Monday, February 13, 2012

Really Reasonable Ribbon February Blog Hop!



Welcome to the February Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop!

You should be coming to me from Dawn's Blog. If not, go back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog and start the hop! You don't want to miss any of the stops!

I used the February Ribbon Club Assortment for my project. This assortment is all about the wearin' of the green!


Green is one of those colors that I don't use very much, mostly because it's hard to match. Some greens have a lot of yellow in them, some more gray, and some more blue. That makes it hard to match paper to ribbon to ink. But I gave it a good try!


I colored the image with Copics, and then found some papers that had blue and green in them. I think that the ribbon is fun and goes pretty well.


I used the bubble grosgrain and apple green star grosgrain ribbons from the Ribbon Club set.

I love to layer ribbon. It makes a fun contrast. Besides, if I don't use layers or multiple ribbons, there is no way I can ever begin to use up my huge stash of ribbons! {giggle}


In keeping with the boy theme, I used a gear and a button to decorate the corner of the card. I used pliers to bend the gear, making it appear "used."

I hope you enjoyed your visit!

Now, keep on hopping! Go to Jan's Blog next!

Supply List:
Cardstock: American Crafts Spinach, Black, Neenah Natural White
Designer paper: Basic Grey Marjolaine
Stamps: Tickled Pink digi, Unity Jillibean Soup Spotted Owl Soup
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin' Up! Certainly Celery, Copic Markers
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon February Ribbon Club
Other: Gear (7Gypsies), button, floss (craft supply)
Adhesive: Scotch 3M tape runner, foam tape, glue

25 comments:

  1. Cute card! Love how you layered the ribbon and that turned down corner!

    Hugs,
    True :D

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  2. I love your card Gloria!! I think you did a terrific job matching the colors and it's a great 'boy' card. The green looks great!

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  3. Fun use with the double layering on your cute design.

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  4. Great to see a "Male" card...very clever.
    Jane x

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  5. Very Hip card! Love it!

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  6. Very nice card for a young man.

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  7. Great Card! Hugs! Leah ann

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  8. Fantastic! Love the turned down corner! Maybe I should start layering my ribbons as well!
    Blessings Bernie

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  9. Hiya! I really like this card. You have done a wonderful job matching up the colours. I also like the way that you have layered the ribbons and lots of other little details. I like the image too.
    Best wishes
    Sharon. xxx from England

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  10. I think the ribbon matches just fine. Very good idea for an older boy's birthday.

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  11. Love your creative card.

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  12. To say you dont use the colour green very much, you have done a great job with this design!

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  13. Very nice card, thank you for sharing it.

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  14. You did a great job matching up your greens! Fantastic job and card!

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  15. Wonderful card, love the design paper and that snazzy designed button.

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  16. Cool card, Gloria!! The colors look great. Fun!

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  17. Great boy card!!! What a fun addition using that gear element!!

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  18. Great card! Love your papers too!
    Love Pearl x

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  19. I have a hard time with masculine cards. This turned out great!

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  20. Great card and a masculine one, too. Fabulous.

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