Thursday, February 20, 2014

May Arts and Stampendous Blog Hop



Welcome to the fourth day of May Art's hop with Stampendous!  If you haven't checked out the rest of the week's inspiration, be sure to see the links at the bottom of this post.  There have been some amazing projects! And what would a May Arts Ribbon Hop be without prizes?  How about 3 sets of the following:
1 spool of ribbon and a jumbo cling set and a handle.

That means there will be 3 winners at the end of the week.
To win:  comment on any stop along the way.  Easy enough!


I worked with the Vintage Ladies stamp set - and decided to make a ribbon skirt for this corseted lady.


 

May Arts Ribbons
5/8" Sheer/Ruffle Edge Ribbon 350-58-33
5/8" Satin/Pleats Ribbon 379-58-36
3/8" Velvet/Gold Dots 456-38-04
1/8" Velvet Ribbon 389-18-33
Stampendous
Vintage Ladies Clear Stamp Set SSC1194

Survival Stack Art Elements EKM05
Stack Art Kraftboard  Angel Wings Kit
Partners In Craft Supplies
Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells
Spellbinders -  Elegant Labels 4
Xyron 1/4" Double Sided Tape, 9" Creative Station
Tsukineko Ink: Memento: Tuxedo Black; Brilliance - Crimson Copper
Other Supplies
WorldWin Papers - Kromekote - Copper; DoubleMates - Spring Green; Glorious Green
Copic Markers
Dew Drops

This week's hop order


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday


30 comments:

Laura Le said...

Great card, I love the ribbon on the skirt!

Jean said...

Love the ribbon on this!

craftymom205 said...

Great project.

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Betty Heisler said...

I love the look of the ribbon on the skirt. Very clever!

Amy C. said...

Beautiful work of art!

Sue D said...

Love the ribbon skirt on your vintage lady.

wendy L said...

Love it

diana fernandez said...

Beautiful! I love the skirt and the wings!

bearsmother said...

Adding the ribbon skirt was a great idea. Love all of the fussy cutting. I enjoy doing that for my projects. Great project.

Juliana said...

Beautiful card!
I really like your details! Especially on the dress!
The colors and textures are marvelous, too!

Heather Thompson said...

what a beautiful creation, thank you for sharing

barbara macaskill said...

So many gorgeous textures on this! LOVE the ribbon skirt and your sparkly wings are delicious!!! LOVELOVELOVE May Arts ribbons and Stampendous has so many great elements to make any project amazing! TFS!

Janis said...

Wow....this is just stunning! Love the deep colors and textures. The ribbon skirt is a stroke of genius!!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com

steph said...

What a great way to use ribbon. Love it.

NWFlamingo said...

Wow! This really pops!

Judy said...

Nice card, love the ribbon skirt! Thanks for sharing.

TracyM #6773 said...

BEAUTIFUL card Gini - your corseted lady looks AMAZING with her GORGEOUS ribbon skirt - WOW!!!
LOVE the colours, LOVE the layers, LOVE how the blue ribbon brings out the blue of her corset & the (what I think are) mica fragments - LOVE IT ALL!!!
THANK YOU for sharing your AWESOME inspiration :)

Katie said...

I love how you made her a ribbon skirt and gave her wings from the Stampendous stack art. I love you everyone is incorporating the stack art into there projects. Beautiful job!! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

cghundley said...

Pretty cool card
here. The ribbon
skirt is a great
idea!
Carla from Utah

Janet Mack said...

Love the idea for using ribbon on the skirt.

Robin B. said...

What a creative idea for a skirt, I love it! Thanks for sharing.

Ravengirl said...

Gini, this is lovely! Her skirt looks marvelous!

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

amazing details on your project!

Scrappin' Diva said...

Lovely card! TFS!

Laura Strack said...

That skirt is so Fab! The colors are true to the era, too! She has some gorgeous Stampendous wings, as well. Beautiful card!

Beatrice Lawson said...

What an incredibly detailed card!

Rebecca Ednie said...

Very pretty card. Love the skirt.

scrappin2babygirls said...

great card thanks for sharing.
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

McStamper said...

Great card. Love the stamp.

Lucy said...

The vintage lady is so pretty! I love the colors you chose.