Vintage Street Market/May Arts Blog Hop Day 2

Ready for our second day of ribbony inspiration??? We so enjoy working with May Arts Ribbons and they work PERFECTLY with Vintage Street Market papers!

This great project is by Connie Mercer (http://www.craftygoodies.com).

For this layout, Connie uses the reverse side of the Distinguished Dad cardstock sheet from the Family Fun collection. Don’t you just LOVE the orange fallish flowers? Yep-ribbon! May Arts orange pom pom ribbon to be exact. What a clever idea!

Stamping on the May Arts twill is also a classic technique. And the green leaves? Simply the green Vintage Street Market Bingo Craft card!

This next super fun project is from Andrea Budjack (http://andreascreativepapertrail.blogspot.com/):

For these projects, Andrea uses our sweet paper doll from the Family Fun collection. She is totally trimmed in style with May Arts ribbons! And, of course, pearls. 🙂 What a fun project to make and a great gift to receive!

May Arts ribbon tops this tag perfectly! And, what a great way to use Family Fun cardstock scraps-make a tag of odds and ends-just like a quilt!

Thanks for joining us today! We hope you have been inspired to try May Arts ribbons with Vintage Street Market papers-a terrific combo!

Be sure to also enter the GIVEAWAY-enter HERE!

Have a happy day!
Michelle

 

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17 Responses to Vintage Street Market/May Arts Blog Hop Day 2

  1. Bethney says:

    I love, love, love the chevron skirt on her!!!

  2. Kathy Stafford says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE your stuff.. Stocked up at CKC in San Marcos at a booth that had your papers…..MY Absolute FAV!

  3. How delightful is this project??!! Reminds me of the show Queen for a Day! Just darling creativity!

  4. Keri says:

    GORGEOUS projects, Connie & Andrea! Love the pom flowers, and that adorable trim skirt!

  5. Starqueen says:

    Both projects are adorable! Love those pom-pom flowers, and who doesn’t like a dressed up doll?? Thanks for sharing!

  6. Smokie says:

    I never would have thought you can use pom-poms like that, thank you. I like the way your flowers add the pop of color and makes you notice the pumpkins on the bench.
    The combination of these two companies is just great! The doll and card are great examples of this.

  7. Rita Barakat says:

    I love that the orange flowers just pops on those papers! Gorgeous! Darn I knew I should have bought those spools this weekend! I just couldn’t think of what I would do with them! Super cute!

  8. Pom Pom flowers! How cool! And I love the cut out girl – beautiful project!

  9. Bellaidea says:

    very cute!

  10. Susie Bentz says:

    Great layout – thanks for the flower idea!

  11. Sue D says:

    I like the pop of orange on the layout and the ribbon skirt is too cute!

  12. Denise Bryant says:

    Great layout and paper doll! Fun project… very clever!
    DeniseB

  13. kate blue says:

    pompom flowers were my fav!

  14. fun, fun, fun! Connie I will have to copy how you made those flowers…SOOO clever! your page is just gorgeous.
    Andrea…good grief this is AMAZING! I’m in layered-lovers heaven 🙂 🙂 VERY cute!!!

  15. Nikilynn Madera says:

    Oh my goodness…. those are awesome!!! It made me think make to when I used to play with paperdolls…. awwww those were the good days!!!

  16. Amy #8546 says:

    Oh those details are so cute…..

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