Good morning blogging friends! Today, is the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop for the month of January. The RRR Design Team Members and Special Events Design Team Members will be showcasing the Monthly Ribbon Club.
This month there is a beautiful assortment of Pink, White and Red ribbons included in the January Ribbon Club. This is such a pretty and perfect combination for Valentine cards. Click HERE for more details on how you can sign up for the Monthly Ribbon Club.
If you are following the order of the blog hop you should have just come from Judy's Blog. If not and you just happened to pop in for a visit please click HERE to start the blog hop at the Really Reasonable Ribbon's Ramblings! Blog.
For my project I altered an mini canvas for Valentine's Day. I started by painting the canvas with white acrylic paint. Then I added pink ribbon and white crochet trim from Really Reasonable Ribbon around the outer edges of the canvas. Then I added a paper doily and edged the doily with Angel Pink ink and then I added Scrap Happy Sheer Glue and Diamond Clear Glitter from The Rubber Cafe.
Next I stamped the Floral Heart stamp from The Rubber Cafe using Rose Bud ink. Then I applied Scrap Happy Sheer Glue and Diamond Clear Glitter to the stamped image. I fussy cut the heart image and then I used the pink ribbon and white crochet trim to create the ruffle around the heart. I stamped the word Love from the Pictures Framed stamp set and fussy cut it and added a ribbon banner behind it. To finish of the canvas I added a ribbon hanger to the top and Diva Pink Jellie Dots.
Now to continue in the blog hop you need to hop on over to Vivian's Blog and check out her fantastic project!
Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you enjoy the Really Reasonable Blog Hop!! Don't forget to visit the RRR Store and check out all of the beautiful ribbons, lace and trims!
I hope you have a wonderful and creative day!
Hugs & Smiles,
Accessories: The Rubber Cafe Scrap Happy Sheer Glue, Diva Pink Jellie Dots, Diamond Clear Glitter, Stick "EM" Up Tool; White Acrylic Paint; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares; Hot Glue; Canvas