Friday, August 10, 2018

Scripture Card/Tag With Really Reasonable Ribbon

Hello to all my sweet blog friends!  Thanks for stopping by today to take a peek at this sweet little card and tag I created for Really Reasonable Ribbon.  I picked up this fun new pack of Echo Park patterned papers, journalling cards and stickers the other day at Tuesday Morning, and I used them - along with lots of wonderful products from Really Reasonable Ribbon to create this set.
I attached the papers, journalling card and chipboard frame using strips of Scor-Tape.  Next, I stamped my sentiment (a Verve scripture stamp) and then....the fun began.  I used several White, Turquoise, Light Blue, Pink, Red and White Double-Head Stamens, and a length of Ivory Burlap String and Olive Burlap String to start creating the floral cluster at the top left.  I also incorporated a few different Mulberry Leaves, and some Turquoise, Pink, Yellow and Dark Blue Open End Roses.
Down at the bottom in the chipboard frame, I added more of the sweet Double Head Stamens, Turquoise and Pink Sweetheart Blossoms, more Ivory Burlap String and different colors of sequins here and there.  A bit of machine stitching, and that's about it for the card.
I also made a cute little tag to tuck inside the card.  I created this by using the same Echo Park papers.  Using strips of Scor-Tape, I attached some thin pieces of the patterned papers as well as a width of Natural Crochet Lace.  I also attached some Pink, Blue, Turquoise and White Double Head Stamens, some Open End Roses and Mulberry Flowers.   I added a small sentiment sticker, and then at the top of my tag, I added a cute new 12mm Mixed Color Fish Scale Round Cabochon from the Embellishments section.   The final touches on the top of my tag include the Blue Center Stitch Burlap Ribbon, Bright Pink Gingham Ribbon, and Light Pink Gingham Ribbon.  Really Reasonable Ribbon always helps make it easy to beautifully adorn all my projects.
Thanks for stopping by today, and please visit again soon.  There's always lots of great inspiration on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog, as well as our monthly Blog Hop on the 13 of each month; so be sure to stop by there as well.


I'm playing along here:
Dare2BeArtzy - August Challenge: Anything Goes

Simon Says Stamp - Wednesday Challenge: Distress It - As I always do (and I do mean always), I inked the edges of all my papers with various colors of Tim Holtz Distress Inks.  I love how this makes the edges pop.  It's just something I've always done, and I wish I owned every single color of Tim Holtz Distress Ink.


  1. Oh Karen what a sweet card and tag set - love the sentiment panel on the card, and the offset shaker element. The matching tag is gorgeous

  2. Beautiful card and tag. I think I needed the scripture this morning. Thank you. [Bunny]

  3. Quel amour Karen, c'est super joli, biz

  4. Karen, your card is gorgeous and so is your tag. Those sequins are beautiful on the card. Great details on both.

  5. This is gorgeous and adore the tag too, the little shaker pocket is fantastic.
    Thank you for sharing with us over at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge blog.
    Have a great day :)

  6. Oh, the card and tag are fantastic! Love the layering and all the detail! Thanks for participating in the Dare 2B Artzy September Challenge! -Tasha ☺


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