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Wilted Ribbon Flower Tutorial Video

it's here!  But before I show you, I've got to ask you – should I have the cover picture be like it is?  Or should I change it to be the picture that shows the yellow flower with just "StamperDog.com Presents"? 

Ah, the decisions of the director!

So here is the video you've asked for.  Hope you like it!  Let Ann know if you need some Satin Ribbon!

 

You'll find the video tutorial to learn the Double Embossed Background featured on the card in this post.

It's a great time to be the blog dog of a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

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11 Comments

  1. Thanks for posting this fabulous tutorial! I will be trying this soon!
    Kindest regards,
    Jennifer Ferrell

  2. I made a couple roses from your tutorial and now I have to go shopping for some more ribbon colours! I love this technique!!!
    Thank you sooo much for sharing! 🙂

  3. Just wanted to share with you my card that I made after watching your wilted rose video.

    I love the way these ribbon roses turn out! Thanks so much for sharing how to make them.

  4. Thank you for sharing your technique on this video! Emily sent me here from the MFP blog hop and I am so happy she did! These are awesome and I can’t wait to try making some for my cards now.
    Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  5. I forgot to give you my opinion on which picture I like best. While the picture showing you cutting the ribbon really does give a good example of how far in to make your cut, I think I like the one with the yellow flower the best. It shows how pretty the flower is and I think someone would want to make one after seeing the photo of it.

  6. Ann and Stamper, I really like this technique. Thanks so much for sharing. I’m going to give this a try.

  7. I am SO gonna try this. Thanks for sharing!!!

  8. Thanks Ann & Stamper for the wonderful tutorial! I can’t wait for the weekend to play!
    Have a good one!

  9. Ann, thank you so much for your video instructions. I can’t wait to try this. The flowers look so neat!

  10. Ann…THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH for this video!!! I have been wanting to make these flowers forever!! Now that I have watched your FABULOUS video I can!!! I love that the leaves are from the punch too!!! AWESOME!!! Thanks again!!

  11. Thanks for sharing this.

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