2blog167threadingwithwm.JPGEvery Friday Sharon Johnson (notimetostamp) has a Stamp Simply Challenge on her blog. This Friday’s challenge is to “Thread It Thru!”, and I’m so happy that I got a chance to play along!  For the threading on my card, I used a Martha Stewart Ribbon Edger Punch on both sides of the striped Graphic 45 designer paper.  A twill ribbon was then threaded through the holes made by the punch.

Both the image and sentiment stamps are from the Cornish Heritage Farms set, “Scene It, Mountains”.

The card base is Memory Box’s Mocha card stock.  The striped and dotted designer papers are from the Graphics 45 “Fashionista” collection.  The butterfly is from the Graphics 45 “Botanicabella” collection.

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Flatback Accent Pearls were used at the center of the Art Flower and for the butterfly body.  Some sparkle was added to the flower with a Stardust Glitter Pen.

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If you want to play along, too, visit Sharon’s blog here and get the deets!

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Stamps: CHF Scene It, Mountains
Papers: Memory Box Mocha;  SU! Very Vanilla; Graphics 45 Designer Paper
Inks
: Memento Tuxedo Black; SU! Ruby Red, Really Rust and Chocolate Chip
Accessories
: Flatback Accent Pearls; Art Flower; Stardust Glitter Pen; Copics; Twill Ribbon; Martha Stewart Ribbon Edger Punch

15 Responses to “A Stamp Simply Challenge – ssnotime83”

  1. Your threading through the punched paper is SUCH a COOL idea. I love the look of it. Love your papers and butterfly too…the colors are beautiful.

  2. OMG, Susan, this is incredible. What a fabulous take on Sharon’s challenge!

  3. I’ve never seen anything quite so unique and fabulous! I just LOVE this weaving done on the striped dsp! Awesome job on the challenge!!
    Carol

  4. This is so striking! Lots of wonderful elements! Great way to thread the ribbon – very eye catching!

  5. I love your arrangement of images and choice of colours, its a beautiful card.

  6. Lovely work!!

  7. Oh Wow … this is so cool!! Love your threading technique and the overall card is awesome!!! Well done my friend … well done!!

  8. Absolutely gorgeous card, Susan. Love your ribbon threading idea! Thank you for sharing your inspiration with us!

  9. great card- love the ribbon tails! And I love the photos below with the dolphins and sea lions- how fun!

  10. You are greate, thank you, i love your blog, i visit it so many time ago, it make’s so happy you visit mine,i want to put a link to your blog, in my blog if you aloud me ..thank you..

  11. Oh wow! This is so beautiful. Looks almost like the view from my house on a clear day during the sunset.

  12. Gorgeous!!! I love all the ribbon!

  13. Susan, this is such a neat card…I love the ribbon you used!

  14. This is fabulous! I LOVE how you punched the threading holes to work with the design of the paper — incredibly wonderful!!! This card is amazing and I’m SO glad you played along — thank you SO much — I am honored!!!

  15. Love it, love it!

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