Recently I hopped over to FoilPlay to stock up on Kanban's red 'Silk Mirri card' - greedy little pig, I think I bought up all of their stock. It's absolutely beautiful card with a soft sheen to it and not as 'in your face' as pure mirri card. Anyhow, of course a few other things found their way into my basket - including some Kanban 'Festive Friends' toppers:
- 6" x 6" cream card stock
- gold mirri card
- dark blue pearlescent thick paper, bought at Newbury
- a topper from Kanban's 'Festive Friends - Blue' sheet
- couple of pieces of cream and gold ribbon, rescued from a gift bag and carefully ironed after Christmas. One piece was wrapped round the backing card and the other was just tied into a knot, trimmed and then topped with a gold cord bow. As advised by our lovely Jules, I always thread the cord through the knot using a 'bodkin' (big blunt needle). Then, after tying the cord bow I pop a little piece of double sided extra strong tape under the main knot or bow in the wide ribbon to hold it in place
So quick and easy, plus there are another three similar toppers still to use on the sheet - I feel a little factory production line session coming on :) LOVE the expressions on their faces!
This card is for Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge Extra for July.