Thursday, March 10, 2011

Ribbon, Candy, Tickled Pink.....oy....


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FIRST let's talk ribbons

Really Reasonable Ribbon's Ramblings is wanting to see how we store our ribbons & they are having a  huge giveaway for their ORGANIZATION WEEK!
Now I was not going to take pictures of my disorganized mess, but after reading Dora 's blog (you bad influence you) I thought, pffpt.....why not. Please don't hate me Bonnie, these pictures are really embarrasing cuz I know I should look after my ribbons better! Thus the need to WIN some organization tools! And after seeing the tip today, I am totally gonna buy a hat/jacket hanger & some clips & start getting my "sheer" together!! LOL

1 container........ 


2 containers........
3 containers........


......more...........



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Now Let's Talk Candy----
------nope not mine (see top of my blog for that one)


Chelsea of Crafting Life's Pieces has Candy. Not just Yummy candy, but HOMEMADE yummy candy. Take a look at this gorgeous picture. OMG!


Thanks for the chance girl!

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Now Let's Talk about Being Tickled Pink

I tell ya, one of these days I am gonna be so tickled pink, you guys are just gonna fall off your chairs with excitement. However, til that day comes, I am still TRYING my best to be Tickled Pink with their latest challenge of Black, white Plus One (I chose Red) & a GDT call! When I saw their challenge posted today, I had to get all over it & quick! lol 
Here we have Cherrie with a Rose. She is one of the few Tickled Pink images I have & I love her to pieces! In fact so much so, that I paper pieced her shirt, pants & rose. Then I added some red stickles to the rose.
All the ribbons in the center are from Really Reasonable Ribbons & believe it or not they were all found in that mess ( of ribbon disorganization) at the top of my blog. The heart is a die cut from the Die Cut Dreams Store. The little metal pieces beneath the rose are from a spellbinder embossing plate that broke when I tried to emboss with it. So naturally I saved it to use as embellishments.




Then BAM!
Whoa, look at that, it's an easle card. A Twisted Easle to boot!
So fun to do, but note to self, twist it the other way next time, cuz see in the pic above, the little white piece sticking out of the left side (near the top.......) doh, it appears to be a backwards card, but when it's standing, it looks just fine! Phew!



I carried the metal over to the bottom. The white ribbon is silk that I got a dollarama & the black strip of sequins on the white ribbon is recycled from my daughter's headband that busted! Yay, for busted stuffs! LOL


I would also like to enter my easle into the following challenges:

Sentimental Sundays- pearls & lace
Fab'n'Funky- make it girly
Stamptacular Sundays- good luck, congrats, best wishes
Simon Says Stamp & Show- show us your metal
Sketch Saturday- sketch (see below)- I put the sentiment on the other side, hope that's ok?!?!






24 comments:

Gina L said...

Adorable card and great use of busted headband stuff! I store my ribbon on a dress form that I got at Hobby Lobby. It's working well so far, although it doesn't even hold half of what I've got! LOL.

Chrissy said...

WOW, Corry, what a wicked post, really enjoyed reading it, it was a lot of fun.Your ribbon is pretty tidy really..but what a hassle getting the bottom lot out...yes you need storage..good luck..love your card, great idea using broken spellbinders plate,and I'm sure you will be tickled.....pink soon.
Luv CHRISSYxx

Sandy said...

Wonderful Easel card and twisted too!
Your image is so cute propped up inside that heart - love all the details.
Hugs,
Sandy

E.T said...

gorgeous!

Desirée-ScrapDees said...

it is really a lovely card you've created, i love it!

Ingrid said...

Well, you're really quick! And with such a beautiful card :-) Love all the ribbons that came out of your mess ;-) and I love the colorcombo you choose with red.
Thanks so much for joining our challenge AND our GDT call at TPS, good luck!
Hugs Ingrid

Terry said...

Hiya Corry, my teamie...thank you for joining the Dt from Sketch Saturday with your fabulous card, wowzerss love the colors and your image is tooo darn cute, your coloring is really fabulous sweetie...wohooooo...Thank you for sharing. Hugs Terry xxxx

WencheP said...

Fabulous card, love the colors. Very cute image. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche

Dora said...

ha ha you're funny Corry pffpt :) and yes you do need an organiser, good luck hunni :) and I LOVE your twisted easel card. Cherrie is a real darling in that heart frame! Good luck again for the GDT .. . even though I want it too hehehe :) ... of course I still have to do mine. Hugs xxx

heidy said...

Wow this is gorgeous!
Thanks for joining fab'n'funky this week
Heidy

Aussie Loz said...

your card is gorgeous Corry! Best of luck for the GDT.
Oh, you have so many lovely ribbons and if you think your lot is embarrassing, there's no way I'm showing mine lol ♥

clare brown said...

I just love your twisted easl cards and thanks for sharing your ribbon stash.Goodluck at charisma this week.

clare x

Stacie (craft-princess) said...

Whoa! Look at all that ribbon mess!! LOL! Seems that no matter how ribbon is stored I love how pretty all the colors look together!

Your cards is very pretty and good idea to turn a catastrophe (metal plate breaking) into a pretty embellishment! :)

Gotta say I have never seen a twisted easel card before....looks cool!

Sonia said...

Love your card! Re your ribbon- at least you have a place to put most of it! LOL! Good luck to all of us as we continue to search what best meets each of our needs. I love seeing everyone's ideas.

papertrails leaver said...

Adorable card! Layers always captivate me! Thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays! :-) Amy

Leah the Orange said...

TOTALLY hot, Corry! love the twist, and your fabby texture always pulls me in. i love dropping by to visit your blog as there's always so much to inspire me! now i must go make a card, but thanks for joining the Charisma Gals hun, and good luck with TPS's call! xo

Kellie said...

WOW girl look at all the yummy ribbon! I bet if you cleaned it up you would never find anything, hehe!

Your easel card is amazing and BOY were you quick! Absolutely love it and your colouring is amazing! Thank you so much for joining TPS this week and good luck with the GDT Call.

Hugs,
Kellie

Bonnie - Really Reasonable Ribbon said...

Oh Corry, I'm so ashamed of you keeping your ribbon stored like that! lolol (just kidding). I do see that you can use a little help in the ribbon organization area though. You gotta get it out where you can see it girl!
I just love that twisted easel card. I've never seen one of those before. It's beautiful.

Janna said...

Hi Corry! Wonderful layers card!!! Absolutely lovely. Thanks for joining us at DYSU this week! Janna

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

So great to see you playing with us over at SImon Says Stamp and Show, Corry! Your twisted easel card is awesome. Such a cute little kiddo and I love the lace you've used. Very cool metal too! So glad you could join in the fun with us this week! I gotta check out RRR because my ribbon is in sad shape too. Thanks for the tip!

Hugs,
Linda

Jo said...

So pretty! Great to have you joining in with us this week at DYSU! Hope you come back next week.

Regan said...

This is a super sweet card! Talk about recycling - great use of the broken Spellbinder pieces! So clever! Your coloring is fabulous too! :)

Zarah said...

What a super duper cute card!

Thanks for joining us at Tickled Pink Stamps Challnges this week! :D

Tettiz said...

Such a cool card!! I have to try making a twisted easel card sometime - it looks like FUN!!

Thanks for playing with us over at TPSC!

/ Jeanette

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