Ribbon Scraps

Hello there!  Today's scrappy card is my weekly goddess card for the Stampin' Royalty challenge blog.  This week's challenge is Great Uses for Small Scraps.  I chose to clean out my ribbon scrap jar, to make a fun and colorful card.

Really all of these scraps were in my scrap jar.  They all went together well, and looked so pretty and colorful.  Since I had so many scraps, I decided to make my card a bit larger, it is a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2.  Now that I have an envelope punch board, I can make any size envelope that I need.  Hang tight there because Stampin' Up! is releasing a envelope punch board in the near future.

A piece of the Soho Subway DSP, stamped with the ampersand from the Hello Lovely stamp set anchors the ribbon.

Our stamp n write markers are just perfect for coloring your stamps for a multi color look.  Act now though if you want a specific marker, some of them are available for a limited time, check out my ONLINE STORE now.

The crochet ribbon and the early espresso ribbon were both sewn on to the two toned ribbon for a cute look.  A vintage faceted designer button was threaded with twine and tied in a bow.

If you have any questions regarding which ribbon was used, email me.  All the ribbon is current with the exception of the two toned ribbon and can be found on page 173 of the catalog.  I have to say that the gorgeous scrapbook page that Amy O'Neill made really inspired my design today.  I changed it up a bit by using ribbon instead of DSP, but hers was great piece of inspiration.

Another note, I have been having a bit of a problem with my .com name, so if you are having problems accessing my blog, use the full address http://prettyprovisions.blogspot.com .  Thanks so much for stopping by today, I hope you were inspired, enjoy!

Stamps:  Hello Lovely
Paper:  Soho Subway, Primrose Petals
Ink:  Primrose petals ink pad, early espresso, primrose petals, & gumball green stamp n write markers
Tools:  Ribbon, Decorative label punch, vintage faceted buttons, twine, sewing machine


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