As I told you over the weekend, I’m back to show you more about the ribbon frame in the “friend” card. It actually very simple to do and pretty fast. Start with your Big Shot and cut a piece of OnBoard Chipboard and a piece of Very Vanilla card stock with the largest oval from the Ovals Die. Stamp your image on the oval and set aside.
On the back side of your Chipboard oval, put down some Sticky Strip in small sections to cover the whole perimeter. Leaving the ribbon attached to the spool, secure the end to a piece of Stick Strip leaving about 1/2″ (or desired width) sticking out. Ruffle the ribbon and continue attaching to the Sticky Strip. Once you get back to your starting point, place a little piece of Sticky Strip on the back of the starting ribbon and attach the two ends. I concealed the joining spot on the front with a flower.
After I created the ribbon frame, I attached the stamped card stock and put the whole thing on the card with Dimensionals. Hope you have fun with this cool way to add texture! See you again soon!
Stamp: All Holidays; Paper: Early Espresso, Elegant Soiree, Very Vanilla; Ink: Baja Breeze, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso; Accessories: Big Shots, Ovals Die, Scallop Trim Border Punch, Basic Pearls, Sticky Strip, Dimensionals
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