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Sunday, December 13, 2015

December Blog Hop Christmas Thank You Card

Welcome.  I am Nancy and it is time for the December Blog HopYou should be coming to my blog from Bonnie.   Wasn't her card just beautiful. 
I wanted to share a Thank You card that I made ahead of time to give around Christmas.  Thank You cards are not only for gifts received by others, but people who are special to you that you want to thank again around Christmas time. 


 I used the gorgeous Blue Multi Ovals on White Grosgrain ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon and added 3mm size pearls.  Behind the ribbon is the Sue Wilson-Scandinavian border.  I think the die and ribbon goes well together on this card.  I used a Sue Wilson-Snowflake Lattice embossing folder for the blue metallic paper.

http://www.reasonableribbon.com/item.php?item_id=7901&page=g&category_id=522
Blue Multi Ovals on White Grosgrain
 
 

Behind the poinsettia, I added the white netting on the back and used the Zutter Bow-It-All V.2 to make the bow.  I find myself using the white netting often on my cards and projects since it gives a delicate appearance.  I added sparkling snowflake glitter on the Sue Wilson-Delicate Fern die that was cut with vellum.  I make my own angel pins for my cards to stick behind the bows and flowers.

Dies used are Creative Expression-Sue Wilson and Spellbinders from Scrapy Land.com.

Sue Wilson-Maidenhair Ferns
Sue Wilson, Mosaic Poinsettia
Sue Wilson - Thank You
Spellbinder - Poinsettia

 
Here is a look at the Beautiful Blue December Ribbon Club Assortment!!! You are going to love the beautiful blue and white ribbon and special white lace on your projects and cards.   If you missed the December Ribbon Club Assortment, you can join  today.  


 

Please leave a comment on each blog, and don't forget to answer the question on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog at the end of the hop so that you will be eligible for the prize.  

RRR Blog   

Gloria Guest Designer

Ginny

Jennifer

Amber

Bonnie

Nancy - You Are Here

Karen - Hop on over to Karen's site next!   I know that she will have something wonderful to share with you

Kathy

Leslie

Cherry

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Thank you again.

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