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Pages & A Card!

Day 3 of May Arts / Little Yellow Bicycle Blog Week

Pages & A Card!

Well we were so lucky to have the opportunity to swap with Little Yellow Bicycle!!  Their products are SO fun! I started out with a scrapbook page.

 

 

The paper is from their Freshprint Clothesline collection (canary damask).

 

 

I used some Fuchsia 5/8” scallop edge satin, and made several loops under the photo & tucked a doily in.

 

 

The mini banner and epoxy stickers are from their new Elizabeth Park collection!

 

 

I layered more of the fuchsia satin on top of the yellow twill stripe ribbon.

Next I have a card-

 

 

I used the solid/wrinkle ribbon in periwinkle to wrap a cardstock panel. I used a few strips of glue arts ribbon adhesive on both sides & it worked great!

 

 

You can see what a smooth edge it created!

 

 

The epoxy stickers are from the Elizabeth Park collection & are so pretty!

 

 

One more scrapbook page!

This paper is ‘bird on a wire’ from the Elizabeth Park collection

 

 

I used a fun fabric frame for my photo and more of those great epoxy stickers (there are a LOT on the sheet!)

 

 

I used the 1.5” satin pleats with the 1/8” light blue velvet, which was a great match to this line!

 

 

I tucked a couple of stick pins into the ribbon & added some epoxy stickers for the centers!

I’ve had so much fun playing with these beautiful products from Little Yellow Bicycle!!

I hope you’ve been inspired to pair up your May Arts ribbon with their lovely new Elizabeth Park line!

 

Blog Post By: Jen Shears
 

Be sure to hop on over to Little Yellow Bicycle for more Inspiration!

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  1. Aga

    A beautiful combination yet again! Thanks for all the inspiring ideas 🙂

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  2. Denise Bryant

    Great ideas! LOVE that sweet banner!
    DeniseB

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  3. SuZeQ

    Oh, how I love how you wrapped that periwinkle ribbin. So simple and yet so elegant.

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  4. Carol B

    Such cute projects! Clever!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. Kelly massman

    LOVE the new technique!!! TFS great projects!

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  6. Kathy P

    I have ALWAYS loved LYB, but I am really loving what you did with your ribbons on these pages! I am definitely going to try that loop technique, and how you placed a thin velvet ribbon on the gathered one—so lovely!!! That card is AWESOME!

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  7. Annette A.

    Awesome projects. I love the card where you wrapped the ribbon all around. Ver creative.

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  8. Lucy

    Wow. Awesome projects! Love that butterfly ribbon. It would look great on some of my layouts 🙂

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  9. Ola Jaggers

    I love the satin loops you made under the picture & then tucked the doily in… and I’m always a sucker for banners!

    Your card is fantastic. I really love how you wrapped the whole panel with the ribbon, I have never tried this, but I really like it! The epoxy stickers are the perfect finish!

    Your second layout just reminds me of fresh & clean…. love it! I’m really loving all the epoxy stickers you get. The fabric frame around the picture is lovely!

    Sorry to ramble so much!
    Thanks so much for sharing!!!

    ~Ola
    okj83 at live dot com
    zloe.blogspot.com

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  10. Aki

    The scrapbook page is cute~ I love the card with little butterfly, simple but really beautiful! ♥

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  11. erin

    Fabulous pages!

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  12. Sandra L.

    Thanks for sharing these lovely projects! Love the wrapping of the periwinkle ribbon on the butterfly card!

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  13. Cynthia B.

    The ribbon touches on these layouts are perfect, and what a great idea to wrap the paper with ribbon for this lovely card! Adds some great texture!

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  14. Lisa P

    Gorgeous inspiration! Love it.

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  15. jengd

    Wow! Great stuff. That pink ribbon accent on the layout is phenomenal and I love wrapping the entire piece of background cardstock with ribbon on the butterfly card.

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  16. Linh C

    Great projects. I like the ribbon embellie on the first layout!

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  17. Sue D

    Great card and layouts–the ribbon and papers go so well together.

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  18. Kristie Maynard

    What wonderful projects. I’m getting so many wonderful ideas of ways to use more ribbon on my layouts and cards. Great stuff!

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  19. Samantha T

    Really lovely projects!

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  20. Jamie

    Awesome! I can’t wait to try the solid/wrinkle ribbon technique! Love the satin ribbon layered behind hte picture! Nice job!

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  21. Julie in Edmonds

    Poulsbo?!? A PacNW-erner! Love what you’ve done here. I have some of that Birds on a Wire paper – I’m inspired. 🙂

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  22. Lindy

    Beautiful projects! T4S

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  23. conniemelancon

    great projects! thanks for sharing.

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  24. Becky Dunham

    OMG Jen – I love these! That yellow damask is to die for! I love the way you showcased only 1 picture on your layouts – i always think i have to cover the page 🙂 That card is fabulous – what a fantastic idea to wrap cardstock with ribbon and oh i LOVE that ribbon – one of my most favorite colors!

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  25. Toni K

    Wow! These are great! And those loops on the side of the pic is too cute! And that pleated ribbon is simply beautiful!

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