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 heaven-sent.jpg Ok, you all asked for it, and I am ready to share my ‘easy peasy’ bow with you all.   Please pardon my less than professional pictures.  I needed a spare set of hands, so my son Levi did the picture taking for me.  He’s really good, but the camera is just old.

Step 1:

ribbon-tutorial-001.jpg   Cut your base color ribbon long enough to go across your cardstock and around behind for attachment.   Lay it flat on your workspace.

Step 2:

ribbon-tutorial-002.jpg   Cut 2 or more pieces of contrasting ribbon (I use about a 3″ strip) and lay it crosswise on your base ribbon.

Step 3:

ribbon-tutorial-003.jpg  Tie your base ribbon around your contrasting ribbon.

Step 4:

ribbon-tutorial-004.jpg  Pull ribbon tight and straighten.

Step 5:

ribbon-tutorial-005.jpg   Trim ribbon edges to desired length

 Step 6:

ribbon-tutorial-006.jpg   Attach ribbon to card!

This is my first time doing a tutorial.. please leave feedback!

Here’s the deets:

Stamps:  My Favorite Things’ Baby First

Colors: Regal Rose, Bliss Blue, Barely Banana, GP White

Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black, copics, white gel pen

Accessories: mini brads, ribbon, dimensionals, scissors

TFL!~ and have a blessed day!

26 Responses to “~Easy Peasy Ribbon Tutorial~”

  1. on 27 Feb 2008 at 15:21marisa (whiterockmama)

    Nice tip – always love the ribbon(s) on your cards. . Thanks for the step by step and a thanks to Levi for his photography — hope his hourly rate isn’t too high 😉

  2. on 27 Feb 2008 at 15:51Joyce-JRT

    Thanks Holly-You explained perfectly. Nice bow technique…tfs

  3. on 27 Feb 2008 at 16:10Libby

    Great tutorial – thanks for sharing! Love how that bow looks, and now I’m excited to try it for myself!

  4. on 27 Feb 2008 at 16:16bronih

    It’s a great tutorial, Holly! Great bow!!

  5. on 27 Feb 2008 at 16:27Pat

    Gorgeous job. Thank you so very much. Your son should be a professional photographer. He did an awesome job.
    Thank you so much for sharing.
    Big hugs to you both.

  6. on 27 Feb 2008 at 16:36Smriti

    It’s an awesom tutorial and technique! Who would’ve thought this is your first tutorial!

  7. on 27 Feb 2008 at 16:59Ann

    Thanks for a wonderful tutorial Holly! You make it look so easy, but I won’t say it is easy until I have tried it! LOL

  8. on 27 Feb 2008 at 16:59Dawn E.

    Oh very cool Holly! Thanks so much for explaining!! Your son did a FAB job helping out!

  9. on 27 Feb 2008 at 16:59Farmwife Debbie

    Holly…. awesome tutorial….Thinking I should visit your blog everyday!

    Love ya

  10. on 27 Feb 2008 at 17:12Jennifer

    Holly, fabulous tutorial! Half the time it takes me longer to try to get my ribbon knot perfect than it does to make the card, LOL! I love this idea for ribbon, I am trying this right now!

  11. on 27 Feb 2008 at 17:53Vivian

    Well, that is just plain neat! Thanks for sharing that. Great tutorial. I just clicked on each pic and opened in a new window to make it bigger.

  12. on 27 Feb 2008 at 18:17Viv (VivLyn)

    Your tutorial was great and is your card is adorable!!

  13. on 27 Feb 2008 at 18:30Marg

    Thank you. Very clear to understand.

  14. on 27 Feb 2008 at 19:02Kathy (Wattle)

    Thanks Holly – very easy to follow and the bow looks great! :)

  15. on 27 Feb 2008 at 19:31Heather

    This is a wonderful tutorial! I am going to give this trick a try tonight :)

  16. on 27 Feb 2008 at 21:26Lisa (lakind)

    Now that you’ve done such a nice job on this one I can say, “More, more, we want more!”

  17. on 28 Feb 2008 at 09:09Sandra Moss

    That looks too easy! Thanks for sharing, I love your creativity!

  18. on 28 Feb 2008 at 10:00Susan VanMeter

    OMG, Thank you so much Holly! You are right – it is easy peasy!

  19. on 29 Feb 2008 at 08:47Bev J.

    Thanks for the easy peasy ribbon tutorial. Saw someone mention it on SCS this morning. Neat Blog! tfs

    Bev J. (Maxell on SCS)

  20. on 29 Feb 2008 at 21:41Diane Lapointe

    Wonderful tutorial!!! That’s a really nice bow! TFS!

  21. on 03 Mar 2008 at 22:21Diane Stader- Lost in the 60's

    Thanks, Holly for this super tutorial…can’t wait to make one of these cute bows!!

    Diane

  22. on 07 Mar 2008 at 14:59joyk

    Super tutorial!! Love your sweet bow too! TFS!!

  23. on 18 Mar 2008 at 22:46Laura

    I was just about to ask you about the bow when I saw that you did this tutorial. Thank you so much. You are one of my very favorite stampers!

  24. on 11 Apr 2008 at 23:19Jodi (Kharmagirl)

    Hey Holly! I just made a card using your easy peasy ribbon technique and I just wanted to say ‘Thanks!!” What a great technique!!

  25. on 19 Apr 2008 at 10:57Dealbaida

    Thank you SO much for this. I have heck’s own trouble trying to tie ribbon (blame it on being left-handed) but this is such a simple method even I can achieve! The tutorial is all-round first class.

    Marion
    UK

  26. on 22 Aug 2008 at 22:37Terri

    Well I’m a lefty too so this has helped me as well. Thanks for demonstrating this great ribbon technique.

    Ter
    Ottawa, On., Canada

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