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Makeover Monday- Faux Ribbon Technique on a 2016 Father's Day Card

Stampin-up-going-global-ribbon-technique-makeoverToday's makeover project features a faux ribbon technique looks great as an element on masculine themed cards.  With Father's Day 2016 here in the U.S.next month, here's an idea for you to try.

The Stampin' Up! Going Global set and Going Places Designer Series Paper Stack make a great combo for this Father's Day card.  Both are retiring so be sure to get yours while still available! 

Here's the video that inspired this Father's Day card...

 Lisa's Inklings:

  • Save scrap strips of card stock to use for this technique.
  • Glue Dots are also a good adhesive to hold your "ribbon" in place.
  • The Going Global set and Going Places Designer Paper Stack can be found HERE and HERE.

Stampin-up-going-global-ribbon-techniqueSee the supplies for today's project below. 

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Whether you are getting ready for Father's Day 2016, making cards for your favorite guy, or want to use an alternative to ribbon on any card, this faux ribbon technique is easy to create with supplies you have on hand!


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Diane Pasco

Love the idea for faux ribbon. Will be using it on my birthday cards. Thanks for the idea.

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