RCC83 – Celebrate!

This month we are looking to celebrate your Heritage, show your country pride and celebrations. In the US the 4th of July is coming up right around the corner, so you may be seeing lots of red, white and blue. Since this is an all month celebration, what other colors are there?

So what  prize is up for grabs? How about a Ribbon Carousel?!

Each month we are giving away a Ribbon Carousel to one of our randomly chosen challenge participants!

Just a reminder that our Ribbon Carousel Crewmates have divided up into FOUR teams.  Each week you will see fresh projects for this month’s challenge!

There are three rules to be eligible for the prize:

1.  You MUST use ribbon or twine on your creation.

2. Your project must be based on the theme of the month.

3. You must add  a NEW project  to the inlinkz below and link directly back to your project on your blog or online gallery.


So I didn’t really have any patriotic stamps…..so I kinda got red, white and blue (or red, teal and cream….same thing, right?!?)  Anyway, it works!  I tried a sketch challenge I found on Pinterest, but I don’t really think it worked all that well.  I may have to try it again later.  This one uses My Mind’s Eye papers, Spellbinders Nestabilities, and image from Everything Wonderful by Unity.

Stop by The Ribbon Carousel blog for more inspiration and enter your own creation to win a fabulous carousel of your own!!

And be sure to check out my Stamps For Sale – I’m sure you need some of them!!

Enjoy!

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