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Lace, Ribbon & Thread

This month the design team at Ann Butler Designs has showcased a variety of projects using fabric. Ann Butler's products are designed to be used on fabric and other mixed media projects. Today I'm sharing a card using lace and ribbon, Ann Butler's Crafter's Inks and Art Screens by Clearsnap.

I have a step by step tutorial for you at the Ann Butler Design's blog. Please click here to check it out! Once you're there I invite you to take a minute to see all the different projects my teammates have created using fabric.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I will be back with a new design tomorrow. See you then!

I'm also sharing my card with:
RRR Challenge - Aqua & Light Coral
Craft-Dee Bowz - April Challenge
Card Mania - April Challenge


  1. This is stunning! So many beautiful little details.

  2. So So love this! I absolutely adore tiny dresses, and this is gorgeous. Perfect color choices, too :D

  3. GORGEOUS!! Just stunning Gracie! Love the colours and all the wonderful textures in the background! Brilliant how you made the dress and the natural twine is such a lovely contrast to the feminine flowers and lace! hugs :)

  4. Oh, Gracie, this is YOU! So beautiful and gorgeous colors! I totally love it!! Hugs, sweet friend!

  5. Gracie, this is so delicate and stunning! I love how you have dressed the mannequin!

  6. This is so gorgeous. Love your creative spin on the mannequin. Thanks for joining us at the Craft-Dee BowZ challenge this month. Join us again soon. Hugs, Barbara { Craft-Dee BowZ}

  7. Wow Gracie! This is stunning! So very creative. Fabulous job! I would love for you to follow my blog. Just visit me at Hugs, Gloria

  8. Hi again Gracie. I love your creativity! I couldn't find how to join your blog. I searched and searched. Is it just by signing up for the newsletter? Thanks for dropping by my blog and joining my followers. I will sign up for the email until I hear back from you. Hugs, Gloria

  9. Your cards are always SO gorgeous, Gracielle. Thanks a bunch for sharing this amazing card in our color challenge.
    Really Reasonable Ribbon

  10. Wow, Gracielle! This is stunning! Always a treat to visit your lovely blog! Thanks for sharing with us at Really Reasonable Ribbon!

  11. Amazing card. Thanks for joining us at Card Mania Challenges. Good luck and hope you'll join us again.

  12. Love all the texture of your card!
    Thank you for joining us at Really Reasonable Ribbon!!

  13. Just beautiful! LOVE IT! Thanks for playing along with RRR! Hope to see you again soon.


  14. Just beautiful! I love how you made the lace into a dress. All of the mixed media on the background is fantastic. Thanks for playing with us at RRR!

  15. Stunning love colours love the dress lace is beautiful


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