Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Peppermint Twist



I'm so excited that it's my turn to host a challenge for the Ribbon Carousel Challenge Blog!!  I have finally had the chance to use this beautiful digital image from Mo Manning called called Pammy's Stocking.  I wish so badly that I had printed the image out on Vintage Cream cardstock (PTI) rather than in white, it would have looked SO much better that way.  The papers are once again from My Mind's Eye (Lost & Found Christmas)...I love it so much that I've almost used the entire paper pad!!  :)   



The ribbon treatment was created by weaving Red Rancho Vintage Seam Binding through some gorgeous Ivory Crocheted Lace Ribbon.  I've even created a really quick video tutorial showing you how I did it.



See if you can hear Brooke say to me during the video, 
"I know what you do, you don't have to tell ME!!  
LOL  That girl is SO SASSY!!!


Copics Used:
Robe: R89, R29, R24, R14, R20
White Trim: C2, C1, T2
Hair/Nightgown: E47, E44, E42, E41
Skin: E13, E11, E00, E50, R02, R00

This week’s challenge is being sponsored by our favorite ribbon company in the whole world, 
MAY ARTS!!


And one lucky random entrant will win their choice of 2 rolls of May Arts ribbon!!  

We are also teaming up with our sponsor, May Arts ALL WEEK with giveaways on Facebook, so become a FAN of May Arts and Ribbon Carousel for your chance to win!!


We'd love for you to join us for this weeks challenge and you can click HERE for all the details.  But basically your creation can be anything you'd like, just be sure you use ribbon, bakers twine, lace, thread...(anything that comes on a spool) and follow this weeks theme.

I hope you will stop by to see all the inspiration Carousel Crew B has for you and leave them some love!!

Wendy Ramlakhan  (That's Me!)

Don't forget that I have some Blog Candy going on right now!!  Click HERE for your chance to win!!  

Thanks so much for stopping by!!

15 comments:

Laurel said...

This is just gorgeous!

Martinas Welt said...

What an amazing card! Great colouring and the Mo Manning stamp is too cute! Love it!
Martina

Jenny said...

Love this image and the colours you have chosen are perfect!

June Nelson said...

This is beautiful I coloured her up for a card bnut its not a patch on this,so i dont think I will bother now lol xxxx

June Nelson said...

This is beautiful I coloured her up for a card bnut its not a patch on this,so i dont think I will bother now lol xxxx

June Nelson said...

This is beautiful I coloured her up for a card bnut its not a patch on this,so i dont think I will bother now lol xxxx

Mary J said...

Gorgeous Wendy! I love how you did the lace and ribbon like that - looks like a dado rail!

Dawn Easton said...

Wendy, this is DARLING!!! Beautifully coloured!!!

Denise Marzec said...

Totally GORGEOUS!!....and I think I need to add THIS cutie to my Mo Manning wish list!

Frea said...

Hi Wendy, how are you sweetie? Haven't been round that much, such a busy time. Hubby's birthday was last weekend, have just had a bad case of the flue, and now Christmas is quickly approaching! Anyhow, love this image and your colouring, wow look at that hair!! This card is a total stunner, great idea weving that ribbon through the lace. Hugs, Frea

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHHHHHH! This card is darling--I LOVE the papers and that ribbon...but your coloring took my breath away! WOW! LOOOOOVE!!! I want to know EVERYTHING you know about coloring:)

Christine aka blankiefinder said...

This is absolutely gorgeous, Wendy! Wow can you ever colour!

Anonymous said...

I can not thank you adequately for the posts on your web site. I know you'd put a lot of time and effort into them and hope you know how much I appreciate it. I hope I'll do exactly the same for someone else at some point.

Kate said...

This is stunning, Wendy! The deep, rich colours are gorgeous - and I love your ribbon technique. (Plus, it was such a delight to hear your voice - and Brooke's!!)

frances joy said...

ooohh i love the image... great colouring! beautiful!

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