Ribbon Favorites






Hey there! It’s the weekend, but better yet I have a great ribbon favorite to share with you all. Nichole asked some of the DT and myself to share our favorite ribbon technique. Well, I was stumped for a few days, but finally decided on sharing how I like to layer my ribbons. Sometimes, I double ribbons and have two bows, while other times I may have a flat ribbon and a ruffled ribbon. Here, I decided to share double ruffled ribbon so you can see how I bunch the ribbon and create a wider ribbon effect. I even made a quick video on my ribbon ruffling technique.

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the team’s ribbon favorites:

Betsy Veldman

Dawn McVey
Heather Nichols
Michelle Wooderson
Lisa Johnson

Thanks so much for stopping by and watching the video. Have a great weekend!

Instructions

  1. Trim white cardstock and stamp argyle pattern.
  2. Add two layers of ruffled ribbon.
  3. Stamp sentiment; once in berry sorbet ink, then again slightly off in brown ink.
  4. Adhere argyle stamped paper to summer sunrise cardstock.
  5. Add to a dark chocolate A2 card base.

Tips & Tricks

View video from YouTube here.

Supplies

*All supplies may be purchased at Papertrey Ink, unless otherwise noted.

Stamps :: a little argyle, for the graduate
Ink :: berry sorbet, summer sunrise; Stampin’ Up! – brown (PTI – dark chocolate ink may be used instead)
Cardstock :: stamper’s select white, dark chocolate, summer sunrise
Embellishments :: berry sorbet satin ribbon
Tools :: scor-tape

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  • Mona L. Pendleton - What a fun card Ashley! Love the bright, cheerful colors & that ribbon treatment is amazing! πŸ™‚ TFSReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - WOW! Love what you did with the ribbon! GREAT card!!ReplyCancel

  • Keva - Whoa. That ribbon totally steals the show. It is simply fantastic!ReplyCancel

  • Dee - Beautiful! And thanks for the video too, I thought it would be so hard to do that but you showed how easy a technique it really is. πŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Heather P. - This is sooooooo pretty!!ReplyCancel

  • clouds shadler - ooh, such a cute fun card! lovely! Thanks for the tut, it was very helpful and insightful, it would have never crossed my mind to do two strips of ruffled ribbon! so fab! Where did you purchase the score tape you used in this video?

    Hugs
    Clouds πŸ˜€ReplyCancel

  • Rachel D - Oh my word, this is fantastic! A cascade of ribbon goodness. Thanks for the video. This is my favorite technique from the (talented!) PTI ladies.ReplyCancel

  • sarahmartina - Great job, Ash! I *love* a ruffled ribbon! πŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Nancy - The ruffled ribbon is a lovely look. I've not yet tried it, so your video was great to see.ReplyCancel

  • Ros - Very Clever – thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Smita - I loved the technique. So glad that you did a video.. i've been zapped by your pretty ribbon techniques πŸ™‚

    Thank you.

    Hugs from India,
    SmitaReplyCancel

  • Lisa V. - Ashley, thank you for the great video. I will have to try this. Your work is always beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Aimes - Oooh thanks for the super tutorial – I'm gonna have to try this if I can spare the ribbon LOL!
    Loving your sentiment on your card, so clever to stamp in two different colours!
    xReplyCancel

  • Laurel - I can not begin to tell you how much I appreciate your technique and video. I can not tie a ribbon to save my life but always want the option of incorporating a ribbon into my project if I could. This is perfect. Thanks for doing the technique video. I also love the double stamped sentiment. Very clever!ReplyCancel

  • ferrellgraph-x - I am so inspired, thank you for teaching us a new technique. LOVE IT!ReplyCancel

  • wendyp - What a fun technique and SO pretty!!!ReplyCancel

  • Donna - I so enjoyed your video, Ashley. This technique is one I've never tried, & since I do not use a sewing machine, I'm sure I'll try it. The card turned out beautiful, as your work always does. Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - Friend, it seems to me that you have mastered the art of ribbon-ry (if there's such word). Love the colors πŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Deborah Young - Yummy, Ashley! So gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • C Stephens - Wonderful card! Thanks for showing us the great ruffle technique. I am going to play with that one today.ReplyCancel

  • *LittleMissT* - Great technique, thanks for showcasing Ashley! I have done the ruffling before but never thought to do two layers. Thanks for the inspiration!!ReplyCancel

  • Sally - And here I was using liquid adhesive, making a mess and getting frustrated when I make ruffles.You make everything look so easy peasy. Beautiful card!ReplyCancel

  • susanwinslett - This is just gorgeous! Cannot wait to try it myself!ReplyCancel

  • Pat - I love your ribbon technique! Does the scor tape hold it secure if you mail it? I have not tried the score tape.ReplyCancel

  • havingfunwithpaper - Can;t go wrong with ribbon! Love this simple card!ReplyCancel

  • Laural-Lee - This is fantastic Ashley! I always like your ribbon treatments and thanks so much for the tutorial. I definitely need to try this out.ReplyCancel

  • Erica - What a lovely technique. I can see it taking off.ReplyCancel

  • Gloria Westerman - This is awesome….I will be trying this for sure….thank you for your tutorial…..great instruction and great inspiration……thank you again…ReplyCancel

  • Carol's Ink Spot - Just finished watching your tutorial on ruffling the ribbon. Excellent! Love the effect it gives to a project. Your card is gorgeous with the double row of ruffled ribbons. Thank you for sharing this.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly S. - I had no idea how "easy" that is…I thought from the look of your cards that you sewed and pleated, yay! I can't wait to try this, thanks soooo much for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - What a cool technique! Thanks for sharing your video!ReplyCancel

  • JenMarie - THANK YOU! Love this, just tried it out!!ReplyCancel

  • Roxanne M - Thanks for sharing. A very neat idea. I will definitely try it out.ReplyCancel

  • kim.mom - LOVE LOVE LOVE that technique!!ReplyCancel

  • CCC - What a great technique! Thanks for sharing. Loved the video. I will use it for my next card swap.ReplyCancel

  • WJ - What a neat way to add ribbon! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Jen - one of my favorite ways to ruffle…and i love the double layer!!:) great video girl!!ReplyCancel

  • Polly - Thanks for the tutorial..I will definitely be trying this with my ribbon.ReplyCancel

  • Julie - Thanks for the video, Ashley! Thanks to you I gave this a shot and love it! Hope you guys are doing well! πŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Tiffany - So fun! Love the frilly ribbon and colors!ReplyCancel

  • Danisha - So love the look of this, will definately be doing this!!! Beautiful card, but I alway love your designs.

    Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Diane Jaquay - The ribbon ruffles look FABULOUS! Thanks for sharing your technique on the video πŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Savitri - Great stamping and fun ruffles. I do one layer but the two layers look really fun! Maybe I'll go three ha ha… sweet vid!!ReplyCancel

  • Laurel - Just wanted you to know I tried out your technique on today's card! Thanks so much for the video tutorial. I referred to it frequently!ReplyCancel

  • Mariah - What a great technique! Thanks for the video…I am definitely going to try this!ReplyCancel

  • Karen D - I had never seen ruffled ribbon before, especially in two layers as you have shown! SO AMAZING. I never would have assumed you could do that with tape! Woo Hoo! That just rocks! Thanks for the wonderful video with tips thrown in! Great study break!ReplyCancel

  • Gigi's World - Great tutorial; can't wait to try the technique out today.ReplyCancel

  • Simone P. - Love this Ashley! Thanks so much for the video!ReplyCancel

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