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8.06.2010

Happy Anniversary + Video Tut


UPDATE: This card has been temporarily removed for publication.
You may find this card in CARDS magazine February 2011.

Happy Friday to you, Bleeps! I hope you all have a fabulous weekend! Thank you so much for joining me on Moxie Fab World's blog yesterday. It was super fun! Today, I have a card to share with you, along with a video tutorial.

Instructions
  1. Trim patterned paper to about 4" x 5.25", ink the edges, add ribbon to corners, and adhere to rustic cream A2 card front.
  2. Stamp lacey frame on rustic cream cardstock, cut out, and ink.
  3. Ink the chipboard embellishment, stamp sentiment, and pop off lacey frame.
  4. Ink card front edges.
Video Tutorial
  • Here is a video tutorial on how I made the crinkly stained ribbon used in this card.
  • You can also view the video here.
  • Ribbon supplies can be found here.
Supplies

Stamps :: Hero Arts - lace frame, everyday sayings
Ink :: Tsukineko - VersaFine vintage sepia; Ranger - antique linen, tea dye
Cardstock :: Papertrey Ink - rustic cream
Patterned Paper :: Melissa Frances - Clara
Embellishments :: May Arts - ivory silk ribbon; Tattered Angels - glimmer mist, chipboard

You all have a great weekend. I'm so happy you stopped by today!

19 comments:

Laura O'Donnell said...

beautiful card. loved the Moxie Fab feature yesterday, too.

Naomi said...

Awesome! i didnt think of using that stamp as a frame!!!! love it!!!!

you inspried me to go through my shoes and get rid of those im pretty much over with. last time i did that was last christmas. i think its time again.

Dana said...

Thanks for the awesome tutorial! Great ideas!
Would you be willing to put a link in your blog post to where you mentioned we could get the May Arts ribbon online?
Thanks!

Dana said...

Oh, my bad! It's there under the video! Sorry!

Helen F. said...

This ribbon is gorgeous! I love how your detailed tutorial explains every thing so clearly!

Cassie_lu said...

beautiful card and I really like how you used the ribbon

Sharli said...

Great tutorial Ashley, thank you SO much!! I love your card, too!

Karinn said...

Wow! What a great tutorial, and thanks for sharing that great technique, can't wait to try it too!

Your video quality is awesome!

Alice Wertz said...

this is gorgeous! love how you used the HA lace as a background!!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

GORGEOUS card Ashley! Your ribbon really pops right off the card! Great tutorial :)

Stamping Cafe said...

Stunning card and awesome video tutorial, Ashley! Love that HA lace background! Thank you for sharing!

Savitri said...

Love that lace frame!! I "need" one :P
Ha, you should see how I make my ribbon... totally half-asssed but it works :P

Traveling Mama said...

This is just gorgeous! I love the lace frame!

Lin said...

So lovely, Ashley! What a wonderful combination of shapes, colors, and stamps!

Virginia L. said...

Thanks to the Hero Arts Twitter, I got to see your beautiful card and tutorial! Very inspiring work, Ashley!!

Steph said...

This video is so helpful..thank you so much for making it!! Love the idea...i am off now to wrinkle some ribbon lol :)

Ann said...

Gorgeous card! I played along with my Glimmer Mist tonight...patiently waiting 'til morning to see the finished product!

Nicky Hsu said...

Thanks for a great tutorial video how to make the crinkly ribbon. Got to pick up some supplies and give it a try.

Virginia L. said...

Thanks to your AWESOME tutorial, I made the wrinkled ribbons!! Here's my post about it. http://virginialusblog.blogspot.com/2010/08/having-fun-with-new-stamps.html
Thanks again for this fabulous technique!

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