Tuesday, October 2, 2012

May Arts Ribbon and Stampendous Week!


I'm back today with a a ribbon trio Christmas card. It's a sample of our day 2 off the bolt fun with May Arts Ribbon designer hop. You can sit back and enjoy a wee bit of fun today with our handy hop list. Have fun!

Here's more Design Team Inspiration from:

Wanna win some ribbon and stamps? Visit all the blogs above and leave insightful comments (the kind that let us know you really looked at the project). We'll choose a random blogger each day to pick a random winner!

Congratulations to Monday's winner from Wendy Jordan's Blog:

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Email us at submissions@stampendous.com, Jen, to claim your prize of some exciting Stampendous stamps and May Arts ribbons!!

 

Oh this card was easily made. Three different kinds of ribbon. One stamp set. Two embossing powders and last but not least the Class Appeal Stickers.

It's time to hop over to Jennifer's blog now!

Details:
Stamps: Excelsis Deo (Stampendous)
Paper: Treasures Sage (WorldWin), Cream
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko), Versamark Watermark Pad (Tsukineko), Brushed Corduroy (Ranger)
Accessories: Royal Blue Tinsel Powder (Stampendous), Burlap Cord, Mini Pom poms, Buttercream lace (May Arts Ribbon), Class A Peel Stickers (Stampendous), glue (Zip Dry), stapler (removed staples for holes), foam adhesive dots
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29 comments:

  1. Your card is stunning, Janelle. I love the addition of the blue tinsel embossing powder. It makes for such a festive card.

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  2. What a gorgeous card - the angelic stamp is just wonderful, and the heavenly glimmer of the tinsel powder frames it beautifully. Love the lace - like delicate clouds she's perched on!
    Alison x

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  3. Lots of pretty elements here!! Nice!

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  4. Elegant angel and the blue tones are beautiful.

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  5. This card is fabulous. The green color really makes the card. Love how you inked the edges of the greeting. I am a ribbon lover and these ribbons are perfect for this card. Great job.

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  6. Great card and goes to show how mixing the different types of ribbon and textures really works well together. x

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  7. Beautiful! Love the blue embossing powder, it really adds a lot!

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  8. Love the vintage feel to the card with the lovely angel stamp. Thd blue tinsel powder adds a nice touch!!

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  9. Beautiful card! Wonderful image and great colors in the paper, inks AND May Arts yumminess!

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  10. Fabulous project and lovely ribbon!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. This is so pretty and I love the ribbon combination!

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  12. I love the mainly blue color on the card and that blue tinsel powder I love!!!!

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  13. very pretty Janelle! your bkground is awesome as well!

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  14. Beautiful card--I like your trio of ribbons and the gorgeous stamp.

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  15. I really love this card! the angel looks fabulous and the ribbon is a great accent :D

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  16. Lovely card! Elegant stamp design, and the pompom trim is a favorite!
    DeniseB

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  17. This card is so gorgeous, and the different ribbons lend an elegance that is so easy to achieve! Beautiful job, as always, Janelle! Thanks for always playing with our team!

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  18. An easy but very beautiful card. The ribon really gives it a special boost.

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  19. Great way to use the ribbons. I would never try 3 on one card like that. TFS.

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  20. Great card.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  21. I love the scattered embossing power. How did you do that? It adds a lot to the theme.

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  22. The pom poms are so cute. They lighten up the card.

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  23. Wow! Gorgeous angel stamp!! Love the 3 ribbons, and the bling of the blue embossing pwdr!

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  24. I loved this card and took me back to high school and Latin classes. Great card!

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  25. Gorgeous card, love the blues and the added gems. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. This is gorgeous--I usually send religious themed Christmas cards--I think that's what the holiday is all about! This is a beautiful way to do just that!

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