Saturday, 23 March 2013

Ribbons and Bows

We have a lovely challenge this week over on the 52 {Christmas} Card Throwdown all you have to do is add some Ribbons AND Bows to your Christmas cards


Here is my card




My poinsettia has been heat embossed with white embossing powder and then coloured using my Stamin' Write markers. I used some Kraft coloured ribbon and tied my bow using the fork technique - Louise showed me how but I'm sure there are Youtube videos to show you how too - Louise always brings a fork along with her to the workshops now!
Here's a peek inside



Stampin' Up materials used
Stamps: Christmas Blessings
Inks: Versamark, Crumb cake
Markers: Cherry Cobbler, Poppy Parade (retired)
Card Stock: Whisper White, Riding Hood Red, Crumb Cake
Accessories: Scallop Edge Punch
Other: Kraft coloured Ribbon - Fork!
(All current Stampin' Up items can be ordered through me and delivered direct to your door - you will have to provide your own fork! Please see all the details above in the top tabs - thanks).

Don't forget that we will be having an Anything but a Card challenge next week and do pop over to the blog to check out the work from the other DT girls - bye for now - Jacqueline xx

9 comments:

  1. I love kraft, red and white; your card is simply beautiful! That's a sweet bow too (I've seen the fork technique).

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  2. This is stunning, really love that stamp set. You have obviously got the hang of the fork bows, this one is perfect and I think I might nee to get some of that kraft coloured ribbon!
    Louise xx

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  3. This is a beautiful card, the colours are great and the poinsettia is a lovely stamp. I love the white embossing. I'm glad I taught Louise how to do the fork bow, its a great way of making a bow isnt it? I use it all the time now.

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  4. A lovely card.The white embossing shows off the red flower really well

    Bev x

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  5. I love, love, love this card! Just absolutely fab xxx

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  6. HOLY cow, this is amazing! I can see you were inspired by that amazing card from the heat embossing challenge at MMM--I was trying to think of how to color on kraft! You've totally done it! Just stunning, Jacqueline!!! :)

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  7. Your card is beautiful, Jacqueline! I love that technique with white on Kraft! Great job!

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  8. Oh wow Jacqueline - the Stampin Write markers worked really awesome on this. This has great depth and beauty - I love it!!!

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  9. What a beautiful Christmas card Jacqueline, the depth of colour on the poinsettias is stunning! You've used one of my fave colour combos - a fabulous card! Ruth x

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