This cute little display is slotted for an upcoming workshop. Actually, I challenged myself to make multiple items with the same products and tools and had a great time pulling it together! Just goes to show you how versatile that Stampin’ Up! products really are.
I am going to share one tip with our blog readers – how did I make that ribbon on the card. Well, since my ribbons are already packed and awaiting next week’s move to the new studio/classroom, I had to get creative! I took a strip of the black cardstock and dampened it with water on both sides and then took my fingers and curled it and left it overnight to dry. I applied adhesive on the back side, placed it on the card and trimmed the ends. Much to my surprise, I really liked how it turned out!
Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
Paper: Basic Black, Daffodil Delight CS
Ink: Going Gray, Chocolate Chip
Other: Big Shot, Top Note Die, Spider Web Embossing Folder, Square Lattice Embossing Folder, 1-3/4″ Circle Punch, Bat Punch, Chocolate Chip Marker, Signo Gel Pen, Sponge, Glue Dots, Cellophane Bag, Hemp Twine, Staple, Candy