A Card for Embellish Color Challenge with Ribbon

Hi there! Aren’t you happy that today is Friday? I am happy because of that, and because it is time for another Embellish Color Challenge!!! Yaaay!!! 😀 I am looking forward to see what you are going to create this time! The inspiration from you is fantastic!  I have to say THANKS for that, and for your enthusiasm to play along with us!!!

This time, the challenge is sponsored by May Arts! So, in addition to the great color combination you have to use, you also need to add some ribbon to  your card or project 😮 …Piece of cake, right? 🙂  Do Ribbons sound good as a PRIZE ?….YES! and for more details about May Arts, and the fabulous prize, please click HERE.

This is the inspirational image for the challenge:

And this is the card I made using  a May Arts fabulous ribbon:

Card stock: ANW Crestwood • The Paper Company  •
Stamps: Hero Arts (Cling Butterfly and Flourish background)) (sentiment) (swirl) •
Ink:  Stampabilities (brown pigment ink) • StazOn (opaque white) • Versamark •
Tools: Cuttlebug • Cuttlebug (Distressed Stripes embossing folder)
• Sewing Machine (stitching) • Piercing tool •
Other: Pearls • Hero Arts (flowers) • Inkssentials (white pen) • Soufflé pen • 3M foam tape • Stamp n Stuff (clear embossing powder)
(white embossing powder) • Grafix clear plastic •

Don’t forget that you have until Thursday, February 11, 2010 at 11:59 PM EST to enter your creation (s). You can also add your projects to Embellish Magazine Flickr Group.

Thanks for visiting 😀 Have a great, great weekend!


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