Friday, May 5, 2023

My Forever Friend

Thanks so much for stopping by today to say hello.  It's your friend, Karen Letchworth here today sharing another super FUN card that I made using a few of my favorite products from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  I can honestly say that this card came together using a whole lot of scraps.  The red card base was a pre-cut scrap, as were the small piece of corrugated cardboard, the left-over piece of red gaffer tape, and the scrap of patterned paper.  So, I literally used a few random items that I had laying around on my craft table to create the base of this card.  The secret is.......Scor-Tape.
It's all held together securely using strips of Scor-Tape.  I wrapped the card in Natural Burlap String and also attached a piece of lovely Crochet Lace to this card giving it lots of fabulous texture.  That's what Really Reasonable Ribbon helps you do.  I cut a length of Solid Ivory Baker's Twine, lengths of Solid Wheat Baker's Twine and Solid Red Baker's Twine, and I attached those as well.  Yes, lots of great layers.
I added an antique milk cap, a torn scrap of Burlap Ribbon, a miniature paperclip, a sentiment sticker, and the small doily and little house(s) are from old PTI die-cut sets.  The patterned paper scrap and sentiment sticker are from October Afternoon 5 & Dime.  Lots of vintage stash items here, and Really Reasonable Ribbon helps to make it all so much more exciting.
Any time you need some amazing inspiration, you're welcome to stop by the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog to see what my fabulous teammates are up to using ribbons, trims and twine.  There's always a great bargain at RRR, reasonable shipping, and.......every type and width of trim, lace, ribbon, twine, mulberry flowers and adhesive you could ever imagine.  Don't miss out on ALL there is at Really Reasonable Ribbon.


1 comment :

  1. LOVE this to bits !! I'm a big corrugated user and I 've made that little heart house..Beautiful elements used Have a great weekend and Thanks for sharing.


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