May Arts Ribbon & Stampendous

Who doesn’t love a little creative collaboration??

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This week, the May Arts Ribbon Ribbonistas have been hopping along with Stampendous. We were able to get our hands on some of their beautiful stamping products to create with. Together I have created this nautical themed card. Something a little masculine perhaps, or a greeting for that ocean loving person on your greetings list.

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I chose to work with a set of sentiments stamps, that included all of the stamped images you see on my card. Once I stamped the sentiment on the front of my card, I used a variety of markers and gel pens to add just a hint of subtle colour.

Ribbon Used:

Red Satin Knot Edge

Navy Anchors Grosgrain

Navy Wired Chevron

Open Weave Burlap Net

Natural Burlap String

The sentiment on the inside of the card was also stamped using plain black ink, and then I added just a few doodles around it using my Tombow drawing pen.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

If you missed the rest of Stampendous week, check out the other creations below.

Monday

Amy Rysavy

DeeDee Catron

Gini Williams Cagle

 

Tuesday

Jen Shears

Jenifer Cowles

Jennifer Davey

 

Wednesday

Karen Baker

Karen Hanson

Latrice Murphy

 

Thursday

Lori Williams

Michele Kosciolek

Rebecca VanDeMark

 

Friday

Tami Mayberry

Terri Burson

Tracy McLennon

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10 thoughts on “May Arts Ribbon & Stampendous

  1. You are really teaching me things here! I love how your card is stunning and the combination of ribbons and burlap string is fabulous! Love this kind of inspiration!! Thinking outside the box! So clever of you! Really showcases these ribbons and sentiments!

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  2. Love the ribbons on this card, it could be used for so many different kinds of occasions. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  3. SO cool! What a wonderful arrangement of ribbons and twine’s–you really created that amazing nautical feel and I love it! Thanks for sharing your great inspiration for today’s hop! Most fabulous! 🙂

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