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Friday, October 10, 2008

Ribbon Flower Card from KC Regionals

First stamp a snowflake image in versamark ink. My piece of paper was 2 x 2.
Next use a hole punch or the smaller hole punch from the crop-a-dile and punch holes around the outside points of the snowflake and around the inside of the snowflake.
Next begin threading your ribbon through the holes. I used a 12" piece of ribbon and had plenty left. I used riding hood red taffeta but I have seen this made with 1/4" grosgrain also.
When threading the ribbon do not pull tight. Instead slightly "poof" up the ribbon.
I placed a rhinestone brad in the middle; at Regionals we used a button. I taped the two ends down on the back of the paper and mounted it with dimensionals.

Here is the finished card!

6 comments:

Shari Nelson said...

Cool! Great idea!

Ann said...

Such a cool technique! I love the way it looks on the finished card! :D

Lorraine said...

thanks you for sharing this! this is such a cool way to make a flower with some bling. your directions were wonderful

Stampmouse said...

clever idea

Cheryl Lynn Hirzel said...

This is very cool! Thanks so much for sharing how to do this!

Lisa Brown said...

This is wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing this idea!

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