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Wild Rose with Ribbon Frame


I had a wonderful week at the beach last week… but it’s also good to be back.  I will have to share more about our vaca when I can get my pictures organized *Ü* 

Today I want to share a card I made with Doodle Pantry’s beautiful new set, Wild Rose.  There is also another flower in the digi set and comes with several sentiments.  I colored with Copics and then made this ribbon frame, which I saw on Yvonne-anabelle’s blog.  Her work is amazing!!  I cut the frame using 2 sizes of circle Spellbinders and added tape to the back.  Then began wrapping satin ribbon around, added a bow and then pop dotted it to the flower layer, which is printed on vanilla cardstock.  The flower center has some crystal effects with yellow and white glitter for a li’l pop.   



CARD RECIPE:
Stamps: Wild Rose digi set (Doodle Pantry)
Paper: Annabelle (Prima);
Inks: Copics
Dies: classic circles & beaded circle (Spellbinders)
Size: 6" square

Comments

Thea said…
Kris, it's beautiful. Love the ribbon frame!
Lorie said…
Oh, this is absolutely beautiful! What a work of art!
Sara I. said…
Wow Kris!! This card is stunning!! The flower is colored gorgeously and I adore the ribbon frame around it! Always love your papers, too! So happy that you had an awesome week with your family!!
Patti J said…
Oh my, Kris - this is beautiful! I love the ribbon frame! As always, your coloring rocks!!! Hugs...
Kathy W. said…
Simply gorgeous Kris! Love the frame and the rose is colored perfectly =)
Pat (mspfd) said…
Stunning card, Chris. Love you ribbon frame and wonderful coloring.
Bananastamper said…
Such a beautiful card! Love what you have done with the ribbon! Thanks for stopping by to say hello! Glad to hear that you had a good vacation!
Unknown said…
The ribbon circle is gorgeous! The coloring on the flower is so, so pretty. I'm going to try wrapping ribbon around a chipboard I have, thanks for the inspiration.
Becky said…
This is gorgeous Kris! I love how you did that ribbon frame.
auntbeespickles said…
Hi Kris, this is really beautiful! Love that ribbon frame and your coloring is gorgeous! Love those dark colors with this stamp!
Hugs, Sarah
maranda said…
waaauww thats a beauty flower images card

maranda
Lisa said…
Oh Kris this is gorgeous! The green of the ribbon with the red of the flower is LOVELY - it is sooo striking. Really wonderful card!!!
Glenda Atkins said…
Beautiful card, love the ribbon frame and the rose is beautifully coloured, wonderful work Kris!
love that frame - it really highlights the image.
Blessings
Maxine
Sue from Oregon said…
Absolutely STUNNING!
Jan Hunnicutt said…
Wow another gorgeous card Kris! Glad you had a nice vacation, welcome home :)
Karen Howard said…
Wow, this is stunning! Love how you colored the image, the design and the beautiful ribbon frame! Hugs, Karen
Sharon Basel said…
Oh my this is stunning! Your coloring is perfection here and choice of papers is wonderful. I love, love, love the wrapped ribbon on the circle framing the image. Elegant touch!
Dawn Frost said…
Kris love the ribbon circle, it pops the rose perfectly and fantastic stitching!

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