Friday, July 13, 2012

blog hoppin again with RRR, the cardmaker girls, and Scor-pal!









Helloooo it is time for another  blog hop with RRR ! You should have found your way here from My gal Gloria ! We are having a big ole party with the Cardmaker girls as well . We are also all doing fun tutorials using the fantastic Scor-Pal products .  The theme this time is Summertime..and our yummy ribbons from the the ribbon club make inspiration for this oh so easy.   When I first looked at the ribbons...first thing that came to mind was Lemonade.....so I went with it.  I created a fun accordian fold rosette using my scor-buddy and the scor-tape.  I decided to use the yellows in the club ribbons and paired them with blue for my lemonade card.  I cut two strips of paper 2 x 12 and set it on the scor-buddy and scored along each strip at every 1/2 inch line.  For example starting at  1/2 inch , 1 inch, 1 1/2 inch and so forth.  Than apply your scor-tape on each end and adhere the two pieces together.  I than cut a circle and glued it to the bottom to make it sturdy.   From there I just went ahead and used some fun scraps and covered my card, did a little stitching, and...adhered the accordian rosette to the card.  I made a  few  bows with the club ribbons and added a few details and that was that.  Your next stop on the tour is Emily.   Have fun!  cherry
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56 comments:

Crafty Kitten said...

What a stunning card. Love the flower base and how you used the ribbons.
xxx

ileyssilver said...

Cherry,
I love this sweet card. Where did you get the lemon die cut and stamp sentiment?
Love your creations.

ileyssilver said...

Cherry,
I love this sweet card. Where did you get the lemon die cut and stamp sentiment?
Love your creations.

pattyo said...

Pretty card! I love your bows--wish mine looked that good!

pattyo said...

Pretty card! I love your bows--wish mine looked that good!

Cheryl Hutcherson said...

This is soooo cute!!

~♥~The Navy Wife~♥~ said...

This looks wicked! I too love the lemon die cut, it is so cute!

jessica said...

Such a beautiful card!! Love the papers and love the ribbon!
TFS
Jessica
chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
eschfamily@yahoo.com

Pearl said...

What a lovely card Cherry!
Pearl x

Lora Brinkman said...

Love everything about it! So much depth to the design.

Linda said...

Cute card. Thanks for the tutorial

cnelson said...

This could not be LOVELIER!!!

Tammy L said...

love, love this! I'm such a fan of vintage. Stunning card.

Tess Davis said...

Gorgeous!!!!

Bonnie said...

Beautiful as always. I love your rosette and pretty little bow. You always have the best little tags and do-dads to add to your projects. Great job!!

colleen said...

Beautiful card! Love the touch of ribbon!

Carolyn King said...

Beautiful! love the rosette detail!

Kim M said...

Oh so pretty!

Rebekah said...

great card Cherry! Your rosette reminds me of a giant bottle cap. Awesome:)

Gloria Stengel said...

As always, your card is a perfect vintage with a dash of fresh! Your work inspires me every time!

Toneisha B. said...

Love this card!!

Sharon Roselli said...

Lovin your card so vintage yet so summer. great way to use the ribbon perfect pop.

Leah Ann Gast said...

How pretty! Love it! Hugs! Leah Ann

True :) said...

Stunning Cherry! :)

Hugs,
True :D

Kimberly Crawford said...

that is gorgeous! wow! where did you get that amazing die cut?!?!

sandee said...

Beautiful bow, with the pins sticking through it! Lovely card! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

Robin said...

Lovely bow. I adore those pearls stuck into it. Hugs, Robin

Jess said...

Lovely! TFS!

Miranda said...

Gorgeous!
Miranda :)
www.nanasscrapspot.com

Caryn S said...

Super cute card, and great vintage look. TFS.

Debbie said...

Gorgeous card! Love the bow!

heaven4333 said...

Very pretty, love the bow and your old fashioned ad.
heaven4333@comcast.net

FrancineB said...

Cool project. Very vintage.

Dawn's Craft Place said...

Always love your projects!
This is such a wonderful design sweetie

MsMad said...

love making those rossettes !!
Barbara Bird
MdStrwbery@aol.com

Mimi said...

Beautiful! Love the idea. I too love my scor pal!

mimi2trentdrew.blogspot.com

Sue D said...

Lovely card--I like the ribbon and your rosette.

Kathy said...

Love it!! so retro!!

Jill said...

What a beautiful card. I love the bow you made for it.

Stella said...

Wow that rosette and that citrus label. Vintage at it's best and jaw dropping gorgeous. Thanks for sharing the tutorial about the rosette; I must give it a try!

Denny said...

Great card, great colors AND it reminds me of the county fair

Carol said...

Neat way to use the rosette. Pretty card!! TFS

Unknown said...

How original! Great card!

Carolen

Linda R. said...

Great card and thanks so much for showing us how to do the rosette!

Ravengirl said...

What a sweet little card! I love the medallion out of gingham!

Auntie Em said...

Your card is so pretty. I love the fresh colours and the pretty rosette.
Thanks for sharing! :)

Maria said...

Beautiful card with lovely rosette, die cut, and ribbon! Thanks for the tutorial! It's been awhile since I made a rosette. Have a wonderful weekend, take care!

Lucy said...

Oooooohhh, a nice vintage graphic surrounded by lovely ribbon. Your medallion really gives it added oomph and dimension.

June Nelson said...

This is absolutely wonderful and brings back memories, I actually only love 5 miles away from bedlington and remember Muters pop man coming round every week, with out pop, it was great, thanks for the memories just brilliant huggies June xxx

Kimberly said...

love that bow... you should do a tutorial on it!!

Denise Foor said...

Love your rosette...such a great color combo on your card.

Indy said...

What a fantastic card! Love your colors and design!

Martha said...

I love the rosette and the ribbon.

Great job! Love ribbon! Thanks!!

Martha

efj said...

So cute!! Love the colors you chose.

Audrey Pettit said...

So sweet! That ribbon reminds me of lemonade, too. Really perfect theme. Love your rosette and love that pretty bow!

Iris said...

Love card. Iris