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May Arts + Scrapbook Adhesives

Welcome to Day #1 of the 
Scrapbook Adhesives & May Arts Ribbon Blog Hop
This will be a week long event with only a few stops each day.
Be sure to stop by the May Arts Blog to begin

GIVEAWAY-GIVEAWAY-GIVEAWAY
**Two spools of ribbon and adhesives will be given away to a lucky commentor**

I haven't had the chance to use this sweet winter collection by Carta Bella,
so I thought making a card for the hop would be the perfect opportunity.
And if you've followed my blog for any length of time, you know how much
I all ready love and adore Scrapbook Adhesives!
I use their foam square adhesives like they're going out of style tomorrow :)

I cut the hexagon paper out around the design and then adhered it to the 
snowflake paper with foam square adhesive.  

After applying a length of the border sticker (again, with foam adhesive), I took a strip of
Crafty Power Tape and attached it just above the border.  With its super high tack, this
tape is made for holding items, such as ribbon, in place.

I looped the checkered ribbon by tucking and folding in a haphazard-fashion...just go with
the flow...whatever you think looks pretty :)  Just press onto the tape and you'll have
no worries about it coming up from its position.

I took a small piece of the Crafty Power Tape, doubled it and then used it to attach 
each of the buttons in place.  Done!

**YOUR NEXT STOP...Latrice Murphy's Blog**

Enjoy and thank you for being a part of this fun hop!

Comments

  1. Super cute! I totally hear you regarding Scrapbook Adhesives. I use their foam tabs on everything.

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  2. Love all the fun layers with this card and your right you can only do it with the right adhesives.

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  3. This card is adorable, and the twisted ribbon is a perfect touch!
    Blessings,
    Karen
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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  4. what a unique way to curl the ribbon on a card.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  5. WOW! I love your way crating that curly ribbon! Thanks for the idea :)

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  6. Very pretty--I like that hexagon paper.

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  7. LOVE the hexagons and I adore how you adhered the ribbon! TFS!

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  8. Very cute... thanks for sharing

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  9. Beautifully crafted, love the design!

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  10. Whoever thought of the foam squares deserves a medal. Popping items off of the page really adds to the look of the project. Great job on your card.

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  11. This is a beautiful card!!! Love it!!!

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  12. I love all the layers and colours on your card!

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  13. What a pretty card, I love the hexagon paper and the ribbon! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Your card is so pretty! I love that collection!

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  15. I think the hexagon pieces look great, not your usual design for Christmas. I like how you used the power tape to add your ribbon, very cool. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Love the colors and patterns on your hexagons. I like that one little snowflake in the top one. Nice touch. Great paper choices and I especially admire the creative way you attached the ribbon. Well done!

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  17. Very Nice card, love how you added the checkered ribbon just makes it pop.

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  18. Beautiful! I am in love with how you placed your ribbon! Love the hexagons!! TFS!

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  19. Beautiful card. I LOVE the way you did that ribbon.

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  20. Love the hex design.....looks like ice crystal plates!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

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  21. I love a good hop--this is just lovely!

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  22. Oh my goodness, I love your card. The colors, the designs, the layout, the ribbon. Awesome. Tfs Patricia B

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  23. Lovely how the top layer ribbon maintains its dimension and fluidity. Beautiful.

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