Tuesday, June 13, 2017

June Hop with Really Reasonable Ribbon!


Welcome to the June 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 third stop this month, 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! Take a look at this month's ribbon club package. The beautiful pastel, muted colors are perfect for beach scenes, as well as other occasions, as you will see in my card below!
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. 

My card today is made with some adorable designer paper and other elements from My Mind's Eye.
I wrapped a length of Crosshatch on Peony Satin in this month's club assortment, and then tied a single bow and added a textured button (Basic Grey) with Burlap String Natural.
The back Powder Pink (SU!) cardstock panel and the Old Olive (SU!) frames (Spellbinders) are embossed with folders from Sizzix. On the inside I added a strip of designer paper (MME) that says Meow (the "O is a cat silhouette!) and a black and white flower sticker from the same line.
All of my layers are held together with Scor-Tape and Tombow 3D Tabs.

Thank you for stopping by and for your sweet comments! Now off to Cheryl's blog, to see her pretty creation and beautiful bows!

20 comments:

  1. Adorable card Judy and I love the pretty pink and green color combination.

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  2. Your card is so cute and fun! I like the cross hatch ribbon with the graphic design of the paper you used. (The fish bone print is gave me a chuckle and gives the card some sass! lol)
    You have even done the inside up in a sweet pattern. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  3. So cute with the cat and the layers. Great choice of ribbon too.

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  4. Hi Judy!
    Your kitty card is cute. I was going to stop by and leave a comment saying "Great job, Gloria"....only because you stopped by my blog this morning before you'd had your coffee, and you left me a comment saying, "Great job, Kathy"....LOL

    Your card turned out so sweet, and I hope you will stop by and link it up at Word Art Wednesday. We have THREE awesome prizes this week. Hope you will play along. Have a blessed week.

    Karen
    www.wordartwednesday.blogspot.com - my challenge blog

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  5. I love the daring colors and wonky rectangle dies on your card.....a wonderful look!

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  6. Awww, this is darling!!
    Love the pretty colors in
    this gorgeous ribbon assortment.

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  7. This is so stinkin' cute, Judy! I love the peachy ribbon paired up with that green! Gorgeous color combo!

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  8. That little green button on top of the pink ribbon really grabbed my eyes!Nice color contrast idea!

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  9. Super cute card. Glad to see that type of ribbon used. I shy away from everything except solid colors. You did a great job!

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  10. This would be purrrfect for my daughter she loves her cats. Great use of color and ribbon.

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  11. Too cute! Love that kitty. Your ribbon looks great with it. Terrific layout too. Edwina Brown

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  12. Love your layering and that cute kitty! Beautiful card! Great color combo!

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  13. What a PURRRRRfectly lovely card with the ribbons. I love this.
    Sierra

    www.sierrasgift.blogspot.com

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  14. Your pretty little bow is the perfect accent for this cute cat card. Thanks for sharing it on this blog hop.

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