White, Black
Stamps: Verve - Hope Blooms
Ink: VersaColor - Black; TH Distress Ink - Wild Honey
Ribbons: Crafty Ribbons Saddle Stitch - Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Violet, Lilac
Other: WOW! black embossing powder; rhinestones
Card: Paper Mill Direct - White, Black, Coral Pink; K&Co. Best of Papers
Stamps: Verve - Kind Words, Bloom and Grow
Ink: TH Distress Ink - Victorian Velvet
Ribbons: Crafty Ribbons Saddle Stitch - Lilac, Baby Blue, Baby Pink
Other: Spellbinders - Classic Circles & Scallop Circles; Verve Cut Above Die - Elegant
Leaves; pearls; rhinestones