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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Fuzzy Jute

Happy Tuesday ribbon lovers!  Today I'm sharing a project that is keeping the season of fall close to my heart.  Both of my children are October babies and one of the funnest child oriented holidays is fast approaching!  

Not a lot of supplies needed: Just the Studio G card pack, clear emboss pad, embossing powder, sentiment set and some wonderful fall colored Jute String Orange and ribbon from the September club pack and Ivory Edna lace from our lovely leader Bonnie and the Really Reasonable Ribbon Store!
My card class had their monthly share last Wednesday, the theme was fall, and I decided to make my 5 cards from a tree stamp set and I've shown step by step process below.
Some of my new favorite card packs from Studio G are perfect for quick cards and offer really beautiful designs.  

Voila! It's the perfect little fall card x 5!  Big hit in class!

 If you're looking for the entire tutorial, stop by the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog today

INGREDIENTS: 
Flourish Tree & Quote by Raindrop Echo Design
Studio G card and envelope pack
For the Women in our lives sentiment set by Raindrop Echo Design

 MEDIUMS: 
EK Success Copper coloriser embossing powder
x-static powder
Copic YR18 for crystal inside

 EMBELLISHMENTS: 
The Paper Studios Crystals
RRR lace and ribbons above
Craftpon Etsy store button

 INSPIRATIONAL THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:
Working with the Really Reasonable Ribbon Ramblings blog and team for the generous and simply wonderful Bonnie has been such a pleasure!  Thank you again for all of the wonderful opportunities and I'll be buying this ribbon for the remaining time it is available.  Never have I found such great quality, reasonable prices and terrific customer service!  Not to mention the huge variety!  The perfect product for every project! Hugs to all the ladies, see you around blogland!  I recommend next time Bonnie has a call, you all try to get on this wonderful team of ladies!
Thank you for visiting,

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