Welcome to the October Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop! If you arrived here from Ginny's blog, you are in the right place! If you just happened along, be sure to start at the beginning at the RRR Blog (I am the fourth stop, so you don't have far back to go!) so you don't miss out on the awesome projects, fun news,
and a prize from Really Reasonable Ribbon!
Our hop goes live at 6:30 AM Central.
Each 13th of the month it's the Really Reasonable Ribbon blog hop where we highlight the Ribbon Club! I LOVE Bonnie's choices for the October ribbon club package. If you really love ribbon and would like to have a wonderful assortment of ribbons sent to you automatically each month, just join the Really Reasonable Ribbon Club! Monthly ribbon club assortments are selected and pre-packed to reflect a specific theme, color, or holiday season.
The assortments vary from month to month, but an average assortment has 7-9 different ribbon styles and consists of 10-15 yards of ribbon.This one has even more! It contains 9 styles and a total of 17 yards. You will love it! I love all of the fun patterns and traditional Christmas colors in this assortment! For today's card I chose the 5/8" Plaid Ribbon Red Bold Check and Lawn Fawn's super cute Making Frosty Friends.
I tied a simple bow using the beautiful checked ribbon from RRR and added a sweet Dotted Wave Red Rhinestone in the center. I stamped my snowman on Ultrasmooth White cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored in the nose and hat brim with a Spectrum Noir marker. This is like playing paper dolls -- all of the dies make it so easy! The hat and scarf were stamped right on the designer paper, and then I cut it all out with the coordinating dies.
I used 1/4" Scor-Tape to hold everything together. My designer paper is Echo Park's So This Is Christmas 6x6. The total card is 5" square.
Now off to Cheryl's blog, where you will have a feast for the eyes!
Christmas at Sweet Stampin' - Glitter and Sparkle
Crafty Sentiment Designs - Anything Goes
Creates and Makes - Anything Goes with optional: Use a Die
WordArt Wednesdays - Anything Goes