I promised that I'd share the other ribbon technique I taught in my class last week; so here it is! This one's called the Rolled Ribbon Roses technique, and my friend Dawn has awesome instructions HERE on the Flourishes blog.
Here's a close up of the flower:
There are a couple of other techniques on my card that might be of interest to you. The frame for the lattice was created by layering two Spellbinders Labels Four dies inside each other, and running them through the Grand Calibur machine together. Then the lattice itself is made by layering 1/2" strips behind the frame and attaching it to the card front (which also has been cut out with the Labels Four die). I should mention that I embossed the front layer of the card using a pretty embossing folder, and then cut out the center. After the lattice was attached, I adhered the whole thing to my card base. On mine, I added a pretty piece of patterned paper to the card base before I attached the lattice. It adds a pretty pop of color, don't you think? The leaves, flowers, and patterned paper are from SU. The red satin ribbon is from PTI. The lattice technique was a recent Splitcoaststampers challenge; so you can find great instructions and lots of samples right HERE.
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