Sunday, March 17, 2013

The Ribbon Reel #49!

 Hello crafty peeps!  Welcome to The Ribbon Reel #49 - 'Spring Cottage'!  We are being asked to create a card or project using pink, yellow, aqua plus ribbon and a flower for this new challenge - YUM!!!

I created a sweet banner using these goodies from The Ribbon Reel Shop:

Then I created a pretty nosegay and sweet ruffly accent using these delicious goodies from the shop:

And last, I used these stamp sets from Paper Sweeties:

Please be sure to stop by The Ribbon Reel challenge blog to check out the beautiful projects the rest of the teamies have created for inspiration, and then we hope you'll have time to play along with our 'Spring Cottage' challenge for a chance to win an awesome prize package to The Ribbon Reel Shop!

Thanks for stopping by today for a visit!

CASE Study #132 - inspiration colors - aqua, vanilla, kraft
Really Reasonable Ribbons #68 - flowers & ribbon
Catered Crop - flower power



Jennifer said...

This is so amazingly bright and cheerful! What a delight to look at! Have a beautiful day!

Patty O'Malley said...

Very pretty springy card!

Pauline said...

Just gorgeous Debbie, such a pretty card, these colours make me smile!

Conniecrafter said...

Lovely, like the flowers hanging from the line, cute pom pom border, lovely big flower!

Pauline said...

This is so pretty... so delicate!

Helen Berry said...

Total gorgeousness! Love all those wonderful Ribbon Reel trims and the pretty yellow spring touches!

cherry said...

lovely and full of spring cheer! Thanks for sharing with RRR! cherry

Debbie (Little Gingham Bear) said...

Gorgeous card I think I would have really struggled with those ingredients - thanks for sharing with Fussy and Fancy Friday

Alex said...

Good luck to the challenge!!!
Come on my blog ... and if you want you can be a new member!!

Crafty Hugs, Alex

Heather said...

I really like the colors and the layout. Beautiful card. Thanks for sharing.

Bonnie Garby said...

Gorgeous! Thanks so much for participating in our Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge.