Stampin’ Up!’s Blue Ribbon stamp set has become a go-to set for me. I love it for all kinds of congratulatory occasions. It’s perfect for masculine or feminine congratulation cards, birthdays and even valentine’s day! And with a color change this would be a perfect card for any young man that is graduating this year.
The green of this ribbon is Lucky Limeade which is being discontinued. If you love this color like I do be sure to order your supplies now before they run out.
We made this card Saturday at the Crop for a Purpose scrapbooking fundraising event for a local church raising money for a Honduras Mission Trip. Some chose to stamp the birthday greeting instead and others even inked around the edges for another variation.
The Stampin’ Up! note card and envelope packs are a bargain at only $5.95 per pack of 20! Combined with this large versatile stamp, punches and the bright Sunshine and Sprinkles designer series paper, this project is super easy and fun to recreate. (See the complete list of products used below.)
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Here’s the card recipe: (All supplies are Stampin’ Up! Click on the product link to visit my store for pictures, details & ordering.) Stamps: Blue Ribbon wood-mount #125979 or clear-mount #125981 Ink: Melon Mambo #126948 Lucky Limeade #126984 Paper: Whisper White cardstock #100730, Note Cards and Envelopes #107311 Extras: 2-3/8″ Scallop Circle punch #118874, 1-1/4″ Circle punch #119861, 1-3/8″ Circle punch #119860, Rhinestones #119246, Dimensionals #104430