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Number 4 in a series of "let's add some black and white strips and ribbon to an otherwise plain card"...

Number 4 in a series of "let's add some black and white strips and ribbon to an otherwise plain card".

I liked this ribbon, so I designed the cards around it - added the "just because" to finish it off...

I liked this ribbon, so I designed the cards around it - added the "just because" to finish it off.

Pretty easy; the hardest part was picking out two different papers with the same colors, and then cutting them to fit the card, Next step, cut a white strip to cover the seam, and wide enough for a piece of the K & Co borders.

the hardest part was picking out two different papers with the same colors, and then cutting them to fit the card, Next step, cut a white strip to cover the seam, and wide enough for a piece of the K & Co borders.

Another card using the same paper and flowers but different ribbon - this is the :stick-on" ribbon from Michael's...

Another card using the same paper and flowers but different ribbon - this is the :stick-on" ribbon from Michael's.

I kind of saw this card in a magazine - fun, but lots of work. I used a lot of scraps; mostly stripes, and cut tiny "banners" - it took just the right ribbon to make it work...

I kind of saw this card in a magazine - fun, but lots of work. I used a lot of scraps; mostly stripes, and cut tiny "banners" - it took just the right ribbon to make it work.

I did a series of 9 cards using up scraps of paper and adding a flourish of some kind. This is #1 - paper flower and small ribbon knot...

I did a series of 9 cards using up scraps of paper and adding a flourish of some kind. This is - paper flower and small ribbon knot.

This is the first of three cards; I was given these flowers by my 4 year old granddaughter, who managed to talk her mother into buying them because " They are beautiful, and I like beautiful things and so does grandma; so we should get them for her". My job was to find the just right background paper and ribbon - and (to quote my granddaughter) "I did it!"...

This is the first of three cards; I was given these flowers by my 4 year old granddaughter, who managed to talk her mother into buying them because " They are beautiful, and I like beautiful things and so does grandma; so we should get them for her". My job was to find the just right background paper and ribbon - and (to quote my granddaughter) "I did it!"...

Very simple card, and easy to make. I chose a pale lavender for the card, embossed a strip of shiny cream cardstock, added a ribbon and flower using a small flower brad for the center - done...

Very simple card, and easy to make. I chose a pale lavender for the card, embossed a strip of shiny cream cardstock, added a ribbon and flower using a small flower brad for the center - done.

Couldn't be any easier - I just cut out some butterflies that matched the color of the card, put them on a strip of a different color, and added Hello...

Couldn't be any easier - I just cut out some butterflies that matched the color of the card, put them on a strip of a different color, and added Hello.

Same card, but a much brighter version - I like them both...

Same card, but a much brighter version - I like them both.

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