So here is the sketch:
And my card with ribbon included:
Wow that photo is really crappy. I may have to take a new one and replace this one. It is gloomy and dark outside and the light on my craft table is just not helping. Well this is what we call a "mut" card. LOL! It has a variety of products from American Crafts, Basic Grey and Stampin' UP!. Ok so where do I begin. The pattern paper is from American Crafts called Twitterpated. The card base is Kraft with a layer of So Saffron both from SU. I used a Birthday Block stamp sentiment from Stampin' UP! Summer Mini Catalog. Which I used my Stampin' UP! Markers to color in with different colors. The candles are from the July Fourth stamp set also from the Summer Mini. I cut out "flames" and used heat and stick powder to stick glitter to them. The glazed brads are from Basic Grey's Green at Heart collection. Last minute after reading the challenge and seeing I had to use ribbon, silly me, I added some Chocolate Chip Grosgrain ribbon from SU.
Overall I think the card is really cheerful and bright. I think it was from having girly withdraws from the last card I made. Making a masculine card using Practicing Creativity Designs super cool May release You're the Man (available May 6) I needed to make a floofy card. I hope ya'll don't think the ribbon is placed in a ridiculously out of place spot and thanks again Twisted Sketches for a super fab sketch challenge to play along with.
Stamp: Birthday Block from SU
Paper: Kraft, So Saffron, Summer Sun and Rose Red from SU, pattern paper from American Crafts Twitterpated collection
Ink: Stampin' Write markers: Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Pixie Pink and Chocolate Chip
Misc: Glazed Brads from Basic Grey's Green at Heart collection, Chocolate Chip Grosgrain ribbon from SU, Martha Stewart glitter
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