Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge: Beautiful Autumn Colors
Hello, Ribbon Lovers! Are you ready for fall? I sure am! The good folks at
Really Reasonable Ribbon are anticipating the season with a new . I cracked open my brand new Authentique Harvest papers to create this Beautiful Autumn Colors card. Autumn Colors Challenge
This is a 7″ x 5″ top fold card. The belly band is made with my favorite Antique Gold Faux Burlap Wired Edge ribbon and Arianna Crocheted Lace.
The bow cluster has a base of Sheer Iridescent Copper Organza topped with die cut leaves, a Natural Burlap String Bow, Petaloo berry picks and a hand colored DIY Petaloo Flower.
Look at all this yummy texture!
A metal maple leaf was tapped with copper alcohol ink, as were the metal corners. The sentiment tag is topped with more die cut leaves, Iridescent Copper Ribbon and a pair of tiny acorns.
There’s a glassine bag inside that I embossed and inked up. It’s topped with some custom dyed seam binding ribbon, just for fun.
Now it’s your turn! Work up a project using Beautiful Autumn Colors and ribbon and link it up over at the
RRR Challenge Blog. I can’t wait to see what you make.
Thanks for stopping by!
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