Friday, April 22, 2011

Blogger's Challenge #209: Ribbon or Lace

I knew exactly what I wanted to do for this challenge!  I just needed time at home to do it!  But, after church last night and church this morning, I am finally posting my challenge...


I made this card to thank Julie, my latest party hostess.  I used Sticky Strip and Seam Binding Ribbon in  Always Artichoke and Crumb Cake as my ribbon technique.  Super simple. I love how the seam binding can be added without making my cards too thick!  Sure hope we see this product line in the new catalog in July!!!

Have a blessed rest of your Holy Week and a Blessed Easter to all!

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11 comments:

BarbaraW said...

Beautiful card. Love the ribbon presentation.

Ida said...

Lovely card and the seam binding looks fabulous.

I bought some of the Cherry Cobbler at Christmas to use and wouldn't you know it I cannot for the life of me find where I put the stuff!

Basement Stamper said...

Gorgeous job with the seam binding and the sentiment framing is beautiful!

Asia said...

Beautiful card :) The colors and flowers all around :)

Happy Easter to you too.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Beautiful ribbon on your card. Very pretty- Happy Easter!

JP Card Crazy said...

Love all the ribbon ideas in this blog and this is no exception! Love the way you used your ribbon. Gorgeous card!

Linda Monroe said...

I adore this seam binding ribbon. I agree, it's nice that it's not too thick on a card. It also is so fun to manipulate. I like I you scrunched it. Very nice. Happy Easter. Enjoy the celebration of our risen savior.

Lisa Somerville said...

I'm sure she'll love it! Beautiful color combination, love the ruffled seam binding!

sheryl said...

Pretty card! Love the colors and how you added the seam binding in ruffles!

njburk said...

This is very nice--love the softness of the colors you chose. Happy Easter to you and yours, N

Barbara said...

I'm with you....sure hope that there's a lot of seam binding in our new catalog! Love that stuff. And it's perfect on this card...just beautiful!