Friday, July 27, 2018


Hello, and thanks for stopping by!  Karen Letchworth here today sharing a cute card that I created for you using a wide variety of Really Reasonable Ribbon's amazing products.  I started by attaching several patterned papers together using an awesome Adhesive called Scor-Tape.  Once all my papers, including the die-cut border, were in place, I ran a width of Peacock Alley Seam Binding across my card and I used that along with some Lipstick Red Seam Binding to create my bow.  Atop this bow, you will see that I tucked in pieces of Red Center Stitch Burlap, Blue Center Stitch Burlap, White Crochet Lace, and Red Gingham Ribbon.  I also added several Red, Teal Blue, White and Black Double Head Stamens into the cluster, and topped it with a Red, a Mixed Blue, and a Black Open Rose.  Don't they all look SO pretty together?
I added some vintage scotch tape and some stickers.  I stamped my (thanks) image onto a sticker and I touched all the paper edges with distress inks.  Papers are lovely, but it's really everything else that gives our cards so much personality, texture and detail.  This card really came to life once I added all the wonderful touches from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  And another I thing that I absolutely LOVE about RRR is that they ALWAYS have the perfect color trims and accents for every project.  They really do!
I hope you will take some time to do some browsing/shopping at Really Reasonable Ribbon.  You will quickly find that they carry SO much more than hundreds of different ribbons and trims.  They have EmbellishmentsAdhesives, gorgeous Mulberry Flowers and so much more.  There's always plenty of inspiration and fun here on the RRR Blog as well, so we do hope you'll stop by often.

Have a wonderful week; and I welcome you to visit my blog, My Cup Runneth Over, for further details.  We're so glad you stopped by today, and hope you'll visit us again soon.  Keep it crafty!



  1. I am loving this color combo! It's really beautiful.
    I always love the details you put into your projects, Karen.

  2. What an adorable card! Love the colors and all the different ribbons! So sweet!


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