Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Tuesday's {Tip} Video Tutorial, Tying Crinkle Ribbon Bows

Last week I shared how I make crinkle ribbon. If you missed that post, please click here. Several of you then asked to see how I tie my bows. So, here is a quick video on how I do that.

TyingCrinkleRibbonVideo from Patter Cross on Vimeo.

And here is the bow on a card I created this morning. You can see the entire card by clicking here.

Memory Box Papers: Pool cs, Brioche 6x6 paper pack
Dies: Memory Box Pristine Border die, Poppystamps Lorelai Leaf die
Stamps: Memory Box Joy Outline A1379
Stamp Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink peacock feathers
Embellishments: hand-dyed Hug Snug seam binding, Mister Huey's bonny blue mist, Paper Trey Ink button, May Arts twine, Hobby Lobby doily, misc. ticket, sewing machine

I hope you find this helpful, and feel free to ask questions in the comment section. Blessings,


Anonymous said...

Dear Patter,
Thank you very much for your enjoyable and informative video. Having read your blog extensively, I enjoyed hearing your voice & seeing your face. Also, watching you make the bow was easier to imitate than simply reading about it (deep spiritual truth there). Besides papercrafting, I hope to put prettier bows on some packages, baskets, and altered clipboards soon. Thank you again---Jennifer in Ohio

Unknown said...

Thank you for taking a few minutes to shot this video! I can't wait to try it!

Teri said...

Thank you so much for the video on tying the crinkle ribbon. It was very helpful and I wasn't sure how to get it so full looking.

TLady said...

THANKS for showing us how you do your bows Patter! SOMETIMES just seeing others do it, makes it simpler for us!:) AND your card is VERY PRETTY!!!! (I took a look!) :) THANKS!!!!!!! :)

Anne-Marie said...

Thankyou Patter for making this video which you did well. It was nice to see you in person.
I really like the bows you make. I need to see if I can get that tape/ribbon here in Australia.

Angie A. said...

Thanks Patter!

Enjoyed your class at Stamper's Alley last week and look forward to your next. Much appreciate the video...though my bow still looks a little rough..I will keep practicing :)

angie ares

joetterer said...

great little tute! now i can try those cute bows that i've been seeing on projects. thanks

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