5 Petal Flower & Punch
World Card Making Day - special event!

A cool tip for the 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon

Oh I just LOVE it when I figure something out... {grin} .. I used our 3/4" Square Punch to punch a small "slit" in the fold of my card so I could feed the 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon through it and tie it around the card!!  Hee hee... don't ya love it!?   Sorry.. you can't see the whole card yet since it's one of the cards we are doing this Monday/Tuesday in my Brocade Background Paper class. I'll post the finished projects on Tuesday night or on Wednesday.






maggie fellow

this is very cool! so helpful - thanks for sharing


Great tip! Gotta try this one!


Patty, you are sooo smart! Why is this my first visit to your blog. I need to put you on my blog roll!


What a great idea! I hadn't thought of that myself. TFS


Great idea, thanks for sharing.

Juanita Golson

Thank you so much for this tip, Patty. I just saw a card in the Stamper's Gallery and wondered how you could get the ribbon around the front of the card. Then I go to my e-mail and your tip was right there.

Beth Grace

Great idea...thanks for sharing!


Brilliant! TFS, Mel

Bonnie W

Beauty and brains too...you got it all girl!!! Thanks for the tip!


This is just too cool!!!---TFS!!


What a great idea! Your so talented!
P.s. Cant wait to see that card :)

Barb T(Scs btexpress)

Waht a great idea. I just subscribed to your blog and I love it. TFS Barb

Pamela Knox

Perfect! Thanks for the tip.


Patty Great tip..Do you have a video on this one????? You are truly a card and craft engineer:)

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