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The challenge today is WOVEN RIBBON. There are several ways to do this, so as long as you have ribbon (not twine or other trims, unless they are in addition to ribbon) and it's woven in your project somehow, you are good to go!
My sample: BELOVED used a border punch made for threading ribbon.
Chris, the punch I used has set holes that you can't change. It's like a regular border punch that has a decorative design. I adhere one end piece on the back of the cardstock and then weave the rest through. Depending on how wide your cardstock is and how many holes you end up with, you can have the other end piece showing (as in my sample), or it will go back behind and be adhered on the back.
I used the Fiskars version of this punch, but there are many out there!
I had a go with a die and will do it again! Thanks. You can find it here
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