Friday, July 20, 2012

{Ribbon Carousel} Bazzill Card Shoppe

*** If you are looking for my iSSC and Your Next Stamp post, scroll down ***

Have you tried the Bazzill Card Shoppe Card Stock yet?!

Bazzill has been working with its paper mills to create the perfect premium, smooth, heavy-weight cardstock that will be a sweet treat for every card-maker. Now available in 28 coordinating colors. The paper is a stout 100 lbs. and folds with a crisp edge. It won’t warp when used with markers, inks, or mists, and can handle loads of embellishments without sagging.

Did you know that we carry all 28 colors at the Ribbon Carousel store?!
The Ribbon Carousel Crewmates have fallen in love with the stuff!

We are thrilled to be teaming up with Bazzill today to show off their amazing new card stock! Today is National Lollipop Day so the Ribbon Carousel Crewmates have created some crafty eye candy with this theme!

After you check out the cards, head right on over to the Bazzill blog AND there you find a special COUPON for the Ribbon Carousel store!
And to win some Bazzill cardstock, here is what you need to do:
1. Leave a comment on this blog post.
2. Head on over to the Bazzill Facebook page to "like" them and tell them the Ribbon Carousel sent you and then head back over to our Facebook page and tell us you did!
3. SHARE this post on your blog or Facebook page and let us know you did here OR on our FB page. If you share on your blog, be sure to leave a direct link to the post so we can stop by and thank you!

I used a circle punch, some double sided adhesive paper, and bakers twine (in aqua, orange, and maraschino) to make my lollipop. I then attached a real lollipop stick to the back of the circle and hotglued a cute bow (parrot green satin scalloped edge ribbon) to the front! So fun and easy!

I used the following Bazzill CS: Lollipop, Circus Peanuts, Marshmallow and Gumball.

I followed this weeks SSSC for my card layout and the stamp and die set is MFT Vertical Greetings II,
as well as the Jumbo Ric Rac die for the border strip!


wendy said...

Yummy, terrific lollipop Jenny

Tanya said...

love the card. How did you make the blue dots in the background?

lulyg said...

Love the vibrant colors and te nice embossing!

Dharla's Hideout said...

I LOVE the lollipop, it is so fun and different! And the sentiment is so painfully true and combined with your card it makes me sad and happy all at once! You can probably make a beautiful & uplifting card for every one of Emily Dickinson's quotes. <3

Dawn Easton said...

eek! Jenny, this is awesome! LOVE how you've created your lollipop!!! Brilliant! Thanks for playing along with the SSSC!

Katie Skiff said...

Love it!! Love the lollipop - that is amazing!!

Anonymous said...

Ok, how the hell did you do that lollipop!!! You are my hero!