STMC15-Ribbon Ornament Class A' Peel Card

Okay, so it's Monday, not Saturday. I would be even more behind if it weren't for the fact that this card I created a couple of months ago also works for this week's Stampendous Saturday Sketch challenge #STMC15. This week happens to be Wendy's week, so be sure and visit her blog to see her awesome version, as well as the Stampendous Impressions blogsite, and the team sites as well. All the rules, info, blah, blah, blah can be found on the Stampendous blog including what great prizes you could win by following along with us! Wendy thought since all of us have been sweltering this week, it would be the perfect time for Christmas in July! So, pull out those Christmas carols, crank up the A/C until it snows, and get creating! Okay, there is a slight catch...you also need to incorporate something different with stickers. My version here uses the Stampendous Class A' Peel "Scrollwork Ornaments" in mirror silver. I love these! So elegant and versatile (yep, I used that word again!), they work all by themselves or in a cluster like on this card. The different portion of this card is that I placed them over some really cool thin, crumpled ribbon (not my fault, it comes that way) and cut them out. I placed them on a panel of corrugated cardstock that added texture to an otherwise monochromatic card. More of the ribbon was used for the big, fluffy bow, and I added mirror silver "Curly Q's" borders down the sides. Go cool down and create for Christmas!
Pam

Class A' Peel "Scrollwork Ornaments from Stampendous (AC1016MRS)
Class A' Peel "Curly Q's" from Stampendous (AC710MRS)
Bazzill Cardstock
Creative Impressions "Crepe" ribbon
corrugator
double-sided foam adhesive

Comments

wendyp said…
What an awesome use for those tiny scraps of ribbon! I just used that ribbon on a card last night...love it!
Kristi said…
love this project...way cool
Scrappychick said…
wow girl, just blow me away! Love the card...tres chic!

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