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Saturday, December 29, 2012

"Pretty-ing Up" your seam binding, tutorial!

Hello! I hope all is well!

I have a tutorial to share with you guys today on behalf of 

Today I'm sharing how to dye, stain, wrinkle and tie a multi-loop bow
with Wild Orchid Crafts seam binding! 
I also added a small bonus tip in my video for small cute little bows!
There is a list of WOC seam binding I used with 
links at the end of this post!

I have had requests to show how I tie my multi loop bow!
Like here in this picture.


This is from my Pink Smash Book re-do!
You can see the whole project by clicking HERE with a video tutorial!


So here is my video tutorial, enjoy!




These are the ribbons I used:
(*These inks will stain your hands. Make sure you wash your 
hands well between using different colors!!!*)

Here's how they turned out:





This is the blue one I did in the video...



I've loved these ribbons but not always had the time to make them, in which case I buy them. If you have a project that you are using a certain color on and want that ribbon to match it, this is the way to go!!

1~White Seam Binding
2~Moss Green Seam Binding
3~Antique Gold Seam Binding

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Other products I used:
1~Tim Holtz distress inks:
"Ocean Blue"
"Mowed Lawn"
"Tea Dye"
"Picked Raspberries"
"Barn Door"
"Gathered Twigs"

Have a fabulously blessed day!



 

10 comments:

  1. I always love your tutorials. You always show in detail how to do the project and it makes it so much easier for me to replicate. Love your seam binding distressing and tying ideas. Thanks for taking the time to share your talent.
    Cindy

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    1. aww...Cindy, that means so much! I am so glad that it helped you! Have fun making your own ribbon:) Hugs, Jules:)

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  2. Thanks for this lovely tutorial.
    Beautiful.
    Hugs Astrid

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    1. Hello Astrid! Thanks so much! Hugs back, Jules:)

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  3. I am so glad you made this tutorial. I never used this ribbon before because I thought it was too hard to create. You make it look so easy. Thank you! ~ Jo Ann

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    1. Hey Jo Ann! I appreciate that you stopped in and taking a peek:) This was a pleasure to make for you guys! :) Have a great day and have fun with the ribbon! Jules

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  4. Jules, just got around to watching this great video. Thanks for sharing this. I was wondering how to make the seam binding scrunchy and thanks to you, now I know!!!!!

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    1. aww, thank you Kathie! I'm so glad you liked it and can use the tut. One of my favorite things to do!! Have an awesomely crafty day girl!! xo, Jules:)

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