Today, we have a very special guest post for you! Our friends over at Paper Crafter’s Library
created this lovely card for us. Now if you haven’t heard of this fabulous site yet, here’s a little bit about them:
The world of paper crafting is HUGE! Whether you are a beginner, or you’ve been creating for years, the sheer number of different products, tools, techniques and project ideas can be overwhelming. After spending 6 years helping thousands of paper crafters around the world become more successful in the creative space through her series of kits, digital tutorials and online classes, Andrea Walford began looking for a new approach to education. In 2011 she launched Paper Crafter’s Library – the first, and still to this day, only website that provides an all-in-one learning solution for paper crafters. With almost 800 videos currently in their library and 4-5 new videos added each week, Paper Crafter’s Library offers comprehensive training on products, tools, techniques, and project ideas. From beginner through to advanced, whether your interest is in stamping, card making, scrapbooking, creating 3D items or altered art – you’ll find all the resources you need to navigate the world of paper crafting in ONE place, organized and indexed so that it’s quick and easy to find.
And now for their project:
Wired ribbon isn’t something I typically reach for when paper crafting, but as I sat down to create this baby card I just couldn’t resist the colors and subtle pattern of the woven chevron striped ribbon. The colors were absolutely perfect for a baby card and complimented the stamped and colored images perfectly. I cut the ends into a fish tail pattern, tucked them behind the images and then finished each one off with a button on top.
May Arts Ribbon Used: