I lined them up on the lower portion of the card front (The photo is really upside down). The hexagons on the white made it easy to get these in a straight line. Then I just wrapped the ribbon around over the edges of the strips and added the flower.
This one also uses the honeycomb background. The Wild Wasabi is the remainder of the piece of Wild Wasabi with the vine embossing. I tied around the scrap of Soft Suede ribbon and mounted that on a piece of Soft Suede card stock and then put it all on a Whisper White card. I tried adding circles and ovals of the other colors but just did not look right. At one point the ovals on the green might have made a cute Easter card but I did not want to go that direction. So I just added the simple Hello stamp from the Tiny Tags set and said "Done!" I like it and it is such a simple design I will probably make more :-)
Number 3 uses the Top Note die. I adhered it to a piece of Regal Rose so that it hung off the edge - then trimmed it flush. The swirly stamp is from a retired set but any decorative stamp would do. The Certainly Celery satin ribbon is accented with a piece of Pretty in Pink gingham ribbon that I found on the clearance rack a couple years ago. I hate to see Pretty in Pink leaving since I use it a lot for baby girls (and have that new granddaughter !) I'm sure I will find alternates. I used the birthday sentiment from Petite Pairs ......
And speaking of the new granddaughter - meet Adelyn Kaylee --
here she is 4 days old and visiting Grandma and Grandpa at work. We just love her!