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Monday, May 5, 2014

Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge 7!

It's time for another challenge at

                                          Challenge #7 Ribbon, Lace, and Twine, Oh My!
Show us your fiber side! Use ribbon, lace or twine on your project. Dig into your hoard and share how creative you can be with fibers! You may use ribbon, lace, twine, embroidery floss, string, yarn, fabric, etc. As long as you have something in the "ribbon" family on your project, you are good to go!



This is what I created using my 
packet of yellow & grey coordinating ribbons
from the April club assortment from

I used the ribbon instead of paper creating a matte for my
photo and sewing the strips onto my paper.
                              
The background is created
by stamping with Pan Pastels,
dripping Golden Fluid Acrylic paint and finally
scraping Modeling Paste through a Crafter's Workshop stencil
then coloring it with Pan Pastels once dry.

                               
                                                 Here you can see some of my ribbon strips,
                          as well as chipboard from Blue Fern Studios painted with fluid acrylic paint.

                             
                                                               More of my ribbon strips.
                                 I stamped the sentiment (Sin City Stamps) onto a leftover piece
                                                     of the ribbon then adhered it to my photo.
                             
Supplies:
Acrylic Paint: Golden
Modeling Paste: Liquitex
Flowers: Recollection
Chipboard: Blue Fern Studios
Stencil: Crafter's Workshop
Ink: Ranger
Stamps: Kaisercraft, Sin City, & Fontwerks

This month we are lucky enough to have 2 challenge sponsors!
 has been meeting the ribbon needs of crafters, wedding planners, rubberstampers, scrapbookers and the artistic community for over 10 years.  We offer great wholesale pricing on full spools of many of our styles, and really reasonable discount retail pricing on ribbon by the yard.

Our large selection of ribbon styles includes a variety of colors and widths in grosgrain, organza, seam binding, gingham, satin, ric rac, twill tape, velvet, bakers twine, jute and much more including a large variety of mulberry flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts.

We offer convenient online shopping, FAST shipping and GREAT ribbon prices.

You can also visit our blog www.reasonableribbon.blogspot.com for daily posts with creative projects featuring ribbon along with two fun challenges on the 1st and the 15th of each month.
is offering 2 of their ribbon packets


and 
Sin City Stamps, owned and operated by Donna Harrison in Las Vegas Nevada, manufactures deep etched red rubber stamps, laser cut stencils, masks, chipboard pieces, page layouts, die cuts and chipboard books.





Make sure to stop by each Design Team member's blog
and see how they used their stamps this week.
                                         Donna Idlet - http://myblogidlet.blogspot.com/
                                         Glenda Brooks - http://glendabrooks.blogspot.com
                                         Gloria Stengel - http://gloriascraps.blogspot.com/
                                         Karen Zueger - http://lostcoastscrapper.blogspot.com
                                         Pam Bray - http://www.pammejoscrapbookflair.com/
                                         Tammi Bennett - http://www.tjsmemoriesblog.blogspot.com/
                                         Amber Milone - http://pinkchicpaperdesign.blogspot.com/
              you are here-----Christy Butters - http://creatingwiththegirls.blogspot.com/
                                         Debbie Seyer - http://www.debbieseyer.com/
                                         Ginny Nemchak - http://pollyspaper.wordpress.com/
                                         Jan Marie Ennenga - http://re-creations4him.blogspot.com/
                                         Kathy Clement - http://www.kathybydesign.com/kathy-by-design-news/


                                           and for even more fun make sure to check out the
                                   Design Team at Sin City as they join up with us for a blog hop.
                                          Barbara Rankin
                                          Karen Lackey
                                          Linda Hess
                                          Lisa Mita
                                          Peggy Oliver
                                          Robin Redd


Sin CIty is also offering a special this month,
use the above code and save on your next order.
Hurry though,
May is flying by.




12 comments:

Dee in N.H. said...

Gorgeous!! I really love that you used that pretty ribbon as a background! How perfect!

lost coast scrapper said...

So cool, love how you used the ribbon and the colors are awesome! xo

Barbara Rankin said...

What a wonderful page layout with all the textures from the stitching and ribbon. The stamped sentiment is perfect, too. So happy to be able to participate with the CHAC blog challenge today.

Gloria Stengel said...

You know how much I looooove your mixed media work. I am amazed at how you worked in the ribbon! You rock!

Pammejo said...

Gorgeous, you always make my jaw drop with your beautiful designs...just love every scrumptious detail.

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

I love, love, love your mixed media pieces. They always just seem to come together in the most perfect way...something I have not been able to achieve myself. I'm in awe of your work!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

I love the colors you chose to work with here. Such a clever use of those ribbons!

Donna Idlet said...

Love your mixed media...love the way you used the ribbon in your layout! Love it!

Peggy Oliver said...

I love the way you used your ribbon! Great Job!

jasann said...

This is a really beautiful layout, love all the elements

Amber Milone said...

Awesome media layout! I love the colors you used and your use of the ribbons. Beautiful!

butterfly said...

What a lovely layout - the contrasting colours are great, and I love all that drippage! Great inspiration for the Craft Hoarders challenge, thank you.
Alison x