Friday, January 29, 2016

Happy Birthday with May Arts and Stampendous

I'm back again today to share my latest card, made for May Arts as part of Ribbon Resource/Stampendous week. This is another one of my signature quick and easy cards created with just a few steps and embellished using May Arts ribbon.


  1. Form a 4 ¼ x 5 ½-inch side-fold card from white cardstock; round top right corner.
  2. Cut a 4 x 5 ¼-inch piece from crumb cake cardstock; round top right corner.
  3. Wrap bottom edge of panel with 3/4 Inch Twill/Chevron StripesTurquoise ribbon securing ends to back of panel. Repeat using 1/8 Inch Solid Turquoise/White and then Natural Burlap String as shown. Adhere panel to card front.
  4. Cut a 1-inch-wide strip from white cardstock; V-notch end using banner punch. Trim panel to 4-inches in length and stamp sentiment as shown.
  5. Wrap end of stamped banner with Natural Burlap String adhering ends to back. Tie a bow around wrapped string. Attach banner to card front using foam squares.
  6. Stamp  additional sentiment on inside of card as desired.

That’s just how quick and easy it is!!

I love the versatility of May Arts ribbon as an embellishment and, as you can see, it’s perfect for any occasion.

Thanks for letting me share!

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barbara macaskill said...

Simply spectacular!! LOVE the blue against the kraft! TFS! said...

Such a fun and fast card!! How you wove the ribbons around and the combination is fabulous! Really adds great detail of the card! Love it!

Judy said...

Simple but pretty. Love that turquoise ribbon and ink. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I really like this card. I love it's simplicity and the sentiment could be changed out to almost anything. Great stuff.

cghundley said...

So lovely, great color
of blue with the kraft.
Carla from Utah

Mary Holshouser said...

This is so plain and simple but so pretty.
Just proves that less is more.
thanks for sharing a wonderful idea.

Sue D said...

Wonderful CAS design made special with this ribbon.

Viki Banaszak said...

This is pretty. I am really liking this burlap ribbon. I really need to get some.

Linsey R said...

Love this card, Tami! It's simple and fabulous! Thanks for sharing your great inspiration in today's hop! :)