Monday, May 25, 2020

Birthday Princess Card w/Really Reasonable Ribbon

 Hello everyone and Happy Monday to you all. Today I have a sweet card made using Really Reasonable Ribbon supplies and the Little Princess Paper Collection that was in my stash. Love all the RRR Flowers and pretty purple gingham ribbon matches perfectly with this paper.
 So for my card I did 3 layers plus a tag layer, and then added the Little princess cutout and hat. The flowers I chose are Pink Chrysanthemums , Purple 20mm Open Roses, Deep Ivory Aster Daisies, 12mm Rose Buds in 2-tone pink, I love layering up all the RRR flowers, they are all absolutely Gorgeous . I did add some branches that I punched out using a MS punch.

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies:
Pink Chrysanthemums
Purple 20mm Open Roses (mixed pastels)
Deep Ivory Aster Daisies
12mm Rose Buds in 2-tone pink
Foam Squares
Scotch advance Tape Refill
Gingham ribbon grape

other supplies used
Sewing maching
hot glue gun
Happy Birthday stamp from My Makers Movement
Little Princess Paper Pad by AC
Little Princess Embellishments
Martha Stewart branch punch

thank you so much for looking and have a lovely day!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Happy Happy 4th Birthday Chloey

 Hello everyone and Happy Thursday to all! Today I have a sweet card I made using Really Reasonable Ribbon and a super cute design collection from Pebbles. I made this for my Granddaughters 4th Birthday, and had so much fun making this, hope you all enjoy.
 On my card I started with lots of layers, of course I love layers. It has 5 layers and then the little birthday hat and balloons. Super fun collection. I added the darling ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon along with a cute little brad. The Ribbon I chose is the Delicate stitched Ribbon and the Summer Fun Confetti Grosgrain Dots. I then added a brad to the center using hot glue. The darling paper collection is one Ive had for a long time called Birthday Wishes. I even have the embellishments to go along with it. super cute! Lastly I added sewing to all layers, and even finished the inside of the card too.
Really Reasonable Ribbon:
Delicate Stitched Ribbon
Summer Fun Confetti Dots Grosgrain Ribbon
Foam Tabs White
Scotch Tape Refill

Thank you for stopping by and hope you have a lovely day!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Really Reasonable Ribbon May Blog Hop

 Welcome to "Really Reasonable Ribbon's  May” Blog Hop












if you arrived here from Ginny's Blog you are on the right track. If not , you will want to head back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog that way you don't miss out on any of the FABULOUS Designs from the Design Team today! There is going to be lots of Beautiful projects to see today using the Vintage Patriotic Ribbon Assortment, so I hope you Enjoy 
For my card today I chose this darling design paper from Pink Paislee called Pen Pals its an oldie but I love it! I layered 4 different designs from the 6 x 6 paper stack. Next I added sewing to each layer to give some embellished edges, and white gel dots. The Happy Birthday and tag are from My Makers Movement called Petite Sentiments. Every layer is popped using RRR foam squares to give the card a 3-d look.

Next I chose the 2 ribbons from this months vintage Patriotic Ribbon Assortment, love these 2 satins together. I then layered the flowers using the Large white Chrysanthemums and then Red Cherry Blossoms , and next to those are the blue 15mm open roses, then rose buds in red, Love how everything coordinates so perfectly together. Lastly I added a little pearl heart.
Really Reasonable Ribbon supplies Used:

other supplies used:My Makers Movement Petite Sentiments,Pink Paislee Pen Pals, white gel pen ,sewing, Hot glue gun

Thank you so much for stopping by, and hope you enjoyed my card for today!

Your NEXT stop for today's hop is Karens wonderful blog!!!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Friday, April 24, 2020

Really Reasonable Ribbon Decorated Basket


Hello everyone, Hope you all are doing well and staying safe and healthy at this time. I wanted to share this darling basket I made for my Granddaughter for Easter using Really Reasonable Ribbons Flowers and Beautiful Ribbons to decorate it. Love how you can use ribbons on just about anything, and RRR has the best ribbons!

The basket was made in the hoop on my sewing machine using the embroidery design from Shelly , next I thought how cute it would be to use Really Reasonable Ribbons from the March assortment love them all but picked the 2 yellows,( delicate stitched Satin & Plaid Yellow) also the white checkerboard satin to create my bows for the sides. I then hot glued all the flowers to the bows, and added some ribbon and another flower to the candy cutie bunny.
Really Reasonable Ribbon:
Yellow Plaid Ribbon
Delicate Stitched Satin
White Checkerboard Satin
Mixed Pastels Magnolias 
2-tone Aster Daisies Lilac
Mixed Pink Rose Buds


Here is a close up showing all the beautiful flowers and ribbons I used on the basket sides. Love how this turned out, and she loved it!



Hope you enjoyed my post for today! thank you so much for stopping by. Have a lovely day!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Monday, April 13, 2020

Really Reasonable Ribbon April Blog Hop

 Welcome to "Really Reasonable Ribbon's  April ” Blog Hop

if you arrived here from Ginny's Blog you are on the right track. If not , you will want to head back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog that way you don't miss out on any of the FABULOUS Designs from the Design Team today! There is going to be lots of Beautiful projects to see today using the Spring Rainbow Ribbon Assortment, so I hope you Enjoy 
 for my projects today I started with Embroidery in hoop designs that I had purchased to use on my sewing/embroidery machine, and then decorated them with the Beautiful Ribbons and flowers from Really Reasonable Ribbon. Love how you can use ribbon on just about anything you choose. for the bunny I just hot glued the purple checked ribbon and then added an Aster Daisy flower in Deep Ivory color. Next for the carrot I chose a open rose in white, and then added 2 yellow rose buds.
Really Reasonable Ribbon:
Open Roses 20mm
Aster Daisy
Rose Buds
This months ribbon assortment
Thank you so much for stopping by, and hope you enjoyed my card for today!

Your NEXT stop for today's hop is Karens wonderful blog!!!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Eggstra Special Easter Card

 Hello crafty friends, hope you all are doing well and staying safe. Ive been trying to get some fun sewing and crafting in lately as ive been home. This little Easter card is one Ive made while home, and it sure was fun to make. I used all Really Reasonable Ribbon supplies and My Makers Movement dies and stamps  on this.
 On my card I started with some cute Easter design paper layers, and then cut out the Nested tag using the Makers Movement Nested square tags die set, and layered them up. Next I added sewing and then the DARLING little chick from the Eggstra special day stamp and die set. That little Happy Easter banner is from the Mini File Folder set.  I added Really Reasonable Ribbon in brown Satin Shimmer, and then the Pearl Pink Diamond ribbon on top of the brown for a double bow.

flowers- I used Really Reasonable Ribbons Magnolias Mixed Pastels blue flower and then added 2 Open Roses 20mm in Pink from the Mixed Pastels as well. The rose buds came from white and cream rose buds set.

The design papers are oldies that ive had in my stash and wanted to use today. Love them! Its funny out of ALL the design papers I have, I'm super low on Easter ones. Anyways I enjoyed creating this super darling card for today and hope you enjoy it as well!

Really Reasonable Ribbon
Mixed Pastels Magnolias
Mixed Pastels Open Roses 20mm
White and Cream Rose Buds
Diamond Pearl Pink Ribbon
Brown Satin Shimmer Ribbon
Foam squares
tape runner
https://www.reasonableribbon.com/item/Scotch_Advanced_Tape_Glider_ATG_General_Purpose_Refills/8343/c405

Makers Movement
Mini File Folder set
Eggstra Special Day stamp and die set
Nested Square Tags Die Set
Hope you have a lovely day! Hugs to all!
Cheryl

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Really Reasonable Ribbon Decorated Mini Milk Jar

Hello everyone , Todays project was designed for  Really Reasonable Ribbon ! Hope you are all doing well! Today I have a Mini Milk Jar I had purchased after Christmas and figured they would work perfect for decorating with RRR flowers and Ribbons, Loving how this turned out. I figured it could hold either Candy to give as a gift or maybe buttons or something else. Super fun and easy to decorate.

On this i started with the Robbins Egg wrinkled Ribbon and then added the gingham print on top. I used the hot glue gun to add it to the jar. Next I chose to use the Yellow Chrysanthemums to the ribbon and then added 3 rose buds. I tucked the tag under using one of the foam squares from RRR and the little ladybug was also added using a foam square. want an easy project , this is it! And super fun to make.

Really Reasonable Ribbon supplies:
Hope you all enjoyed my post for today and thank you for stopping by! Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Friday, March 13, 2020

Really Reasonable Ribbon March Blog Hop


Welcome to "Really Reasonable Ribbon's  March ” Blog Hop


if you arrived here from Ginny's Blog you are on the right track. If not , you will want to head back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog that way you don't miss out on any of the FABULOUS Designs from the Design Team today! There is going to be lots of Beautiful projects to see today using the March Garden Delights Ribbon Assortment, so I hope you Enjoy 

For my card today I chose to use the Yellow and Peach ribbons from this months assortment, as they worked perfectly with the design papers and flowers I used. 
flower cluster was done using two ribbons and made into bows, next I layered some green branches I punched out with a martha stewart punch, and then hot glued the Peonies from the Mixed Purple/Lilac packagte, then added some carnations, then 20mm open rose in yellow, then used the apple blossom in peach, and lastly the rose buds from the mixed purple pack. 
The little tag and Happy Birthday sentiment came from the My makers Movement set called Petite Sentiments set. I love how pretty Purple and Yellow are together. Lastly I finished off my card by adding Really Reasonable Ribbons pearls 8mm.
Thank you so much for stopping by, and hope you enjoyed my card for today!

Your NEXT stop for today's hop is Karens wonderful blog!!!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Monday, March 9, 2020

The Sweetest Birthday Wishes/ Shaker Card



Hello everyone and Happy Monday to you all! Today I'm sharing a sweet card made for a friends Birthday that is this week, and for Really Reasonable Ribbon and My Makers Movement, using the beautiful Ribbons from RRR and super darling Dies and Stamps from Makers Movement, I will list all products used below, thank you.


On my card for today I chose to use the super cute design papers from Pebbles called From Me to You, Love it! Next I put each layer together using the Scotch advanced tape refill, and then added sewing and white dots to each layer.

Jar was done using this darling set called You're the Sweetest from My Makers Movement, and I added the cute little heart sprinkles inside. Love this darling jar, its a shaker card. The lid for the jar has the foam under it, and then a RRR 10mm flat backed pearl.

Next I chose to add some Beautiful Ribbon bows to my card, I hot glued them on in the corner, double layered bow, using Delicate Stitched and Gingham ribbons both from Really Reasonable Ribbon, and then added the big beautiful Yellow Chrysanthemums.

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies 
Pearl 10 mm
Chrysanthemums 
Delicate Stitched Ribbon
Gingham Ribbon
Foam Tabs
Scotch Advance Tape Refill

My Makers Movement supplies
you're the sweetest stamp and die set
sweetheart shaker sprinkles
Double Sides adhesive craft foam
acetate
crafters edge machine

other supplies
gel pen
pebbles design paper
card stock from Paper temptress (red)
card stock AC
hot glue gun

I really had a lot of fun designing this card, and love how it turned out!
thank you for stopping by and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Thank you card w/gift card holder

Hello everyone, today I have a super fun card I made for Really Reasonable Ribbon and for Makers Movement using Really Reasonable Ribbons beautiful ribbons/supplies and My Makers Movement super cute dies and stamps. I love the colors for this card and will list the supplies used below.

On my card i started with using the darling design paper from Pebbles Yours Truly paper stack. Love the colors in this line as they are absolutely darling and match with the RRR ribbon perfectly! I love layers and you can tell on this one, as there are plenty of layers here. I even did the inside as Ive been trying to make sure they are all complete for gift giving. I used the beautiful Satin Checks and Delicate Stitched ribbons on this card for a double bow. Next I chose to layer all My makers Movement dies, and Love that I used the file for a gift card holder, which you will see in my next photo. I thought how perfect would it be to not only give a card but have it hold a sweet gift card on the front as well. This one was made for someone special, now all i have to do is mail it out.

Really Reasonable Ribbon carries some super cute embellishments, and these hearts I used are one of my many favorite.   Next I chose to add sewing to most of my layers, the only thing I couldnt sew was the shaker and the heart as there is foam in between them both. Also the mini file is not sewn. I did add some white gel dots to each layer for some fun.

My Makers Movement


Really Reasonable Ribbon supplies:

all others:
white gel pen
stampinup ink
club scrap black ink
pebbles design paper
Paper temptress red
american crafts card stock
Hot glue


Thank you so much for stopping by and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Monday, February 24, 2020

Thanks card with Really Reasonable Ribbon

Hello everyone , today I have a card I made for a co-worker using Really Reasonable Ribbon Beautiful flowers, Ribbons, and embellishments. I had so much fun making this card and she LOVED it! I'm loving the NEW Bold Satin with Grosgrain Edge Ribbon that Bonnie carries. I will post a link to video's on my bow making here.
 So for my card base i used the My Makers Movement Thanks die for the top of my card. Love using these fun dies to create a fun card for giving. Next I used the flowers from RRR they are under cabochons flower rhinestones  they were hot glued on the thanks. Love adding lots of layers to my cards, and this one i'm very pleased with. I did a flower cluster in the upper left corner using 2 different ribbons and lots of beautiful flowers. I also used the green leaves and some die cut floral swirls. the sentiment is from Just Right Papercraft.
Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies used:
Lotus 2-tone baby pink
Carnations Mixed Blues
Rose Buds Mixed Blue
10mm open roses Mixed Pink
sweetheart blossoms Yellow
Green Leaves
Embellishment flowers
Bold satin with grosgrain edge Pearl Pink 
Pink checked satin ribbon
foam squares
scotch tape refill runner
others:sewing, hot glue, white gel pen, just rite stamps, cheerylynn dies,


Thank you so much for looking and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Really Reasonable Ribbon February Blog Hop


 Welcome to "Really Reasonable Ribbon's  February ” Blog Hop

if you arrived here from Ginny's Blog you are on the right track. If not , you will want to head back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog that way you don't miss out on any of the FABULOUS Designs from the Design Team today! There is going to be lots of Beautiful projects to see today using the February Blue & Brown Ribbon Assortment, so I hope you Enjoy 


On my card today I chose to use the two beautiful ribbons from this months ribbon club to create my double bow, I will list them below for easy finding , as one is Taffeta and the other is the Plaid Blue/Ivory/Gold ribbon. Love how easy the bows are to make with the gorgeous ribbons from RRR. Love them all in this months assortment, so it was a hard choice to narrow it down to only two.
The layers for my card are from K&Company's Blue Awning. I chose to use some dies on this one, and I will list them below for you. My b

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies Used:

Foam Squares
Scor-Tape
Tape Scotch Refill

others:
Thanks die is from My Makers Movement,owl and rope ladder CC dies,sentiment is from Just Rite stamps,sewing done in blue ,hot glue,copics to color , white gel pen



Thank you so much for stopping by, and hope you enjoyed my card for today!

Your NEXT stop for today's hop is Karens wonderful blog!!!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Monday, February 10, 2020

I love you Valentine


Hello everyone and Happy Monday to you all! Today's card was designed for Really Reasonable  Ribbon and Makers Movement, and was a super fun one to make, as Its a shaker Valentine card, I love making these, also LOVING the new sprinkles from My Makers Movement, aren't they darling!?


On my card for today I chose to use the beautiful new ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon its absolutely gorgeous in person and I LOVE the way it makes up bows, and of course its my favorite color PINK too. I have to say this is another favorite for me.

I found this stack of paper in my stash and just had to use it for my card today. Love Letters by first edition paper. It works perfectly with the new My Makers Movement Nest Framed Heart dies, love these darling little hearts, and the fun Hugs & Kisses Shaker sprinkles. So cute! The Ribbon works perfectly with the colors I've chosen. Loving this ribbon from RRR!  Each layer was put together using the scotch advanced tape refill along with foam squares to give it some 3-D layering . I did add some sewing and then white gel dots.

Flowers were done using Makers Movement Petite Posies Die set and doing my glass flower technique on them. I have several videos on my blog here, and this one was just using the design paper and card stock, so super easy.

I also did the inside of the card using the same design paper and card stock.

All supplies listed below
My Makers Movement
Sweetheart Shaker Sprinkles
Nested Heart frame die set (used for the top of the heart)
Nested Heart die set(used for the back and the Acetate)
Makers Movement Clear Acetate sheets
Petite Posies die set (for the glass flowers) made with colored design paper and card stock.
Sweet Petite sentiment and die set (I love you sentiment used)

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies Used:
Pearl Pink Bold Satin with grosgrain edge
Scotch Advanced Tape Refill
Scor-Tape
Foam Squares

Thank you so much for looking and have a lovely day! Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Valentines Cutie


Hello everyone, and Happy Saturday to you all! Today I wanted to share a card I made using some of the beautiful flowers and ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon! I'm loving all the flowers, and have been using them a lot on my cards lately.

So for my card today I chose to use the die cut to create my card base to have the darling hearts on top. Love using these card toppers. I layered using a few different valentine patterns and then added sewing. All layers were put together using the Scotch advanced tape refill, and scor-tape as well.  For the layering and giving it a 3-D look I chose to use some of the foam squares. This cute little kitty unicorn die she is a CC die, and then did a cluster of flowers below her. I chose the beautiful Magnolia flower and then the red Cherry Blossoms, and mint Rose buds. I did cut out some branches to use, and also layered all of this on a Gingham Red Ribbon.

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies Used: 
Scotch advanced tape refill
foam tabs
scor-tape

Thank you for stopping by and hope you have a nice day!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Friday, January 24, 2020

Love you Tons Birthday card


Hello everyone Cheryl here today with this sweet darling card I made for my Grandsons 2nd Birthday, using Really Reasonable Ribbon and supplies. Love the Delicate stitched ribbon as it makes the perfect bows! Also used the Darling Love you Tons Stamp and Coordinating dies from My Makers Movement, so SWEET!

On my card I chose to use the Delicate Stitched Ribbon Silver from Novembers Club and the ribbon can be found here.  Bonnie Carries so many beautiful colors in the Delicate Stitched at the Really Reasonable Ribbon Store. Next I did all my layering using some darling Pebbles Design Paper called Special Delivery. The sweet Elephants and stamps are My Makers Movements , and they are so cute, I just had to use them on his card. For the Happy Birthday I chose to use a rub on, haven't used those in awhile so it came out a little wonky....hehehehe Next I added some white dots using a gel pen, and then added a little heart button. The layers of my card was put together using the scotch Advance Tape refill and then the white foam tabs for 3-D effect. I added the top to the base using Scor-Tape. I also did the inside of my card to coordinate with the outside. Love when I think to do that ahead of time, otherwise I normally just add white cardstock to the inside.


Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies:
 Delicate Stitched Silver Satin Ribbon
Scotch Advance Tape Refill
Foam Tabs
Scor-Tape

other supplies used:
Love you Tons stamps and coordinating dies from MyMakersMovement
White Gel pen
Heart Button
Pebbles design paper
Rub on (Happy Birthday)
Hot glue (for bow)
Club Scrap Black Ink
Mini Misti for stamping
Hope you enjoyed my post today! Thank you so much for stopping by!
Have a lovely day,
Hugs to all
Cheryl

Monday, January 13, 2020

Really Reasonable Ribbon January Blog Hop

 Welcome to "Really Reasonable Ribbon's  January” Blog Hop






if you arrived here from Ginny's Blog you are on the right track. If not , you will want to head back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog that way you don't miss out on any of the FABULOUS Designs from the Design Team today! There is going to be lots of Beautiful projects to see today using the January Sweetheart Mix Ribbon Assortment, so I hope you Enjoy 

For my Valentines Treat carton I chose to the darling Pink grosgrain Heart Ribbon for my bow on the front, then to tie it I used the White Satin from this month Ribbon Club. Love these darling hearts! The Carton was done using My Makers Movement Carton and some fun dies that I had in my stash. The Little Hedgehog was colored using copics and the Love and branches were punched out using a punches. I just had to add a little resin flower to the hedgehog as I thought it would be so cute.
Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies:


other supplies
martha stewart punch
american crafts papers
copics to color
cottagecut
hot glue gun
viva pearl pen black



Thank you so much for stopping by, and hope you enjoyed my card for today!

Your NEXT stop for today's hop is Karens wonderful blog!!!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl