Wednesday, December 22, 2010

I Heart You...Forever

Oh, I'm hearing we may have snow on Christmas day here in my area of of North Alabama. Please don't let that happen as I need to get out of town and back the same day. When it snows here, we don't have all the equipment the Northern states have to clean our roads because we just don't need it very often.
I can't imagine not having Christmas with my, what would I eat? They would be having a  delicious Christmas meal and I would have to eat a peanut butter sandwich. Yuck!  After that yummy meal, I guess I could make cards all day.

This week at the Stampin B's Design Team blog challenge, Lois challenged us to use ribbon anyway except for a bow or knot. I went with a scrunchy ribbon. I love the ribbon and really didn't want to scrunch it but I will use it later and you can see how pretty it is.

I don't think I could give this to my hubby with the sweet ribbon on it.
I suppose I could make another one and give them to my boys to give their wives, although that wouldn't be the same as if they selected them. You know how they stand for hours in the card store searching for just the perfect card. ~Grin
I really shouldn't say that because my hubby does look for just the right card...I can tell.  They are always very sweet and meaningful

I stamped, embossed, and cut out my hearts and placed them point down inside the Punch All Over the Page. Scrunched my ribbon, added a sentiment and I think it is really easy to see the rest.

Sure hope everyone has a Merry and Blessed Christmas!!

I'm entering my card into five other challenges, all easy peasy. All of them are 'Anything Goes'.
Allsorts #83-Anything Goes
Aly's Sunday Sketch ASC32-Anything Goes
Sugar Sweet Paper Treats-Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp-Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly-Anything Goes

Stamps: Hearts and Stars "1" by Autumn Leaves, Stampabilities-'I Heart You' sentiment
Paper: Stampin'Up! Cherry Cobbler and Pretty in Pink, black cardstock from Hobby Lobby
Ink: StazOn jet black
Accessories: Punch All Over the Page by Martha Stewart-Rose Window, VersaMark Dazzle-Frost, red glitter embossing powder, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder, ribbon from Hobby Lobby


Emily Keaton said...

Benzi, this is the sweetest! I just LOVE your ribbon treatment. I never thought to do one scrunchy for this challenge!! Great idea--it looks fantastic. Super for Valentine's Day. :)

Basslady said...

hey sweety, your card is so romantic and cute!

very sweet and special...the ribbon looks awesome!

sending you many christmas-hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Marisa said...

Fabulous use of the "non bow" ribbon! Scrunched ribbon looks fabulous! Love the fact that the ribbon had a pattern to it too. Lovely card :)

Bonnie said...

Love the punch and the scrunched ribbon! A very elegant Valentine!

Carol L said...

This card is just packed with lots of love! The ribbon looks fabulous all scrunched up like that and the colors are fantastic! I do hope the snow misses you (as they now say it's going to miss us) because a PBJ sammy for Christmas dinner just doesn't work!! LOL
Have a blessed, fun-filled Christmas!!!

Davi said...

Benzi, Such a beautiful card!! love all of it and the scrunchy ribbon is fabulous!! And I say have your son find a card that says just what he wants cut it out and put in the inside of your wonderful scrumptious card!! Benzi have a most wonderful Merry Christmas with your family. Blessings davi

Julie said...

Oh my GOSH I LOVE this! How did I miss this beauty??? That ribbon is GORGEOUS! Love your color combo and pretty glittery hearts too!

Colleen Dietrich said...

What a striking card! Love that scrunchy ribbon. Today on Mary Fish's blog, Stampin' Pretty, Mary showed a unique way to achieve the scrunchy look: