Stamping on Ribbon


Well today`s offerings is another simple technique yet effective on stamping on Organza Ribbon – I thought about this workshop as I did a sample using the Christmas stamps and was going to use this as the finished piece – but I can`t find it so I have done a simple similar one – sometimes you just need a quick card and this fits the bill

The card is really all about the colours toning with the ribbon and the stamps image for a quick , classy feel

1. First take your wide Organza ribbon – and the stamp you have chosen – you`ll need a Staz-on ink pad

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2. Stamp the image probably 3 times onto the ribbon

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3. When doing the stamping as it`s Organza ribbon the ink will go through – so make sure you move the ribbon each time you stamp to a clean piece of card  , although it`s staz on ink it doesn`t dry quick enough to do the whole ribbon all in one ( guess who found that out !!!)

Below is how much of the ink comes through  

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4. Now take your card you are going to mount the ribbon onto and place double sided tape in the top left hand side and the bottom right hand side

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5. Once your ribbon is dry place it at the two opposite corners at the points where my fingers are and the scissors – this is because there is a bias to the ribbon and it lays best in this direction

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6. Secure on edge of the ribbon to one corner – pull the other end of the ribbon firmly to the other edge and wrap round and secure on the double sided tape

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7. You will then be left with a piece of ribbon that folds upwards so just trim your ribbon to a cm`s width and then fold the poking out piece back on it`s self and tape down with cellotape

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8. Mount your ribbon mounted card onto a matching base card

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9. Then add a sentiment to finish the card, this is just a Merry Christmas typed into word and changed the font – then aged the plain piece of card with `old paper` Tim Holtz distressed ink pad  – it`s mounted onto more green card and edged with a very fine line of Sakura gold pentouch

You can decorate it more but I like the simple look

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This technique works well with words or a sentiment you want add to a card – like below

It`s just a fun way to play with colours and textures – thanks for sharing in today`s workshop

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Thanks Suzanne

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7 thoughts on “Stamping on Ribbon

  1. I would never have thought of stamping on ribbon until I saw you do it, its brilliant he he 🙂 Guess I will be buying wider ribbons now hehe 🙂 Jenny M x

  2. Hi – thanks for all the loevly comments

    Sylvia Y the font used is
    BDRenaissance – it was pinted on white and then I wiped Tim Holtz`s `Old Paper across it – for an aged look

    I hope this is a starndard one or your computer – if not maybe I could type whatever you need off and send it to you
    Take care
    Suzanne

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