Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

I “Hope” you are having a fabulous day, week, month, year or where ever you are at this very moment in your life. 
I am super excited to share with you that May Arts Ribbon has asked me to join their design team!!!
HOW COOL IS THAT!!!
I was asked to create a Breast Cancer Awareness Card as my first assignment. 
I was thrilled to accommodate, I have so many friends that have gone through breast cancer and please to say they are all survivors!!! 
I began by first adhering pattern paper to my card base.
Add some of the Solid Color Edge Ribbon  to create a border. 
Make a small ribbon bow from the Solid Color Edge Ribbon ; add to top of card. 

Using thread with a needle; hand sew a running stitch in 24″ of Solid Color Edge Ribbon 

Pull thread carefully to gather to form flower. 

Add gemstone center.  

Add to front of card. 

Die cut “HOPE” from pattern paper. 

Adhere to front of card. 

Cut ribbon and pattern paper flags. 
Adhere to top of card front. 
Decorate the inside of card. 
I hope I have inspired you today and encouraged you to “Hope”. 
“Hope” for today, tomorrow and into the future. 
Hugs Pam 
Supplies:
Graphic 45 Bohemian Bazaar Collection
Tim Holtz Alphanumeric Marque Die
Needle and Thread
Gemstone Flower
5″ x 6 1/2″ Card Base
Tiny Attacher
Glue Gun with Glue Sticks
Adhesive
Pop Dots
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One thought on “Hope Card with May Arts Ribbon

  1. You put SO much LOVE in your work!!! Thanks for sharing the steps you took.

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