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Easy Tip to Add Ribbon to a Handmade Card

Stampin-up-new-in-color-ribbon-tipToday's project features a peek at some of the new products from the 2015-2016 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog with a an easy tip for adding ribbon to your handmade cards.

Ribbon really adds a pretty touch to cards but bows and knots can make mailing difficult.  In this video tutorial, you'll see how to add the most luxurious of your ribbons without adding bulk.

Watch the video tutorial below or HERE on You Tube.  I'll give you some details on the new product used...can't wait for the new catalog to go LIVE on June 2nd.

Here's a look at the current product below...

  • For ease in cutting, place a piece of wax paper (from your kitchen!) between the thinlit and the card stock when cutting with your Big Shot. 
  • To attach the "hello" die cut, place the die cut face down on a non-stick surface (I use a Ranger Craft Sheet).  Apply SNAIL adhesive across the back of the die cut.  Lift and adhere. Excess SNAIL will wipe up easily.
  • The new Stampin' Up! Catalogs debuts next week! Customers who have placed an order from me in the last six months will receive one FREE soon!  If you plan on purchasing Stampin' Up! from me and would like a catalog, call me at 409-719-2853!
Thank you for joining me for today's ribbon tip video tutorial for your handmade cards ...give it a try!


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