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Ribbon Carousel Hop

WELCOME
to my little part of the 
UNITY & RIBBON CAROUSEL BLOG HOP

You should be arriving here from Shemaine's Blog.
All-righty...let's get started!
I love ribbon.  I use ribbon on almost every single project that I make.
It adds that soft texture which, to me, completes a look.
 My first card is pretty simplistic:

Unity: June 2012 Kit-of-the-Month
Ribbon Carousel: Blue Striped Grosgrain Ribbons
Patterned Papers: October Afternoon

Okay, so I'll admit...I was a little afraid to try this next trick, but in the 
end I threw caution to the wind and said 'what the heck!"



You've guessed it:  I stamped onto the actual ribbon and then carefully
trimmed out with a pair of super sharp fine-tipped scissors.
Be sure to use a solvent ink such as Staz-On so that the image
doesn't bleed.  
Unity: Poised & Pretty SB-987A
Unity: July 2012 Kit-of-the-Month (sentiment)
Ribbon Carousel: 1.5" Blue/White Striped Grosgrain Ribbon
and Red/White Striped Poly Ribbon
Patterned Papers: Pink Paislee

Now, let's talk PRIZES: 
 Ribbon Carousel  will be giving away ribbon to one lucky commenter
The winners will be announced on Saturday, 8/18 at 8:00 PM
Prize from Unity:
10 Itty Bitty Stamps.... winner's choice!!!

Thanks for stopping by...don't forget to leave a comment so you'll
be in the prize-drawing :)
Now it's off to visit Carisa's Blog!
Have fun! 
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Comments

  1. Great cards! I just LOVE that first one, great stitching, sentiment and I'm loving the buttons too!

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  2. you STAMPED on the ribbon? WOW! Truly inspiring! I need to try that one day

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  3. Beautiful card, love the heart buttons on it!

    Hugs,
    Tracy V

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  4. The sewist in me is loving your fabulous card, clever idea to stamp on the ribbon.

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  5. Love the ribbon, love the stitching, love the way you used the ribbon as a dress! And to color scheme is one of my favorites!

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  6. I LOVE the first card, it's SO eye-catching

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  7. Great cards and a totally different use of the ribbons. Wow to you

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  8. These are great! Love that dress!

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  9. Thanks for the chance to win!!! I'm working on a new craft space and this would be perfect!

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  10. Yours cards are gorgeous, just my style! Loving the ribbon dress too!!

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  11. Awesome cards! Love the first one! Is very very colorful and happy!

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  12. amazing colours! Thank you for sharing!

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  13. OMGoodness! That second card is amazing! What a clever idea!

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  14. OHHH MMMM GEEEEE I love that you stamped on the ribbon! i love both cards but the dress is fantastic!!

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  15. Fantastic card! The ribbon dress is amazing!

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  16. WOW!! Theyse are beautiful!!

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  17. I really like your cards. Love the stitching. Beautiful.

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  18. Wowza! I love your cards and that stamped ribbon is inspired!

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  19. love your project
    marial302003@yahoo.com

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  20. Beautiful cards. Love the ribbon and use of stamps.

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  21. Wow...your cards are amazing. Thank so much for sharing.

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  22. Two cute cards ! Love the way you used the ribbon - how creative !

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  23. Love the colours in your cards

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  24. omgosh, you paper pieced with RIBBON and I'm IN LOVE!!!! Great cards.

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  25. These cards are absolutely gorgeous!!!

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  26. I am so in love with your cards! Especially the woman and how you dressed it with the use of a ribbon! that is so awesome!

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  27. Love your beautiful cards. TFS.
    dmcardmaker (at AOL dot com)
    (email follower)

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  28. Wow!!! Something new, stamping on ribbon!! Both card are elegant and gorgeous !!

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  29. I've stamped on ribbon before, but never with such a detailed stamp! brilliant!

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  30. LOVE both cards...very different looks, but both look amazing.

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  31. You did a wonderful job Like all the handmade stitching.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  32. That's such a cool idea with the ribbon for her dress, I love it!

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  33. A gown out of ribbon!!! You are a GENIUS! So incredible. Just so in love with your inspiration! :)

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  34. I really enjoyed browsing your blog - gorgeous work!! THanks for a fun blog hop. I appreciate all your work.
    Blessings,
    Karen L
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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  35. Fantastic cards and love that you actually stamped on teh ribbon! Great work!

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  36. Love both your uses of the wide ribbon! Wonderful!

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  37. OMG! What a great idea, stamping on the ribbon, it looks fantastic, thanks for the inspiration, cheers Linda

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  38. Very neat and nice trick! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the chance to win! Love blog hops!

    Carla from Utah

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  39. I am so happy you love ribbon, because I love peeking in to see what you have created using it! That ribbon dress is wonderful...did you share it with Susan W? Flawless stitching too!
    :O)
    Jessica S

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  40. Love your cards....and I LOVE stamping on ribbon! Such a fun look!

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  41. Love the stamp on the textured paper!!! Fabulous!

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  42. Fun cards! Fabulous texture on both of them!
    DeniseB

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