Repeat Impressions What If? Wednesday


The Rock Stars are back with another What If? Wednesday; check out the sketch and other amazing creations at the The House That Samps Built; then play along with us!

I decided to use a beautiful sentiment (Life is Not) for the main focal point and then I laced some hand-dyed ribbon through the deep border punch.  LOVE the look.  I made a 2-looped bow with my bow easy and adhered with a glue dot.

I replicated the same colors and punch on the inside of the card too.

Here's a list of the other Rock Stars too; and be sure to leave Miriam some love - she's our newest Rock Star!

Stamps: Repeat Impressions Life is Not
Papers:  PTI Dark Chocolate, SU! DP
Ink:  Memento Rich Cocoa, PTI Vintage Cream, VersaMagic Jumbo Java
Accessories:  nesties, sponging, EK Success border punch


theCook said...

Wow! Love the deep border + ribbon!

Lynette said...

Gorgeous, Michele!! Very pretty colors, papers, punches and die cuts!

Lisa Jane said...

what a wonderful card - i love how you threaded the ribbon through the punched border

Miriam said...

Thanks for the shout out Michele! Love your elegant card and the colors. Great use of the border punch, inside and out!

Makiko Jones said...

So beautiful Michele!! I love how you created the border! Pretty DP too.

Karen Hasheck said...

Gorjus card- we used the same punch but in different ways- I love the ribbon thru it! and the inside too!

Sue said...

WOW! Simply adore the effect of the ribbon through the punched border. Beautiful colours too :-) Sue xx

joy said...

Michelle, how beautiful. Love the way you wove the ribon in the lattice and did the inside of your card.

Anita said...

Michele, this is beautiful. The papers are so gorgeous and I love the woven ribbon. I may have to steal ... uh, I mean borrow, that idea from you.

Amanda R said...

Very pretty Michele! That is a lovely sentiment and I like how you decorated the inside of the card, looks very professional.

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Beautiful card, Michele! I love how you threaded the ribbon through the border punch - very nice touch!