Wednesday, June 22, 2011

To a Fabulous Friend and a Tutorial

Good Morning Everyone, Happy Wednesday, Crystal here and today I would like to share a fun summery creation with you that I made and using my fav Satin Really Reasonable Ribbon!!! :) The Ribbon I used today is 3/8 inch thick!!

As promised I would like to share with you one of my favorite ribbon tutorials...its so easy, and no need to sew the ribbon!!! Hope you enjoy!!!

Step One - complete your card and grab some redline tape....this is heavy duty adhesive and works really well with ribbon

Step Two -
apply your redline tape to where you would like your ribbon to start and finish fold one end of your ribbon and start applying

Step Three - Continue to fold and attach your ribbon to your tape until you get to the end

Step Four - Once you get to the end cut and tuck in your ribbon. Attach a glue dot

Step 5 - Once you are down with that end I then check to see if there needs to be a glue dot anywhere else where ribbon won't lay flat. HINT: the tighter you do the ribbon together the less likely you will have an issue :)

Then you have your finished project :)))

Hope you enjoyed my creation today along with the tutorial....I love fun and different ribbon treatments and wanted to share!!! Hope everyone has a WONDERFUL Wednesday!!!


  1. It looks really great. Thanks sooo much for the tut here, it´s definately something, I´m going to try soon too. Your card is just awesome and looks really great.
    Have a great day everyone.

  2. the Tutorial, this is a fabulous image done so beautifully.:) Sandra H

  3. Great card, Crystal! Your ribbon is simply perfect, and your tutorial is wonderful! Have a good day, dear friend :)

  4. Cute card!! :)

  5. Fabulous sweetie!
    Love the ribbon and design...she is a real looker also!LOL

  6. Absoluteley adorable! LOL. That card is fantastic!!!

  7. This is fabulous Crystal!! What a great way to add ribbon to your creation!! Gorgeous card!
    Tammy :)

  8. Cute card, thanks for the tutorial!


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