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Ribbon Rose

Yes, if you follow my posts, I did just make a card similar to this about a week ago! And yes, I am on a card making "kick". My creative juices are a flowing! I went through a "slump" for a while and now I just can't seem to stop! Anyways, this is similar to the white one I made last week, except it is pink with more pearls and pink satin ribbon roses. Thanks for looking, and stop by my blog and become a follower too! I would love that!I hope you have a fantastic day today!I used:Core'dinations Cardmaker Series Pearls cardstockSpellbinders Shapeabilities Parisian Motifs Dies for the background cutsCricut Craft Room Basics and Craft Room for all the heart cutsAdhesive PearlsSatin Ribbon Flowers from my stashSatin Ribbon from my stashDimensional Tape and Dots

I ❤ ribbonwork . . . Ribbon Rosebuds Tutorial- This easy technique can be used to make a bud for any flower. These rosebuds can be made with or without the fine wire remaining in the selvedge of the French wired ribbon. This sample was made with the wire removed from the bud’s ribbon, and with the wire remaining in the stem’s ribbon. They were sewn with black thread to make the stitches easier to see. When sewing ribbonwork, I use a size 10 milliners needle and size O Nymo bead thread.

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Stamps: Fifth Avenue Floral Paper: Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White & Bella Rose DSP Ink: Baja Breeze and Basic Black Accessories: Aquapainter, Paper Piercing Tool & Template, Baja Breeze Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Valet Ribbon Originals, Chocolate Chip Corduroy Buttons, Texturz Harlquin Background and Dimensionals Techniques: Watercoloring

Burlap Bubble Wreath: Making a Ribbon Rosette. I use to make them with my grandma when I was little...we made ribbon roses for her crafts she sold at Dickens on the strand.

great tutorial! i want to make one from that teensy ric rac i always see in the fabric store but never can justify the purchase. i think i'll dust it with some Martha glitter and a couple of the cutest little spun cotton mushrooms you've ever seen! oh how I've missed you, craftiness! "Ric Rac Rose Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog"