Stampin Up So Many Thanks

 

Just this morning, I read an article stating that Ribbon Flowers are going to be a big trend in scrapboooking and rubber stamping this year. 

And this video shows you how to make your own! (If you received this message by e-mail or in a blog reader, you may need to visit my blog to see the link.)

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This box was made using the Fancy Favor die for the Big Shot. After cutting out the box from 12×12 Basic Black cardstock, I embossed it using the Square Lattice embossing folder also for the Big Shot. I did one section at a time lining up the folder so its outer edge fit into the side pleats of the Fancy Favor box. 

Next, I wrapped a length of the Basic Black 1-1/4" striped grosgrain ribbon around the bottom of the box and used a knot of Real Red satin ribbon to hold it in place.

The greeting piece was stamped with Basic Black ink onto Whisper White cardstock using the So Many Thanks a la carte stamp ($9.95, #120173,page 18). This stamped piece was then layered onto a larger piece of Basic Black cardstock and a second larger piece of Real Red cardstock. I added small rhinestones over the row of hearts on the stamped image to tie into the rhinestones on the ribbon flower.

Finally I added a Ribbon Flower that was made with a 1-1/4" circle of cardstock. See the video below for the Ribbon Flower instructions.

 

Stampin Up Basic Rhinestones

 

 

Satin Ribbon Flowers

For the flower on the left, I used my heat tool to gently curl the ribbon before assembling the flower.

On the flower on the right, the ribbon was not heated.

Which is your favourite?

 

 

Don’t think it, ink it!