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Old 07-11-2012, 05:29 AM   #1
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Splitcoaststamper friends I recently saw some cute cards embellished with a hand-crafted ribbon wreath. The cards were the A2 standard size. Does anyone know where can I find a tutorial or video that will teach me the weaving technique using different widths and textures of ribbon so I can try to recreate one?

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Is it this one? The Crooked Stamper: A Ribbon Wreath
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Yes, this is the type of woven wreath I am referring to, however; unless my cmputer blocked something out I didn't see an actual tutorial. Nevertheless, I appreciate your effort in checking.
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Yes, this is the type of woven wreath I am referring to, however; unless my cmputer blocked something out I didn't see an actual tutorial. Nevertheless, I appreciate your effort in checking.
You have to go through a couple links to get to the video tutorial. I think the first one has a link to where they saw it and that one has the video... I know I found a video after a few clicks.
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Yes, my post links to the blog where I saw the project, and she linked to the video.
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That ribbon card is perfect for my Christmas presents I am making for my scrapbook friends. On the Michaels web site there is instructions to make a ribbon box. I am going to make it and fill with ribbon then add this card! Thanks for showing this one. Perfect timing!
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Does anyone have, or seen, the written tutorial? I do soooo much better if it is written down in front of me.

I did check all the links, with no success.

Thanks all!

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I did check all the links, with no success.

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After much searchine, I found this link for you
How do you do the Butterfly Boondoggle stitch?
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Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your hard work. I like to have the instructions in front of me a well. I don't do as well with video tutorials.
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I just posted a video last week on how to make a ribbon wreath. This is my very first video so I hope you like it

LaLatty Stamp 'N Stuff: 52 Christmas Card Throwdown Theme ~ Wreaths!
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Love these cards. Thanks for sharing! Dani
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Can you squash it flat enough to mail?
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Can you squash it flat enough to mail?
The wreath cards I made were thicker and I don't think they would go through the mail very well in an envelope. If I were to mail them I would probably put them in a small bubble mailer.
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I don't make many and the ones that I do make, I make for just very special friends and I hand deliver mine with a plate of homemade goodies
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I made these on my Christmas cards a couple years ago and mailed in reg. envies - cost a few pennies more but everyone loved them.

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