We R Memory Keepers sold their Sew Ribbon tool on HSN last week, and here are some projects I created for that segment:
This time I used the Sew Ribbon tool on one of the embossed border stickers on this layout, and I threaded some baker’s twine through the sewn ribbon. That’s me on my 38th birthday. Whew. I’m getting old!
For this card, I stitched a ribbon border all the way around. I’ve never done a full border all the way around like that–it was fun!
Both of these used the Good Day Sunshine collection, which is one of my favorites because it is so versatile. Plus I just love the orange and green. Then they went and added the teal and denim–so yummy!
In addition to selling the Sew Ribbon tool, We R Memory Keepers also sold their Lucky 8 punches on HSN again. Here are some projects I created with the Good Day Sunshine line for that segment:
For this layout I punched the white cardstock using both the inner and outer cuts of the floral burst punch, and then I cut the orange cardstock you see behind it using only the outer cut so that the orange would show through the punched flowers. I like the look it creates–pretty cool! That’s a classic Faith photo–just waiting to be served lunch with her feet up on the table. =)
This Easter basket is one of my favorite projects I’ve made with the Lucky 8 punches. I used the inner cut of the doily punch, and the outer cut of the retro scallop punch (you’ve got to punch them in that order if you do this). I punched two 12×12 sheets of cardstock and then scored them horizontally in the center, and vertically almost 3 inches in from each side. I then cut along the middle fold from the sides to the vertical folds, and then fit the two pieces of cardstock together to make a basket. I adhered everything with a glue gun so it would hold well. I used a Sew Ribbon tool to create the border, but instead of sewing with ribbon I used patterned paper. It was fun to make!