Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Many Thanks


On Saturday morning before we hit the road, I was up a little earlier than I needed to be, so I quickly created this card for the current Just Us Girls Challenge.  I love ribbon, but haven't been using it as much as I'd like to lately.  So...here's a quick stamped card with a touch of fabulous May Arts Ribbon.

PS Ignore the ink blob!



15 comments:

  1. How nice to have you join us! Lovely card - Thanks for joining in with JUGS!

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  2. I think we all need to bring back the ribbon! I hardly use it either but love it! Beautiful card, Lynn!

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  3. Your card is lovely! That ribbon is perfect and perfectly tied.

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  4. I have always loved these ribbons when you use them and the subtle colour of this really cpmliments the bright stamped flowers. Hope you are havong fun x

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  5. You always make the nicest cards, Lynn! This is no exception. I'm loving that bit of ribbon and how it echoes the yellow-y flower. This is just sweet and happy. Love it! Bev

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  6. Oh you do ribbon beautifully Lynn! The little group of stamped flowers is so sweet! Just love this card!!

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  7. Love the bright mix of colours for the flowers and the bow is the perfect finishing touch :) Thanks for joining us at JUGS!

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  8. I do not see an ink blob, just a card I want to case! ;)

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  9. What ink blob??? Just a beautiful CAS card! Thanks for linking up with us at JUGS!

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  10. lol, okay, honestly, I didn't see the ink blob until you said ignore it! That's when I bring out the bling! LOL LOVE the ribbon! ox

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  11. I love it, that bow really finishes off your card. I don't use ribbon much at all either but I love the look.
    P.S. actually went in search of the blob after you mentioned it!

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  12. The ribbon looks lovely with those cute little glowers :)

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  13. This is so pretty, and it is nice to see that big ribbon bow. Don't worry about that little smudge--perfect place to put a sequin.

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