Classic Candy Cane Greeting Card

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Hey there friends and crafty peeps! Time for another fun hop with the crew at Really Reasonable Ribbon.

We’re sharing the projects we created with the Vintage Christmas Assortment November Ribbon Club Assortment.

You should be coming to me from the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog. If you’re just getting started you want to hop on over there to start at the beginning.

Now I know when you think of Christmas projects you would not normally think of camping. The images for this card were colored while were at the lake in our camper. I typically bring stamps and markers when we take a trip so that when I’m up early or during evening tv time I can color images I can use to make cards when I get back to creating in my shop.

I just love how the beautiful ribbon from the collection coordinates with these traditional Christmas colors for the candy cane and background patterned papers.

I was able to give the flowers the perfect finishing touch with the stamens from RRR.

Your next stop in the hop is my dear friend Kathy.

~Really Reasonable Ribbon~ November Ribbon Club Assortment, Flowers Stamens, Ivory Burlap String.

~Polly’s Paper Studio~ Shop

4 responses »

  1. The deeply colored ribbon looks so nice behind your beautiful poinsettia…nice choice. I finally followed your example and punched a hole in the center of my flowers before adding the stamen cluster…made it easier to complete the center with a dab of hot glue that can’t be seen. Still can’t bring myself to use black on cheerful Christmas cards…personal choice. Love the placement of all the elements on this card…very pleasing. Colored bow and greenery choices are nicely coordinated. I do love candy cane images on cards!! Nice!!

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