Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Satin Pleated Ribbon

Hello, Windy here today:) One of my favorite things to do is to dress up holiday packages and cards with beautiful satin ribbon. Here is a simple pleated ribbon technique that can be used to dress up your holiday creations.
To create pleated ribbon:
Really. Its just that simple! The trick is not to sweat the consistency of your pleats. When using satin ribbon, a randomly placed pleat can look just as gorgeous as a meticulously spaced one. Here is an example of how I used the same pleating technique on a different project.
Thru the Woods, Tis the Season, Yorkshire Pudding patterned paper (Joyful Peace collection); kraft, tulle and ribbon (Micheals Stores Inc.); punch (EK Success), felt flower (K& Co.), bauble (Making Memories); adhesive line (Glue Dots Continuous Line)
What project could you add satin pleated ribbon to, to help dress it up?

8 comments:

annieambriel said...

they are a darling, the pleated ribbons.. and what a great idea to complement with the netting ribbon tie.. making it looks so elegantly gorgeous :)

Kathy Martin said...

Beautiful tussie mussy and card! Gorgeous ribbon work!

Stella said...

This is the kind of tutorial that I LOVE! Thanks for sharing; what a fabulous idea!

Ami Armbruster said...

absolutely beautiful!!

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

amazing creations! I love how you share how to do the pleating to get the perfect effect and not having to worry about messy glue. Thank you1

Justine said...

I am completely inspired by your beautiful project and card, they are so feminine and I adore the color combo. Tulle is one of my favs to play into a project

PawwPadd said...

Hi Windy,
Thank you for your kind words. I haven't as of yet received my blog candy but I wait in anticipation! I want to say that your work is truely inspiring and thanks so much for sharing it. I'll be back to visit soon.
Bethann aka PawwPadd

www.pawwpadd-caseyspitterpatterchatter.blogspot.com

Nancy Keller said...

Windy I just love that tulle! You are truly my inspiration. :) I have left you a link and a little blog award at my place. I hope that you will stop by and grab it. . . thanks for being my on-liney friend! Hugs!
Nancy
brujahrose.blogspot.com