Hello, sweet blog friends! I hope that you're having a wonderful and blessed day. I can't thank you enough for stopping by to visit. Today I'm sharing a card that I made for Really Reasonable Ribbon using two of the ribbons found in this month's Ribbon Club Assortment. You can sign up to receive a lovely assortment (seasonal) of ribbons like this month's "Winter Blues" collection:
This is a GREAT way to ensure that you will always have the perfect trims for every occasion throughout the year. They're gorgeous, a great value, and it takes all the work out of ordering ribbons throughout the year. Why not drop a "hint-hint" for your hubby to buy you a Christmas gift that you just KNOW you will love. You can sign up for the Ribbon Club Assortment here.
The two trims from this month's collection that I used are the 5/8" Shimmer Satin Electric Blue and the 5/8" Shimmer Satin Off White (Although I would totally call the color of this ribbon Silver). Anyway....I tied bows with each of those, and then topped them with a bow tied with Silver Metallic String and a 12mm Flatback Acrylic Crystal Rhinestone On each side of the bow, I tucked in cluster of the super sweet Wild Orchid Crafts' Beaded Berry Spray Cluster in White.
On my sentiment tag, I added a snippet of both the 5/8" Shimmer Satin Electric Blue and the 5/8" Shimmer Satin Off White that I used previously in my bow. Again, I added another bow from Silver Metallic String and also wrapped it around the sentiment tag. I also topped that bow with another 12mm Flatback Acrylic Crystal Rhinestone to top that bow. I have some vintage sheet music here and there that I inked with Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Hickory Smoke.
It's so much fun to make a Christmas card with some non-traditional colors. These gorgeous ribbons from Really Reasonable Ribbon made it so easy for me to create something lovely. I used some blue glittery Christmas patterned paper from my stash, a silver rhinestone buckle slide. Really Reasonable Ribbon carries everything you could possibly dream of to embellish and enhance your cards and projects. There's also a FUN CHALLENGE taking place now on the RRR Blog. We'd love to have you play along.
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