Hello and thanks for stopping in. The whole family had the flu last week. Which is why I was missing in action. Thanks to rest and God we are all feeling better.
So I missed a few challenges these past two weeks, which drives me nuts because I have so much fun doing them. For me, a major Disney lover, I love getting Disney into other people's challenges. Plus it challenges me so much.
OK so here is some personal stuff .... if you want to skip to the card scroll down.
OK so my family has been planning to move to the Orlando area of Florida. We were planning this when we lived in North Carolina. Some other family scares and issues we had to make a very fast move to Fort Lauderdale Florida this past February. Well our dream is finally coming into the light. We are going up next weekend to look for a place to live. YES that is right I am going to be living 30 minutes or so from WALT DISNEY WORLD!!! I am so happy. The rest of my family is even more happy. It seems I take all my vacations to Disney. With Disney so close I might go a on a real vacation and visit some of my family. The funny thing my husband and I both made the comment when someone mentioned a "real" vacation, we thought ohhh Disneyland or plan for Disneyland Paris. Can you tell we love DISNEY!
OK on to my Project
Like I said it is for Pink by Designs Ink it Pink Challenge 6
we were challenged to use our ribbon. So it got me thinking I love ribbon roses and have not made them in years. SO what a great time to try them.
All Paper is Stampin Up
4.25 x 5.5 Melon Mambo
Pattern Paper is EK Success I have had for years Plaid Pink hand cut at 3.75 x 5 inches
background is pirouette pink cut using Mini-Monograms cartridge cut with REAL SIZE ON
3.25 x 4.5 inches
The rose is from Disney's Princess Dreams Come True
All layers cut at 3.25 inches
The rose was made from basic red ribbon from Micheal's
I added some stickles to it.
The sentiment is from Pink By Design
She has 3 Animated Greeting stamps for all out Disney Cartridges plus I just found the cutest Princess Sentiment stamp. I must own it. So don't be surprised when you see it on a future project!