I used this cute Sweet n Sassy image, from Cocoa's Tasty Treats, coloring it with Copic markers. The darker card stock is a deep Bazzill Brown, although I know it looks black in my photo.
Not only did I make this card, but I also decorated a gift box to go with it! I love making/decorating gift boxes to go with cards I give to friends and family. This pretty designer paper is from Handmade Memories Paper Pack by Hot Off the Press. Isn't that checkerboard pattern in the ribbon cool? I love it!
The following close up photo shows how I looped the ribbon on the gift box. Since I don't own a sewing machine, I held my loops together with Scor-Tape (love that stuff!) I used the same designer paper and my scallop punch to make the flower to attach on top of the ribbon.
And here's the card and gift box together!
My next card features the pretty lavendar and blue ribbons from the Welcome Spring collection. Instead of using designer paper, I used these lovely ribbons to ground my pretty tulip, which is from A Year of Flowers by Gina K. Designs. I adhered the ribbons to the white card stock with Scor-Tape and the color coordinated brads (which I just happened to have in my stash). I colored the tulip with Copic markers and used an embossed tulip frame on the white card stock. My base card is Stampin' Up's retired Perfect Plum.
Thank you for viewing my projects. Hopefully, they've given you some inspiration for using RRR's beautiful ribbons. AND, don't forget, I have yet another project on my personal blog that I'd love to have you check out!! Here's a sneak peek of it:
Have a terrific day!