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Old 02-02-2011, 02:45 PM   #1
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Hi!

I've been seeing the cutest folded / pleated-looking ribbon ruffle on cards. I think it's done some way with the Tim Holtz stapler. I think this technique might have been demoed at Archiver's last year...

By chance would anyone have a link to a video that shows how this is done?

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Old 02-02-2011, 03:54 PM   #2
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Are you sure it's not Maya Road's pleated ribbons?
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Are you sure it's not Maya Road's pleated ribbons?
Hi! Love your blog and store and thanks for the info!

Yet, I'm almost positive before the holidays I did view a tutorial where using a Tim Holtz stapler, ribbon could be put on a card and the affect was this beautiful pleated ribbon look. Yet...now I can't find it again!

I haven't look real hard, and was hoping someone could help me out. I probably need to look a little harder!

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If you find it, please post it! I've only seen the ruffled/pleated ribbon. Honestly, stapling sounds too complicated for me! I like the work already done! HAHA!
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Don't remember which blog I saw the pleating technique on, but it looked pretty simple.

She just ran a line of sticky tape across her card, and then started attaching the ribbon to it, pleating as you go. I'll try to find it and post here.
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Here is a video for the pleated ribbon technique. Really simple and so cute:

YouTube - Pleated Ribbon technique
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YES! Thank you so very much! Now I need to save this, or make a card right away using it...so I can remember.

However, I liked the one that I wasn't aware of that is also posted above here in this thread. In fact, in my search (which was unsuccessful) I found many really interesting variations on pleated ribbons.

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Don't remember which blog I saw the pleating technique on, but it looked pretty simple.

She just ran a line of sticky tape across her card, and then started attaching the ribbon to it, pleating as you go. I'll try to find it and post here.
Thank you! I really like this one too. Plus it doesn't require staples.

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Wow... in my search for pleated ribbon tutorials, I found this one. I think I like it the best of any I've seen!

YouTube - Pleated Ribbon Tutorial
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I was also wondering how people are doing the ribbons.
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I use a strip of red tacky tape and basically do what these great tutorials show. Also found that the satin ribbons need more sticky as they sometimes come off. I have a couple of cards on my blog using these techniques.
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Wow... in my search for pleated ribbon tutorials, I found this one. I think I like it the best of any I've seen!

YouTube - Pleated Ribbon Tutorial
I haven't seen this on a card but it's lovely and looks much easier that I would have thought.:
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pleats and gathers are super easy. you can use a sewing machines to gather or pleat, or if you dont own a sewing machine you can hand stitch long basting stitches and pull to gather. Pleating is even easier with hand stitches, just make a loop and sew it a bit make another loop and sew.
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this is a real pleat.
YouTube - Pleat Flipping 101 The Basics
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Oh, what neat techniques! I can see myself playing with ribbon pleats soon!
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How to Pleat Ribbon with the Tiny Attacher and Archiver's - YouTube

I found another tutorial from Archiver's using Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher .
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Thanks for the tutorials.
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