DeNami Designs Blog Hop: Ravishing Ribbons!

Hi, DeNami blog hoppers! Thanks for stopping by to see what I’ve made for today’s hop!

You should have arrived from the super-fabulous Emily Keaton‘s blog, and now you’re visiting me (Suzanne Bier)!

On my card, I used 3/8-inch wide white and black grosgrain ribbon (which you can buy from the DeNami Designs shop) and one of DeNami’s new cling sentiment stamps (Happy Birthday Script):

I drew the dress form pattern on chipboard, then cut it out and painted it with acrylic paint. Then, I used tacky tape to stick the ribbon down as I wrapped strips of it over the dress form.

On the last row, I folded the ribbon back and forth over the tape to make a ruffle. Then, I adhered a few pearl embellishments to make the necklace. Finally, I used basic supplies like card stock, an embossing folder, a metal label die and a scrap of striped paper to finish the card!

Don’t forget to leave some sweet comments for all of the blog hop participants, because DeNami’s awarding $20 gift certificates to TWO lucky commenters!

Your next stop is Mirta‘s blog…I’m sure she’s created something beautiful for you to see! If you get lost along the way (or overwhelmed by all of the ribbon-y gorgeousness), you can always go back to the DeNami Design blog for the full list of participants!

Thanks again for stopping by! I hope you enjoy the rest of today’s hop!
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26 thoughts on “DeNami Designs Blog Hop: Ravishing Ribbons!

  1. Carol Hartery says:

    What a cool card! I LOVE LOVE LOVE dress forms. Every time I see a full size one in HomeGoods I am tempted to buy one, but restrain myself because there's no place to put it!
    Your card is beautiful and your idea is super clever.

  2. Pam Wendt says:

    Such yummy French-inspired girlie goodness! Love the way you've wrapped the ribbon – how clever! And the dots, stripes, and color scheme – plus Little Black Dress with pearls – absolutely lovely! :o)

  3. Emily Keaton says:

    Suzanne, this is SO clever and creative! I love how you dressed your pretty dress form in that ribbon frock. What a fantastic use for your ravishing ribbons!

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