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Use Your Stash Blog Hop Ribbon DeStash

Welcome to the Use Your Stash blog hop, this month we are destashing some of that ribbon we have hanging around the old craft room!! And if you are like me you have rolls and rolls and rolls and maybe a few pieces from that birthday gift or Christmas gift that you knew you would use some day -- well, today is the day.

If you hopped here from Wendy's blog, you are on the right track.

It is time for Christmas cards and in my stash is several rolls of this pretty Colonial White and Cranberry ribbon. Looking for a very clean and simple look, I took a piece of Fern (new color) cardstock to mat a Colonial White piece stamped with the White Pines Card Workshop on the Go stamp set (love, love, love it).

Cocoa ink stamped wreath image, with Fern stamped leaves and Cranberry stamped berries set off the Cranberry/Colonial White ribbon and the Cranberry sentiment.


Finished with a Cocoa sentiment under the ribbon. It turned out nicely, I think a few more and this will be my Christmas card for this year.

And now to hop on over to Marilee's blog and see her uses for ribbon!!

Here is a list of our wonderful Use Your Stash bloggers

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