Monday, June 8, 2015

Yes please

Hello blog friends, today I am sharing a few projects created with ribbons from May Arts Ribbon and dies from Spellbinders. As a member of the Spellbinders Design Team we were given a very generous supply of various ribbons to create our projects and love them all !!


Yes Please
Supplies for this project are from My Mind's Eye (Hello World collection) ,Simple Stories ( I am collection),Teresa Collins (tags) and May Arts Ribbon.

Here's how I created this layout about my addiction to Starbucks !


1-Prepare background white cardstock . I used a stencil from TCW called Coffee Splotch and Decoart texture paste to create rings on the base paper, let dry. Add splotches of Glimmer glaze in Oil Slick and Fuzzy Coconut ,let dry.
2-Using Spellbinders Fun Filled Rings die, I cut rings out of a brown paper bag. Adhere rings to layout.
3-Cut 3 large circles in different patterned paper.

4-Cut large circles into various sized wedges and adhere to base layout in a circular pattern.
5-Machine stitch into place in a circular pattern.
6-Add burlap ribbon and jute twine/button to tag.


7-Add burlap ribbon to right side of journaling card, machine stitch into place. Sew on button with jute twine.
8- Attach a small amount of twine with staples.


9- Add embellishments and photos.

Now for a few cards.....

Hello Happy Mail

The typewriter die is from Spellbinders and paper supplies from American Crafts.


I loved this chevron ribbon so much, I used the rest of it to wrap my niece's birthday present.






Hello Baby
Supplies for this baby card are from Jillibean Soup and burlap ribbon from May Arts Ribbon.


Thanks for visiting today, hope I've inspired you to use up those ribbons.
Happy Crafting !
xo



2 comments:

  1. What an AWESOME post, Marielle!! I love your creativity and use of products! The baby card is so sweet and perfect for a baby boy! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Make It Masculine” Challenge!

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    1. Thank you so much,you're too sweet !

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