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Friday, January 20, 2012

Step- by Step Tutorial by Wendy

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Hello and Happy Friday! 

I hope you have been enjoying these tutorials by our wonderful design team. It's always so fun to come into work and see what technique/ card they have planned out. I'm constantly in awe of how creative each of DT members are! 

Today our tutorial comes from Wendy Elliot. I know that some of you have had the great privilege of taking a class from Wendy in the past. While we have put the class program on hold at this time, it doesn't mean you have to miss out on the teachings from Wendy! Below you'll see a great ribbon technique that will add lots of dimension to your cards and projects. 
Let's get started, shall we? 



 DeNami Design Shopping List:  

Other Supplies:
circle die or punch/ die cut machine
foam tape
markers
Score Board (optional)
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Wasn't this a fun picture tutorial? I know a lot of you have wondered how to do this ribbon technique- a big thank you to Wendy for putting this together! 

If you find yourself with extra time, we would LOVE for you to join us in the DeNami Theme Challenge #9. Basically, if you have ANY DeNami stamp, you can join in on this one! 

I will see you back here on Monday with a new card. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

6 comments:

Emily Keaton said...

Oh, this project is fabulous!! Thanks for the great tutorial and ideas, Wendy. Your box is SO cute!!!

AShu93 said...

Great tutorial! And I like the pics...don't have time to watch a lot of videos.

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

Awesome project! Love the pictorial! ;o)

Dana said...

I just love this project Wendy! Thanks for the great tutorial!

Andrea M said...

Awesome tutorial Wendy!!! Love that rosette effect with the ribbon!

Tina M said...

These tutorials are awesome...great job Wendy! Love this little project

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