Saturday, December 1, 2012

Holiday cheer...and a ribbon wreath!

Hi all! I'm back with the second card I made. I used the sketch from The Paper Players, but didn't finish my card in time to submit my entry. Oh well!

and the inside:

Ok, so you may have noticed that ribbon wreath on the card. ☺ I made this using the tutorial I saw here. Seriously, it's so easy to make! As a friend of mine always said, "It looks pretty slappin' good!" LOL! Added a few embellies and it came out better than I expected. And just for kicks and giggles, I'm going to enter this one also for the Simon Says Stamp Challenge: Anything goes.

Well, I'm going to go and maybe do some more crafting now. Thanks again for stopping by! I hope that your evening is fabulous!

Chris ☺

Card Stock: Recollections (kraft); DCWV (green)
DP: Graphic 45 - Christmas Emporium
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Christmas Sampler
Ink: Tsukineko - Tuxedo Black
Ribbon: Michael's
Holly punch - Martha Stewart
Adhesive: SA by 3L (MyStik, 3D Foam Squares); Helmar 450 glue
Other: Offray (bow); Making Memories (ampersand sticker); rhinestones from stash


  1. Your wreath turned out really well, Chris and I love the papers you chose, too - thanks for sharing this with us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge this week!

  2. I love the texture of your Ribbon. Mine wasn't long enough. I love your paper smooches stamps too. I need to get some.

  3. This is so beautiful, love the ribbon wreath and the fabulous design and colors.

  4. this is totally awesome!
    the ribbon-idea is fantastic!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

  5. WOW!!!! Your wreath is AMAZING! LOVE you card and design! Hugs, Karin

  6. Fantastic! LOVE your ribbon wreath, I'm heading over to check out the tutorial, thanks for the inspiration!

  7. Oh how cute-I love that ribbon wreath!! What a cool idea-thanks for the tutorial link.


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