Good morning everyone I hope that your week is going well. My inspiration today is a card featuring some fabulous Jumbo Ric Rac. I just loved using this on this boy card and it works so well for the embellishment on all male cards. Its great to find something for the men cards as we all seem to dread doing them!!
If you fancy taking a closer look at all the Ric Rac colours available and the other fab ribbons in the store just click here. Further details about my card can be found on my blog The things I Love.
Hi everyone, it's Lynsey here to share some lace inspiration today. The lovely lace at Crafty Ribbons is so beautifully made it is perfect for adding to cards, I find it very difficult not to add it every card I make as it always seems to be the perfect finishing touch!
Two types of ribbon mixed with a
tag, a cut file, a
scrap of ink soaked paper, a couple of alpha stickers and an enamel dot.
A close up of the details...
I made the ruffle using white ribbon from a £1 ribbon pack.
I set my sewing machine to the longest, straight stitch possible and
sewed down the middle of the ribbon - it doesn't even need to be a
straight line, which is just as well really!! Then pull on one thread
and ease the ribbon along, et voila! Secure the threads with a knot so
it doesn't unruffle over time. I find the super sticky red backed tape
the easiest way to stick ruffles down.
Good morning everyone the card I'm sharing today is a stamp called Picking Flowers and I've used some gorgeous Etienne Lace Lupin and Handmade Ribbon Label from the fabulous Crafty Ribbons store I just love this lace it comes in so many pretty colours
I hope you are all having a great week and make time to look at the gorgeous goodies in the Crafty Ribbons Store.
Good morning my crafty friends Carole her with a shaped card called Best Friends I enjoyed making this shape for a change I find I always pick up the square cards first. I've used loads of organza flowers on my card they are cut from the fabulous Rose Ribbon as its so wide (three rows of flowers) you get loads for your money. I love this colour its so pretty.So why not pop over and take a look the shop has lots of lovely ribbons and lace.
If you want more details about my card these can be found on my blog The Things I Love
Hi everyone Lynsey here with some inspiration for you today. To make these pretty jars which started off filled with pasta sauces I painted them with chalk paint which covers jars really well after a few coats. I next wound string around the middle of the jars and then used some gorgeous lace from the Crafty Ribbons shop and finally finished with a burlap flower and resin rose.
Hello everyone, are you ready for spring yet? I know I am, and when I sat down to make this card, I wanted to see bright and cheery colors. And that's what I did, with watercolor :) And ribbon of course! I used the Swiss Dots Grosgrain Ribbon to make the flower and stripe on this Happy Birthday card :)
Believe it or not, I chose the ribbon before I made the card, by reaching into my Crafty Ribbons container and without looking, pulling one out, hahahaha. It worked!
Don't forget to join in on the challenges which you can find here, and come and visit the ribbon emporium for all your ribbon and lace AND button needs!
Good morning everyone I hope you all had a great Easter. My inspiration today is a new house wall hanging and I've used some of the gorgeous Etienne Lace.on the hanger and tag.
This lace is just fabulous and so useful on all types of projects so hope you can pop over to the store and take a look.
Don't forget our Easter Blog Hop. If you've not entered the details are above and it runs till the 10th April.
Hey hey! Cebelica here on this beautiful sunny day. :) Today I'd like to share with you a card that I made a couple of days ago.
On this card I used 2 gorgeous ribbons from Crafty ribbons - Autumn leaves ribbon (organza trim) and 25 mm wedding satin ribbon. These and maaaaany more gorgeous ribbons, lace, buttons and some other things are available at Crafty ribbons store so be sure to hop there and have a look around. :) You can read more info about this card on my blog.