Tuesday, September 25, 2012

My Creative Time ~ Show Me Your Technique Tuesday!

Hi Paper Lovers!

Today is "Show Me Your Technique" Tuesday at My Creative Time!  It's also a Hop!  Now don't panic, it's only three of us from the Design Team.  So it should be fairly quick for you to hop through, hopefully learning something along the way!  You should have arrived here from Miss Leanne, if not please head over to see her first.  I know she is going to show you something fantastic!

My technique I'm going to share with you is how to make flat seam binding ribbon (like mine in my boutique) crinkled, and how I tie my bows for my cards!

 


Recipe:
My Creative Time ~ From Our Family To Yours Stamp Set, Echo Park Very Merry Christmas paper pad, Stitched Oval die
Liz's Paper Loft Boutique ~ Seam Binding Ribbon, .05mm red hemp. Square Faceted Button
Papertrey Ink Kraft paper, doily, stickles, ink
 
Your next stop is Miss Micia!  I can't wait to see what she had in store!!!

Enjoy!

39 comments :

Shar said...

You are too clever, Liz! Love this easy way of crinkling to make it look vintage. And your card turned out beautifully. Thanks for showing us how easy it is to achieve this look! :)

Kristi said...

What an idea! Thanks for sharing.

Scrapper28.aka.Deb said...

Liz that is so effective! I love it! As per our previous chats, I will be placing an order with your wonderful Boutique just as soon as funds allow...
Thanks for sharing!
Deb. xo
mattdeb(dot)mccleary(at)bigpond(dot)com
http://debsobsession.blogspot.com.au

VICTORIA said...

Wow TFS Liz I loved your technique!!!! :)

Crafting Katie said...

Liz, what an awesome video! Okay, I was misting and scrunching BEFORE making a bow. I think your technique works much better. I also love how you made the double looped bow! I had no idea how to do that! Gorgeous final card too!

Lisa said...

What a great technique, love the look, it just goes to show that you don't always have to have straight perfect ribbon for a pretty look. I love the look of the seam binding. Your card is beautiful.

Lisa said...

What a great technique, love the look, it just goes to show that you don't always have to have straight perfect ribbon for a pretty look. I love the look of the seam binding. Your card is beautiful.

Kate said...

Great Technique. Love how the ribbon turned out.

snappy scrappy said...

Great technique, fab card!! Lee-Ann :)

Kat's Kreative Corner said...

Love the technique and your card turned out beautifully!

Happy Crafting,
Kat

jessica said...

This is beautiful!!! Love the technique :)
TFS

Kim H said...

Liz ~ WOW! LOVE this technique!!! I usually bought mine already crinckled but I wish I didn't ~ I would have loved to control the crinckle part and the other is because I LOVE the colors that you offer! Oh you showed me how to tie a ribbon like that too! TU! I LOVED the video! Okay that card is simply GORGEOUS! The papers and the details ~ Oh my! I want that card! So ELEGANT looking! Great technique!

Leanne said...

OMG! I have been dying to get some of this seam binding! Can you believe I'm the only one probably in the paper crafting world that doesn't own any sniff, sniff!!! BUT when I do I'm so glad you put this tutorial up because I'll know how to crinkle it!!! Loved your video! Hugs, Leanne

Leanne said...

Eeek I got so excited about the video I forgot to tell you how gorgeous your card is!!! LOVE IT!!! Hugs, Leanne

LindaV said...

Really...I always crinkled first and then tied the bow. Learn something new everyday! Thank you for the tutorial.

Ruthie @ SeptemberNinth said...

I heart crinkle ribbon! I love your super fast crinkle technique! Your card is gorgeous.

Ruthie :)

Jeanne said...

Thanks for the tip of using the heat gun to speed up the drying time! I can't wait to try this! :) And what a beautiful card!

quilt4fun2 said...

Your card is beautiful with your crinkled ribbon and beautiful bow. I like your double bow technique...thanks for showing it. Great job!
quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

CarolynG said...

Lovely card! Thanks for the technique video!! Awesome!

Shelly said...

What a GORGEOUS card! Thank you for sharing this tip - it's awesome!
Hope you have a GREAT day!
Shelly

Brenda said...

This is a very clever technique for creating a crinkly bow...love it.

Nancy said...

Thanks for the tip of making the bow before misting the seam binding. Nice technique and a lovely card.

SherriB said...

Great technique and I think your card is so pretty!

Nancy said...

Love your card Liz!!! And of course your technique was awesome!!!! Great job! hugs

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Wow!!! great technique. TFS

Cindy said...

GREAT technique and your card is BEAUTIFUL Liz!Have a great evening!:)

Danielle Lee said...

Awesome technique and great video. Your card is beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing.

Angela Crafty Spot said...

Great card and technique! Thanks for sharing.
Angela
http://angelascraftyspot.blogspot.com/

Hawks Nest Hobbies said...

Love it! Thank you for the video great tips!

Debbie

Cassandra said...

Great video Liz! I'm impatient too...hate waiting for it to dry...lol! ;) Your card turned out super pretty!

Brenda said...

this card is awesome!! love this technique!! can't wait to try it! thanks

HappiExpressions-Carol said...

Very pretty card and great technique.

Suzanne said...

Hi Liz!
BEAUTIFUL CARD! And thank you for sharing your GREAT technique! Your technique is really going to help me with my bows :) Have a WONDERFUL DAY! ;)

Suzanne
suzwatanabe@yahoo.com

Patty said...

Love your card! Great technique...nice alternative to that perfect little bow that never turns out perfect!!

Mommy25 said...

Thanks i was wondering how to do that without buying crinkle ribbon.

surfnfroggie said...

Thanks for sharing this technique, it will go perfect with my vintage flowers I am making!

Crafty Moni said...

Thanks for sharing your technique with us Liz, Im so going to have to try that out:) I loved your card!

Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
Monica L.

Glora said...

Thanks for sharing how you do this. It really helped out to see it in the video. Beautiful job! Hugs- Glora

Brenda said...

Oh thanks for showing us how to do this! I was wondering how everyone was getting their double looped bows! Thanks for doing a video!!