Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Technique Tuesday: Pleated Ribbon

Pleating ribbon adds texture to your projects.  There are a number of ways to gather the ribbon.  You can use a running stitch or just adhere loops with glue dots or sticky strip.
The ribbon adds a little extra to the DSP background.  A simple card with a lot of impact.
This card uses pleated ribbon for the "clouds." The scraps of cardstock were some leftover bits that were adhered to make the abstract grass and sky.
The sentiment banner matches the ends of the ribbon "clouds."  A sweet card for a sweet baby!

Papers: Very Vanilla (#101650), Comfort Cafe DSP (#126898), Whisper White (#100730), Gumball Green (#126840), Marina Mist (#119682), Pacific Point (#111350), Basic Black (#121045)
Inks: Cajun Craze (#126965), Pacific Point (#126951), Gumball Green (#126861)
Stamps: Curly Cute (#120510), Teeny Tiny Wishes (#115370), Moving Forward (#126320)
Other Supplies: Big Shot (#113439), Apothecary Accent Framelits (#127003), Very Vanilla Seam Binding (#120999), White Organza Ribbon (#114319), Sticky Strip (#104294), Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430), Paper Snips (#103579)

Apothecary Accents (#127003)
Moving Forward (#126320)
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