Talk about a perfect challenge - use pattern papers! To make this one from Splitcoast (WT267) a little more of a challenge, I made myself...
select pattern papers from different paper collections so they didn't automatically coordinate.
select papers that did not have the same colors as any of the other papers
This made it tough for me because I get hung up on what needs to 'match.' Yet another of the Joys of Papercrafting is you get to play with patterns and try stuff out without a huge time or money investment. I'm pretty happy with the results of this one.
The design is CASEd from June 2010's Scrapbooks Etc. magazine. They have a feature on cards. Check it out, there are some good designs.
Rub-ons help fit a sentiment into a small space on the scalloped paper.
The ribbon is cut in half. There will details on saving ribbon in next week's TIPsy Tuesday.
Here's another with just a couple of changes...
Ingredients: DSP: Nook and Pantry by Basic Grey, Thrift Shop by Oct Afternoon, 365 Degrees by Pink Paislee