Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Rub it On, Gingham, WOYWW and candy too!

I've got another fun tutorial for you over at the May Arts blog.  We're using Rub-ons on ribbon to create our own designer ribbons!

I've got 2 more card samples over at the May Arts blog for you and........just for leaving a comment at the May Arts blog...

the Ribbon Lady is going to give one lucky winner 3 rolls of ribbon of your choice and I'm giving you "What's on my Workdesk".... Yep...all those rub ons, stickers and tattoos.   You've got until next Tuesday evening to leave a comment to win.

This also qualifies for the Gingham Challenge #124 on the Creative Belli Blog.  You know you love gingham so play along!

After you do that, head on over to The Stamping Ground and WOYWW 115 to see what's on workdesks all over the world.  I missed last week...I think the daily thunderstorms are wearing us down..they're spraying for mosquitoes tonight...thank goodness!  When I go out to walk the dog we have to keep moving or get eaten alive!

There's a complete supply list at the May Arts Blog as well.  Make sure to leave a comment there to win.

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hope you're feeling better

I'll try to keep from being too "wordy" since I have to pack alot into this post.  First of all, I combined the Clean and Simple CAS131- Partial Images and Teapot Tuesday  MMTPT159 challenges.  Our cards this week are heading to fellow teapotter Connie Jo aka Con-Air who is having knee replacement surgery this week.  Ouch! 

I used the beautiful Flourish Tree from Rubbernecker Stamps, leaving off a portion of the image for the Partial Image challenge CAS challenge and we're to bring Connie Jo either snow or trees.  It's still too hot here to even think snow!

Cardstock- Papertrey Ink
Stamps- Rubbernecker Flourish Tree 556;  sentiment-Papertrey Everyday Button Bits
Ink - SU Chocolate Chip, Copic E59 marker
Other - stick on pearls

Don't forget to scroll down to Monday's post and check out the Rubbernecker Blog Hop...You could win a $25 gift certificate!

And...be sure to check out this post on the May Arts blog.  Larissa, one of our new Video Ribbonistas has a cool tutorial and a giveaway for you on the May Arts YouTube  site.
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