Let's just say this was my first attempt at alot. This is also the first time I did the no-tie bow technique and first time using the wrought iron punch! LOVE all of these! I used a sponge to apply the ink instead of brayer.
Date: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 GMT Views: 1316
Stamps: Sincere salutations and sketch a party
Paper: Rose Romance, US white and vellum
Ink: Rose Romance, Eggplant Envy, and Night of Navy
Accessories: eyelet, non SU ribbon, wrought iron punch, small plaidmaker, and ribbon punch
Registered: September 29, 2004 Location: Central New York Posts: 265
Thu, Feb 24, 2005 @ 3:52 PM
Beautiful card! My plaid maker will be here on Tuesday. I can't believe that it has taken me this long to order one!! Where can I learn how to make a no-tie bow? My customers have the worst time making bows, this could save [email protected]
Registered: June 24, 2004 Location: Woodstock, IL Posts: 711
Thu, Feb 24, 2005 @ 10:11 PM
One bit of advice on the plaidmaker (which, btw, is one of my favorite accessories) - if you get it, get a brayer & TWO foam inserts. This way you don't have to rinse the insert & dry it between colors. Otherwise, it's pretty easy. I love it!
Die Cut Diva
Registered: August 30, 2004 Location: On a tropical island with white sand beaches and crystal clear water...oh wait that's just a dream Posts: 3925
Fri, Feb 25, 2005 @ 12:17 AM
I will post the instructions that I have for the no-tie bow in a bit. As far as the plaidmaker...LOVE it. I have not tried it with brayer yet but only because I don't have a foam attachment. Hope this helps! Glad you all enjoyed this card.