Today I’m sharing a slightly stepped up version of yesterday’s card using Ribbon of Courage. This one is for the grandmother of someone I spoke to last week who has learned that she has breast cancer.

Liz Bailey Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Ribbon of Courage

I inked the beautiful flowered ribbon in versamark and then powder pink before stamping it and sprinkling with clear embossing powder and heating. And this way I get the lovely glossy raised effect. I did the same with the sentiment (also from Ribbon of Courage). I added a mat of powder pink to pull the card together and then put this onto a thick whisper white card base. I must try colouring in the ribbon soon – I think that will be beautiful too.

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I hope you enjoyed today’s project. Please use the Stampin’ Rewards code to get five FREE handmade cards; the current Stampin’ Rewards code is ZDSGJ9U3 (if your order is over $150, don’t use the code, you get the rewards, but you still get the free cards). In addition, if you spend $50 this month, I’ll send you the metallic sequin assortment. Click here to go to my online shop or here to join my team. To sign up for Paper Pumpkin, click here. For more details on my Customer Loyalty Programme, click here.

See you tomorrow,

Liz

I really liked the Ribbon of Courage stamp set when I saw it at Onstage! but I wasn’t sure whether to get it since I didn’t know anyone struggling with cancer. In the end, I decided to get it for the beautiful sentiments and now as it turns out, I’m fighting cancer. Funny how things turn out isn’t it? So I decided to make a card specifically for lung cancer (white ribbon) because I want to send cards to other people fighting the same disease. I haven’t figured out the specifics yet, but I do at least have a card. It’s hard to photograph because I decided to go white on white but in person it’s really beautiful.Liz Bailey Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Ribbon of Courage

I stamped the flowery ribbon in craft ink on whisper white cardstock and sprinkled on the white embossing powder and then heated it. Here’s a closer look:

Liz Bailey Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Ribbon of Courage

Since the ribbon for lung cancer is white, I didn’t want to bring in any other colour on this one so the sentiment (also from Ribbon of Courage) is heat embossed in silver.  I glued the layer to a thick whisper white card base and that was it. A supremely clean and simple card.

Don’t forget that we have bonus days running this month – you get a coupon for every $50 you spend. Don’t give up a 10% discount!

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Also, remember the amazing joining offer of $52 extra supplies plus a free Christmas stamp set worth $20 making that Starter Kit a steal at $99 plus tax for $197 worth of product and free shipping. For all the details check it out here.

Christmas in July

I hope you enjoyed today’s project. Please use the Stampin’ Rewards code to get five FREE handmade cards; the current Stampin’ Rewards code is ZDSGJ9U3 (if your order is over $150, don’t use the code, you get the rewards, but you still get the free cards). In addition, if you spend $50 this month, I’ll send you the metallic sequin assortment. Click here to go to my online shop or here to join my team. To sign up for Paper Pumpkin, click here. For more details on my Customer Loyalty Programme, click here.

See you tomorrow,

Liz