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Location: Orem, UT

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Ribbon Cards by Jennifer

Jennifer Gallacher created a trio of totally cute cards showcasing American Crafts ribbon.  Jennifer Thank-You-Bee-Card Thank-You-Floral-CardThank-You-Rose-CardSupplies: 12x12 Cardstock Ash (71078) - AC Cardstock, 12x12 Cardstock Sunflower (71038) - AC Cardstock, 12x12 Cardstock White (71081) - AC Cardstock, Mother Always Says Paper (35388) - Peachy Keen, Sweet on You Paper (35374) - Peachy Keen, Fancy Free Paper (35377) - Peachy Keen, Corduroy Brads (85538) - Elements, Bowtie Ribbon Card (89398) - Premium Ribbon, Bellflower Clear Stamp (59202) - Stamps, Thanks Clear Stamp (59007) - Stamps, Mustard (59515) - Pigment Ink, Black (59500) - Pigment Ink, Charcoal (59501) - Pigment Ink, Dimensional Tabs (61710) - Adhesives

"I hardly feel my cards are complete without a little ribbon on them. It adds a touch of femininity to these stamped cards. But you can also use ribbon in a masculine fashion when you pair it with a corduroy brad. On the bee stamped card, I was inspired by the look of a tux with the silk ribbon running across the patterned paper, and the gray ribbon hanging down from the brad. Little details and textures can take a card from "ho-hum" to "wow," and I'm always about a personal touch when I'm sending cards to people I love. You can also change up a ribbon's look on a card by tying the ribbon into a bow or into a knot. You could also double up two different widths of ribbon for an entirely new look. Really the ideas are endless!"

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