One of the products that first put American Crafts on the map, ribbon comes in all varieties, types, and textures. From scalloped velvet to dainty lace, pom pom trim, grosgrain, baker's twine and much much more - American Crafts has it all! This week we'll showcase ribbon in fun and unique ways, starting with a layout and card by Leslie Ashe:
HELLO THERE by Leslie Ashe
Supplies: Surf Cardstock (AM710-5058) – AC Cardstock, 6x6 Paper Pad (35696) – Amy Tangerine Sketchbook, Sketchbook Ribbon (58817) – Premium Ribbon, Palette (42240) – Remarks, Pigment (42241) – Remarks, Sage (72026) – Delights, Square Foam Dots (61710) – This To That Adhesive
PICTURE PERFECT by Leslie Ashe
Ever have one of those? You know, the type that makes “that” face when posing for photo’s? I have. I drew my ribbon choices for this funny layout by what my kids have on in the photo, including one color that was contrasting, which draws your eyes right to the photo.
Supplies: Stargaze Cardstock (AM710-569) – AC Cardstock, Strawberry Spread Paper (35667) – Fresh Squeezed, Addi’s Addiction Paper (35690) – Amy Tangerine Sketchbook, Sketchbook Ribbon (58817) – Premium Ribbon, Palette (42240) – Remarks, Grass Journal (53339) – Thickers, Cascade Scene (53341) – Thickers, Bits (77290) – Amy Tangerine Sketchbook Die Cut Shapes, Sketchbook Fabric Brads (85578) – Elements, .05 Black (562321) – Precision Pen
Up for giveaway to one lucky winner is a variety of American Crafts ribbon:
Leave a comment on this post by Friday August 10th 2012 letting us know what your favorite kind of ribbon is and we'll randomly select the winner and announce them with Friday's post.