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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Ribbon Roses, the how to!

The ribbon roses are so pretty and so easy to make that you too can stun your friends with these pretty creations.  I taped a video last night on how to make these.  My 3 month old was up and in her little bouncy chair right next to my table and she thought I was talking to her so hopefully you can understand everything I say with her talking in the background. 

Supplies used in the video.

Pacific Point Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Certainly Celery Twill (SAB bundle), and Glue Dots

Have a Stamperific Day!

Kirsten Brown

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23 comments:

Robin McK said...

Thanks so mcuh for the video! Soo cute!

Twila said...

You did a great job on the video. Very easy to understand! SOunds like your little girl was giving you pointers. Have a great day!

Nat said...

Wow! That makes it look so easy! I definitely want to try it now... And the baby talk in the background is cute too!

June said...

Thank you for providing this tutorial - you did a super job and the instructions were very easy to understand!

Connie said...

Awesome! Thanks for sharing...and your little girl was so cute helping you in the background!

Bridget Larsen said...

thanks for this, Your 3 month old is so cute and very vocal for a 3 month old. Wish you had a little show of her as well so we can put the gurgle to the face LOL

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

WOW! That was a great tutorial. I forgot how to make those, even though, I made them as a kid! Your daughter was like backgound music, nice and soothing!

Kay said...

Thanks so much for the video. I'm so glad that you figured it out for us and gave us a visual!!!! HUgs Kay

Destiny said...

Kirsten, thanks so much for posting the tutorial. I am going to love making these. And I LOVED listening to your little baby in the background. Made me realize that you are such a good mother because your little one is so happy!

Rosie said...

Hi Kristen,
I posted your blog address tonight on my blog because I love your video... my ribbon rose turned out soooooooo cute because of your video! Thanks so much for sharing your talent!
=) Rose
http://loverosiesworld.blogspot.com/
ps I emailed a link to my whole Funstampers group too!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial. Loved the background 'noise'...too sweet! :-)

Daisydaze said...

Great tutorial...the roses are very pretty. I loved the background music :-) Annie

Nicole said...

Fabulous! Thanks so much for the clear tutorial! and the bookmark idea is great :D

Mary R said...

Love your post. You make it look so easy. I will have to give it a try. The background 'noise' made me laugh. TFS

Hugs to the both of you!

abr said...

Wow, thank you so much, great tutorial and so easy to follow. Thanks again for taking the time and sharing.

Billie

Anita Kurtz said...

Fabulous - thank you for the video instructions :)

kathleen said...

Thanks, I learnt how to make these more than 25 years ago but always had a problem tying them off. Not any more.

Dawn (flowergal36) said...

Incredible tutorial. Thanks so much for doing this for us. Great job..

Anonymous said...

I did IT!!! thanks Cindy

Lauretta See ( LadyPou) said...

wow, this is great! Thanks for sharing :) xx

val said...

thank you for this tutorial. I'm making a rose ribbon for an Alice in Wonderland apron and it will be perfect! Thanks!

val said...

back to say these are super easy once you do it! Thanks again...my 'painted' roses for my Alice in Wonderland apron came out perfectly!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing, its nice and simple