Blog Hop with Really Reasonable Ribbon


Well it’s time again for another Blog Hop with the talented designers from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

rrr-blog-hopWe’re sharing the projects we created with the January Ribbon Club Mix.

ribbonclubjanuarylge_2014This is just the sweetest collection of ribbons and lace to use on your Valentine projects : )

You should have found your way here from Kathy’s blog. If you’re just getting started you need to start HERE.

I actually created 2 projects with this scrumptious collection.

IMG_2810IMG_2808For this Valentine wall hanging I layered the vintage images over pretty patterned papers, chipboard, doily, flowers, buttons and bling. I used the Satin Swiss Dot’s Hot Pink , Sally White Crochet Lace, Mixed Pink Chevron Stripe.

IMG_2803IMG_2805IMG_2804For this Valentine I used the Diamond Satin Hot Pink, Random Hearts, Confetti Hearts,and Sally White Crochet Lace.

Your next stop in the hop is Jessie. Don’t forget to leave a little love for the projects from these talented ladies : )

I hope you all enjoy a happy and productive day and find some time to be creative. : ) G

22 responses »

  1. This is so sweet. I’m a big fan of vintage valentine images and yours are great. Love your gorgeous bows that you put on the hanging. Thanks for sharing a wonderful card with us.

  2. Awe would you be my Valebtine lol these cards are super cute and the you chose to use the ribbons really make these cards extra special

  3. What a gorgeous Valentine! I love that sweet little image! Wonderful choice of papers and ribbon on this project. Those two bows at the top…well, they’re just beautiful!!!! Hugs, Gail

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