LOVES to go BIG and BOLD so her
first can fits her personality well
and matches her scrap area perfectly!
10 Ways to use with Twine * Ribbon on your projects:
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1. Add a bow: An elaborate bow or a ‘cheat’ bow - a knot in a piece of twine/ribbon which is then stuck on with a glue dot. Trim the edges for a bit of elegance.
2. Anchor a journaling block: The ribbon can go underneath the journaling block or stop at the sides making it look as though the ribbon is holding it in place. Add a couple of brads to finish it.
3. Attach to a ribbon slide: Hold a ribbon slide in place in a similar way to the journaling block
4. Add a border for a page: - horizontally, vertically or both.
5. Make stems for flowers
6. Make a tab holder: Accent a photo with an oddment of ribbon and a brad. Not all ribbon is used by the yard or that should read the ‘foot’ as on a 12 x 12 layout! ‘Hold’ a journaling block in place with a tab, again made from an oddment of ribbon. Or make a handle to pull out a hidden journaling tag.
7. Add ‘leaves’ to a flower or a tail to an accent like this Brad Buddy
8. Decorate a photo mat: This photo has been placed on a large mount and the extra space is wrapped with ribbon to which star brads have been added.
9. Give your photograph a ribbon treatment: Note the pretty lace ‘hanging’ at the right of the photo hiding/disguising the empty space and at the same time framing the photograph
10. Add a ‘word’ ribbon: even on a male layout! There are many examples available in various scrapbooking ranges, or you can stamp your own.