No Slide Ribbon Video Tutorial

Stampin up long fellows dog

And
they call it Poppy Love . . . This sweet little bowser was dipped In
Poppy Parade and stamped on Whisper White card stock.  He looks quite
dashing on this long and skinny card (5 3/4″ x 3 1/4″).  A few
embellishments later and you have a Simple Saturday card. 



Discover how to keep
your ribbon from sliding on your cards with a simple technique.  I
originally learned how to do this several years ago after watching a
video tutorial by Michelle Single called the Stay Put Bow.  It’s always been my favorite way to anchor my knots and bows.

I mixed and matched colors (and Glimmer Brads) using these cute stamps
from Long Fellows (Hostess Level 2).  Did you know that you earn hostess
benefits with on-line product orders of $150 or more?  Click here for
details on Hostess Rewards!

Stampin up long fellows alligator
Pear Pizzazz and Concord Crush

Stampin up long fellows cat
Peach Parfait and Poppy Parade

Stampin up long fellows elephant
Blushing Bride and Pear Pizzazz

Stampin up long fellows turtle
Pear Pizzazz and Blushing Bride

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIP:  The Stampin’ Up! Small Open End Envelopes in Whisper White (107286) work beautifully with this sized card.

Black signature ivory
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Long fellows stampin pretty Stamp Set:  Long Fellows (Hostess Level 2: Wood Mount 118720, Clear Mount 120136)
Paper:  Pear Pizzazz Textured Card Stock (In Colors Assorted 12 x 12, 119799), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Poppy Parade (119782)
Cool Tools:  Itty Bitty Punch Pack (118309)
The
Perfect Touch:  Poppy Parade 1/2″ Stitched-Poly Ribbon (119263), In
Colors Glimmer Brads (121005, available 9/1), Stampin’ Dimensionals
(100430)

0 Comments:

  1. Thank you so much for the tutorials, I appreciate these visual helps so………….much! Your cards are really cute too!

    Linda

  2. Thanks for the great tutorial. I’ll have to give this a try. As always I love your projects.

  3. Mary, What a great tip! I have a lot of trouble with ribbon & this has been a BIG help. Thanks so much!

  4. How Cleaver: thanks for the tip

  5. Linda Clendening

    Mary – you are awesome and I have learned so many wonderful techniques from you. Your cards are always so beautiful and I have cased and shared many of them with my customers also. Thanks for all the GREAT tips!

  6. I really love this tip…I always struugle trying to keep it in place…Thanks for the tip…Love the cards also

  7. Thanks for the wonderful tips Mary, I’ve learned something new!

  8. I love this tip – I always struggle with my ribbons. Thank You Mary!!

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