Last weekend my husband and I took our grandson out to Frisco to see the Rough Riders play a double-header (they are the Texas Ranger’s Minor League team). The charity that they were sponsoring that evening was “Strike Out Cancer” and I immediately had thoughts of making cards using the new stamp set that was designed by Million Dollar Sales Achiever, Patty Bennett — Ribbon of Courage.
I finally had some time last night to play with this stamp set and came up with this rough design in a little under an hour. I am not certain that this will be my final design on this card — I may tweak it a bit — but I wanted to go ahead and share it with you today.
I really need to get the framelits that coordinate with this stamp set — fussy cutting that ribbon center by hand was NOT fun or easy! Below are the Stampin’ Up! products I used in the design of this card, all of which can be quickly and easily added to your shopping cart by clicking on the thumbnails below:
I also used a strip of retired DSP (the butterflies) from one of the recent paper packs, but forgot to jot down the name of the pack. The gold twine is from the May 2017 Paper Pumpkin kit.
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Here is another video from the Stampin’ Up! Home Office to introduce you to another product suite — Wood Textures. This little crate is so cute and can be used in so many different ways. I have it and I love it. This video will show you why.
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Thanks for stopping by today. As always, I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. If I can help you get started, just ask — I am here to help. Until next time, stamp on my friends.