Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge #38 is ANYTHING GOES, PLUS RIBBON. That's an easy one! Here is my card. Another Christmas pretty!
I used some new stamps and papers. I tend to buy all of this stuff, then it gets lost in my stash and next thing I know, the season is over! So I pulled this out and tried to use a bit of it before it's "last year's stock"! I love the adorable little stamp.
I used five different trims on this card! I used white and red satin double ruffle ribbon, white crochet lace, cherry baker's twine, and natural jute string.
Can you see the fur on her coat and hat? I used some sparkly fluff for that. Messy to work with, but awesome results!
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Cardstock: Bazzill Pomegranate, White, American Crafts Spinach, Neenah Natural White
Designer paper: Stampin' Up Holly Berry Bouquet
Stamps: Stampin' Up Greeting Card Kids, Papertrey Ink Fillable Frames #9
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Clearsnap Colorbox Ice Blue Fluid Chalk, Copic Markers. Sakura Gelly Roll red, Creative Memories Precious Elements Gold
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon white and red satin double ruffle ribbon, white crochet lace, cherry baker's twine, and natural jute string.
Fluff: Craft Lounge Sugar Sparkly Fluff
Buttons: Buttons Galore
Die templates: Spellbinders S4-324 Shapeabilities Ribbon Banners
Pearl: Queen and Company
Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L foam squares, Scotch 3M tape runner, Ranger Glossy Accents, Beacon Zip Dry glue, hot glue