It is no secret that I love ribbon and I super love Crinkle Ribbon. I have played a lot with different ways to color ribbon. Last week I shared how to color only the center part of a bow. After sharing that bow, I wondered about how it would look to use the same technique to color the loops while leaving the center white. I used that bow yesterday on my anniversary tag and am sharing the tutorial of how to create it today. [Read more…]
Yesterday I a tag tutorial that featured ribbon with a really cool coloring effect. I wanted to share the coloring technique separately so that it didn’t get lost in yesterday’s really long post. This coloring technique is so easy to do and adds so much wow! [Read more…]
If you know me, you know I love ribbon and I especially LOVE Tim Holtz Crinkle Ribbon. I call products like Crinkle Ribbon “Blank Canvases” because they are so easy to make them any color I want. I don’t need to buy ribbon in every color when I can color it so easily with dyes, inks, and paints that I have in my crafty stash. Crinkle ribbon is my go-to ribbon for just that reason! [Read more…]
I love adding bows to my projects. My favorites are bows made from Tim Holtz Crinkle Ribbon that I have dyed. Crinkle Ribbon is so easy to color using inks, stains, and mists. Lately I have taught students in my store classes how I make my bows by wrapping my ribbon around my fingers. I have wondered if I could create a tool though that would make it a little easier… today I am sharing what I came up with you and showing you how to use it to create a fluffy bow!