Friday, April 22, 2011

Blogger's Challenge--ribbon or lace

This week Lisa our group MOM wanted us to use ribbon or lace on our challenge entry.  Well that is easy as I add ribbon to most of my cards--of course she may have wanted us to do something extraordinary with that ribbon or lace but I will pretend THAT never crossed my mind,  shhhh.  You can find more details for the challenge on Lisa's blog.

I am so loving this new set--I know I probably said that already but I LOVE it.  I combined this with the Sketch Frenzy Sketch challenge for the week--only problem is it is LAST week's sketch.  Go figure, forgot this is Friday so a new one is being posted, lol.  Oh well here is the sketch I followed



Stamps: The Open Sea, Teeny Tiny Wishes, On your Birthday
Paper: Not Quite Navy, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black, Whisper White
Other: buttons, baker's twine, ribbon, label punch, sponges

Come on and play along with us.  It's a blog hop!!!
Mary Jo

13 nice people left a comment:

Tammy Fite said...

This is a great card!! I really like that designer paper!! Great job with the sketch!!

Ida said...

Wonderful card. Love the image and the background paper is really great. I also like the way you did the ribbon with the buttons.

BarbaraW said...

Great image and sketch layout. That's cool ribbon. Love the card.

Basement Stamper said...

the ribbon looks perfect with that image and love the buttons/twine on it.

Linda Monroe said...

This is a really fun card. I love that striped ribbon with the buttons.

Shelly Schmidt said...

I love your perfect bow! This is a perfect sketch with this image- love it- perfect masculine card.

JP Card Crazy said...

Mary Jo I think you did a wonderful job with the ribbon especially with the added button! Love the ship image.

Lisa Bohler said...

Love your ribbon treatment! Very nautical looking effect! Happy Easter to you and your family!

Lisa Somerville said...

Fab masculine card - great use of the ribbon! Have a Blessed Easter!

sheryl said...

Love what you did with the ribbon. Ribbon on a masculine card--hard to do, but you mastered it with this one!

Kimberly Gajewski said...

Wonderful card Mary Jo! That main image is terrific! Love the way you used the ribbon and buttons! Wishing you and yours a very Happy Easter! :D

njburk said...

Yup, that's a great sketch--love what you did with it. Did you make that pattern paper or is it DSP? Sure is cool! Smooth Sailing & Happy Easter! Hugs, N

Barbara said...

This is wonderful! Love the ribbon treatment....I still have a bunch of those buttons left, too!! (So, you may just see this idea CASEd!) You've so inspired me with this set, that it is now a part of my collection as well! (Not sure if I should thank you or not.)