Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Fun With Ribbon Scraps

Hi, guys!  Hope all is well.  I thought I would share with you a card I made for A Cut Above, the online card class by Jennifer McGuire and friends.  It is such a great class filled with so much fun and content. I made this card using some scraps of ribbons I have been saving.  I never thought to use ribbon with my die cuts before.

Paper: Gina K Designs White, Echo Park 
Ink: Adirondack Pesto
Stamps: Stampin' Up Canvas background and Stem
Misc.: Scraps of ribbons, Papertrey Ink button, Twine
Die: Tattered Floral-Alterations

This was a fun card to make.  I have a hard time tossing ribbon scraps out, so now I have some fun uses for them.

Hope you like it and will give it a try.  Have a great one!


Anonymous said...

Hey Winnie nice card. How xo you get timm for this?

Anonymous said...

Dod you get a comment I left a few minutes. ago? Marcia

Chrissy Larson said...

This is so cute! Great choice of ribbon!

SammyD said...

Great card Winnie, the ribbon technique is so fun! Made me want to go and dig through my stash of material to see what else I could use...lol.

Debbi said...

I love the stem! (One of my first jobs was as a typesetter, so I'm all about the words!)

Anna said...

Hi Winnie,

Thanks for stopping by Cookie Madness. I'm happy to have found your blog as well. I'm always looking for interesting ways to make labels for bags or boxes of cookies

Michellena317 said...

Wow, I love the ribbon petals. Very pretty!

Anonymous said...

Hi Winnie - I now know what to do with my huge bag of ribbon scraps - thanks fornthebidea!
Cheers -Orla

Emkay said...

What a great use of ribbon scraps.

Jocelyn aka JoBear2 said...

Hi Winnie, what a fabulous use of ribbon scraps. I can't throw out ribbon scraps so now I have some ideas of what to do with them. Love how you did the sentiment as the flower stem - that's such an awesome touch. Thanks for stopping by my blog - your comments made my day!! :-))


Unknown said...

Very creative! I haven't tried that part of the class yet :)

Esther Asbury said...

Oh your flower is gorgeous! I never would have thought to use ribbon scraps like that....thanks for sharing!

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