A Bit of CAS-ual Fall and a Ribbon Carousel Challenge!

I have a post JAM packed with goodness today!  I have a gorgeous card up over on the CAS-ual Fridays Stamps blog today AND on the Ribbon Carousel Blog for RCC 86 today, as well!  Woot!  Woot!!!  This card uses SO many fun products, but I am just absolutely loving the gorgeous Amer Waves stamp set from CAS-ual Fridays!  It's the PERFECT fall set!  Perfect, I tell you!  That's why I had to pull it out to show it off for the RCC 86 Challenge, as it's all about FALL and Halloween!!!

Happy Thanksgiving

I decided to have some fun layering some gorgeous papers and ribbon and then adding even more texture with embossing.  I just love it!  So warm and cozy and Thanksgiving-y.  (Yup.  Totally a word.  'Cause I totally decided it is one.  For reals.)

Happy Thanksgiving  (detail)

Be sure to check out the CAS-ual Fridays Stamps blog for more awesome inspiration!  Also, be sure to check out the Ribbon Carousel blog to participate in this month's challenge!  You could win your very own RIBBON CAROUSEL!!!!  (Yes... they are awesome.  It's really that simple.)

Here are the details on the challenge:

1.  You MUST use a spool, ribbon, twine, thread, washi tape or something that comes on a spool on your creation.
2. Your project must be based on the theme of the month. (Fall and Halloween)
3. You must add  a NEW project  to the inlinkz on the Ribbon Carousel blog and link directly back to your project on your blog or online gallery.

Check out some crafty eye candy from our talented Crewmates for a little inspiration before you link up your project at the bottom of this post!

And don't miss my fun Newton's Nook Release post today, too!

Have a Happy!


  1. Love the collage look and layers here Jingle! Awesome card!

  2. Love this card, so full of texture and natural elements!

  3. Your card is amazing. TFS.
    Crafty hugs,

  4. Gorgeous combination of stamps and paper--mine are in the mail on their way to me!!

  5. Omg I Love this the paper the stamps everything!!!!


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