Thursday, May 26, 2011

Ribbon Flower Medallion Tut.





Hi, Sarah here with a tut on how I made a Ribbon Flower Medallion shown on this card Here
For my Ribbon flower I used
Really Reasonable Ribbon
Diamond Satin Pink

Supplies you need:
Different size circles, some tape or glue,and a piece of Ribbon 20" long.
Paper and cardstock of your choice.
You can use circle punches or circle dies.



Cut 2 scallop circles from the largest die, and then 1 circle from each of the other dies.






Score both of the scallop circles across the center between every scallop.






Cut one of the score lines from edge
of scallop to center on both scallop circles.






Beginning at cut line fold back and forth on each score line.
Valley fold for one circle and mountain fold for the other.






Glue or tape both together.






Glue or tape the largest circle you cut, to back of the folded circle.






From your 20" piece of ribbon cut
8 pieces 2 1/2 " long.

Diamond Satin Pink






Fold in half and glue or tape.






Start layering the folded ribbon
on top of the folded scallop circle.






Crisscross the ribbons in place.






Then layer on the remaining circles
starting with the next biggest.
Add a sentiment or embellishment,
then add to your project.


Sneak peek of my Ribbon flower
on a card I will be featuring later.






Please check out Really Reasonable Ribbon for all your ribbon needs.
They carry a wonderful selection of ribbons.

Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful day!






9 comments :

  1. Very pretty Sarah!
    Thanks for the tutorial! :)

    Hugs,
    True :D

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  2. That's a beautiful embellishment! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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  3. Fabulous tut! Beautifully written so clear and concise.

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  4. great flower...thanks for the tutorial Sarah!
    xxx Margreet

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  5. What a wonderful ribbon project Sarah! Will be trying this out very very soon. Love. it. :)

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  6. This is really beautiful, thanks for sharing. Teresa xx

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  7. Wow, what a great tutorial! Thank you so much... I was wondering how you made those medallions. I'm going to have to give it a try!

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  8. AWE this is SUPER thank-you for sharing :-)
    Something new to try ,
    LSHD DT ~ Deborah

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