Sunday, June 3, 2012

Ribbon and Bows Video Tutorial

Good morning!!
Today I want to share a few projects that I have recently created with beautiful ribbons and bows.  I filmed a video showing an easy method to create your own big fluffy bow.
This Olive sheer ribbon with a satin stripe in the center is my FAVORITE!!!  I recently “had” to purchase an entire spool,   Sheer/Satin Stitched Center by May Arts.
Here it is….
Please watch my video on how I tie bows. 
Bow Tying Tutorial
Here are a couple of other cards that I created using wonderful ribbons by May Arts.
The first layer of ribbon used is the fabulous Ivory Net by May Arts.  I adhered the netting to the background patterned paper with an adhesive runner and cut chevrons at each end.
I wrapped the May Arts Twill Turquoise Striped Ribbon around patterned paper on the front card panel.  I tied this ribbon with the same steps using in the video.

I wanted to use ribbon on a card for a boy and this is what I came up with.  I simply adhered a piece of ribbon with double sided tape onto the card front.  I have always thought of ribbon to be for girls, but not any more!!  The ribbon used here was Red/Pink Line Edge sheer ribbon by May Arts.
I hope my video and this post inspired your to get out your ribbons and go BOW CRAZY!!!
Here are the rest of the supplies that I used on my cards…
Rose Tree Card
Paper: Ocean Mist (Papertray)
Patterned Paper: Splendid (Authentique)
Stencils: Dreamweaver Stencils
Ribbon: May Arts
Glitter: Art Institute
Paper: Vintage Cream (Papertray)
Patterned Paper: Canvas Corp
Stamps: Grapeful (Skipping Stones Designs)
Ink: Tsukineko
Ribbon: Ivory Net, Twill Striped (May Arts)
Happy Birthday
Paper: Bazzill Basics
Stencils: Dreamweaver Stencils
Ink: Copic Multiliner
Ribbon: May Arts
Extras: Embossing Paste (Dreamweaver Stencils)
Have a great day!!!

1 comment:

febe said...

Every card is unique. Awesome!

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