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Come Sail Away with Me

Ahoy mates!  Today I'm participating in a special release and blog hop for 3GirlJam's May Release!
So, if you need to start at the beginning, head over to the 3GirlJam blog to begin (click on the button below)

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My card is featuring one of the new crinkle ribbons from the "Navy Bundle", which includes a wonderful deep blue and a "Dress whites" (So fun the name, yes?)

I won't keep you too long, but you'll want to make sure and participate in the hop this weekend.

The prize for participating in the hop is 1 bundle of each of the new sets of ribbon!  Pretty cool, eh?

And check out the specials available for a limited time (through Sunday, May 5)...especially if you're in the market for some of the wonderful crinkle ribbon, it's ALL on sale for 20% off!

Now off you go to the next great work of inspiration:
(be sure to leave her some luv!)


Ashley said…
Wonderful card! Love the CAS layout and the awesome stamps. :)

shelly said…
luvin your awesome guy card with the touch of gorgeous deep blue ribbon.normally i associate the ribbon with feminine or baby cards love how you showed it can also be masculine :)
Cheri said…
This is so pretty. I really like the silver button attached to your ribbon. It adds a great touch!

Anonymous said…
Nice card, I love the Nautical theme :)
Lucy E. said…
Hi Rebecca. Very awesome masculine card! I love that ship stamp! I am already a follower of your blog.
~ Kendra ~ said…
Beautiful card, love your use of the ribbon! Great card design!
jessica said…
Such a beautiful card! Love the theme...and how perfect is this ribbon :)
Maria Matter said…
love the nautical theme Rebecca, beautifully done!!
angie ashuk said…
Great card!!! ribbon suits it perfectly!
Unknown said…
Great masculine card!
Miranda said…
Gorgeous card! Loving the new colors!
Karen Bahit said…
Love Love Love your card!!! I am following your blog.
Happy Hopping...
Karen Bahit
SusieScrapper said…
Gorgeous card and I was already a follower of your blog!

Julie Odil said…
I love to sail, so your card strikes a chord with me. Beautiful work, my friend!
Jessica Buffa said…
Love, Love, Love this card. The anchor tag is so cute. Darling layers and textures!
VanessaB said…
I love nautical stuff- fantastic card and the splash of navy ribbon is perfect :)
Jovan said…
Wonderful card!
Tiggerscraps said…
This is a great card!! I love it
Unknown said…
Wonderful masculine card!! I really like the hanging anchor tag.

Precious Hugs
Donna K said…
Another wonderful card, Rebecca! I love how you put together all of your elements for a great masculine card! The navy crinkle ribbon is fab!

Happy Day to ya!
~Donna K
mary said…
Fantastic! Always looking for guy card ideas..thanks
Unknown said…
Wahoo! great use of ribbon! your card is super cute and love the clean feel of it! So creative.
silvia said…
Awesome card!! The blue ribbon works so well with your nautical theme!!

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Sarah Biswabic said…
Your card is beautiful!
Scrappin Abby said…
I knew it!! I knew I was going to be blown away when I saw the sneak peek you gave us : ) This card is beautiful!!
The embossing is perfect for the theme. Awesome card.
teachdanz said…
this turned out great!! love the way you used the ribbon with the button!
Amy Martin said…
very pretty card. very cute way to use the ribbon.
Sonia said…
Great card-love the bundles!
Mary Ann said…
Very pretty card!Love the ribbon!
Fabulous! Love the masculine feel of the card. My hubby and I are anything marine related always catches my eye!
3 Girl JAM said…
This is such a perfect project to showcase the Navy Blue. Great job Rebecca!

Wandy said…
Cute nautical card! Perfect with the blue crinkle ribbon!!! Wtg!!
Hugs, Wandy
Georgiana said…
Love how your blue ribbon looks like it is sailing away.

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Chris said…
Lovely card!Lovely ribbon.
Sugarlips said…
I love your card! It is CAS but amazing.
Salnclts said…
I love how the ribbon makes everything stand out on your nautical card! :)
ScrappinAnn said…
Great hop! I love your card. My nephew is in the Navy so this theme and colors are dear to my heart!

I am a new follower and fan. Your creations are inspiring. Thanks for sharing with us.

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Robin said…
Such a cute card!! Love all of the new colors.

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