Friday, August 6, 2021

Robins & Wrens.....and Ribbons

Hello blog friends, crafters, and ribbon lovers.  Welcome by today as I share a sweet card I created for Really Reasonable Ribbon using just a few of their (many) fabulous products.  If you're like me (and I know you are), you enjoy creating cards and beautiful things.  I get so much inspiration from all of you talented artists, and when I see your beautiful projects using ribbons, trims and twines; I always know that I can find the perfect products for my cards at Really Reasonable Ribbon.  They carry so many great products including ribbons, trims and twines of all sorts and varieties; but SO much more as well.
This card started with some cardstocks (brown and white) that I pressure embossed using the Organic Linen Embossing Folder from Altenew as well as a brick patterned paper.  I did a bit of machine stitching on my card to set up my card base.  I used strips of Scor-Tape to attach them all together securely and permanently.  The birds were stamped and cut using a sweet set called Wrens & Robins from The Greetery. There's definitely a learning curve to using these stamps, and this was my very first attempt.
Once I had everything in place, I used some FABULOUS products from Really Reasonable Ribbon to give it that warmth and charm that only ribbons and flowers can provide.  I bundled some Natural Burlap String and some Black Burlap String to create a "nest" or cluster of sorts.  Next, I added some Mulberry Leaves as well as some Wine Red StamensFossil Stamens, and Milk White Stamens.  I topped the cluster with a Black Open Rose and two Sweetheart Blossoms.  Do you see what I mean about Really Reasonable Ribbon having so many great products?  They always seem to have exactly what I need.  I encourage you to check out all the wonderful products at RRR.
Thanks for stopping by today.  You can always find lots of great inspiration here on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog, and learn about special sales and promotions, the monthly Blog Hop (starting on the 13th of each month), and SO much more.  We enjoy your visits.


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