Hi friends. I finally got my act together and have the video tutorial for you that I’ve been promising for months (like perhaps since January….) hahaha You’re going to need some pretty ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon along with your Bow-it-All V2.0 Tool. If you haven’t picked this great tool up yet, you really must. I use it on ALL my projects.
I love this bow because it adds a beautiful touch to your project and it looks super complicated when it’s really not. So, get ready to ‘wow’ your friends and family!
So this is the little beauty I’m going to show you how to make. Pretty soon you’ll be making these gorgeous bows for all your projects too!
I used my all time favorite Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon in blue topaz and royal blue. I’ve said this before, but it bears repeating. This ribbon performs beautifully for fancy loopy bows. Do yourself a favor and begin with an easy ribbon. There is NO ribbon you can’t use, but it’s easier to start with one that will cooperate and then move on to more challenging styles. (Best part is that Delicate Stitched Satin is a really inexpensive ribbon style!)
Hi there everyone. Can you ever have enough birthday cards? I think not! I always start out the year in good shape, but things fall apart about half way through, so I’m trying to get some birthday cards done ahead. This one already went to my wonderful SIL, but I WILL get ahead this year if it kills me!
Today I’m playing along with the weekly Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge. The theme this week is Add a Flourish. That one’s easy. I LOVE flourishes!
I have a video tutorial for Cheery Lynn Designs Sweet William flowers HERE if you have not already seen it.
Is anyone interested in a video on how I made these fantastic Gardenia flowers? Is so, please leave a comment below.
Dies: Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A & B, Classic Ovals Small and Large, Cheery Lynn Designs Chicken Wire Frame, Gardenia Strip, Gardenia Strip Small, Mini Fanciful Flourish left and right, Build a Flower #1 for flower bases
Hello there fellow ribbon and bow lovers. I’m back with a new Bow-it-All V2.0 Video. Today I will be making Multi-Loop Triple Layer Bows.
My card has a double-loop triple layer bow that is the perfect size for an greeting card.
With all the extra peg holes on the new Bow-it-All V2.0, you can make these bows in a very wide variety of sizes from very large for a wreath or other home dec project, to small enough for a card.
Here is my video tutorial:
Have you noticed that all of my recent cards feature summer vacation? That’s because I need one. Like NOW…….