Tuesday, 8 April 2014

The perfect girly combination…..

Hmmm - what could be described as the perfect 'girly' combination? Well I think flowers, ribbon and lovely pastel colours would tick the box for most of the girls that I know!

So that was the inspiration for this card - something you would give to someone who had done something special for you, but made in a way that would suit lots of tastes. I hope I hit the mark!

The lovely stamp is from Stamp Addicts and, when I stamped and coloured it I just knew I wanted to frame it with lots of lovely ribbon, and so the rosette came to be.

It's a little bit time consuming, but really easy to make. I simply cut out some circles from thick card and the applied little strips of super sticky tape all  around the edges. It's then simply a case of pressing down the ribbon in a pleat fashion - or whatever suits, and then layering everything up with thick sticky pads.

Anyway, I hope you like it :-)

Finally, here are the challenges I would like to enter today….


Thanks for stopping by today!

Sharon x


  1. This is really pretty Sharon, love how you've used the ribbon :o) Hugs, Lisa x

  2. Beautiful...Thanks for playing along with us at Totally Papercrafts this week.
    Wendy xx

  3. Hi Sharon, this is lovely and a very different card. Great idea with the ribbon. Hugs, Carol S.xx

  4. This is just gorgeous fab colours and design.xxx

  5. The combo of pretty floral image and ruffled ribbon is very pretty and how nice to make a thank you keepsake rather than a card :-)
    Hugs, Kat x

  6. Hi, A lovely card, love the image and the pretty colours. Thank you for joining Crafty Girls this fortnight. Good luck and we hope to see you again soon.
    Hugs Erin DT and Co Owner x

  7. Such a pretty card, Sharon. That pleated ribbon is AMAZING!!

    Jennifer. x

  8. Beautiful card love all the layers.
    Thanks for joining us over at Challenges 4 Everybody
    Sandy C4E DT


I love to receive your comments, so thanks so much for taking the time to visit me and tell me what you think. Happy crafting! Sharon