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3 projects using my lace and ribbon weaving technique - tutorial featured in Dec. 2010 issue of Papers and Pixels
3 projects using my lace and ribbon weaving technique - tutorial featured in Dec. 2010 issue of Papers and Pixels

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Published by: mlecuyer on Dec 15, 2010
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December 15, 2010MARY LECUYER; mklecuyer@hotmail.comhttp://www.doggandponyshow.blogspot.com
(feel free to email me if you have any Qs or comments)
All products used are Stampin’ Up! unless otherwise noted 
Crumb cake cardstock
Bashful blue textured cardstock
Candy Cane designer paper
Real Red or cherry cobbler inkpad
Soft suede inkpad (distress the scallop frameand card with this, or other color if you want)
Real red 1/8” taffeta ribbon
Victoria crochet trim lace
Frame oval scallop diecut
Candy cane designer fabric (since you will only need asmall strip of it, if you don’t have it, you can use othermatching ribbon or the lace trim)
Dimensionals and mini-glue dots
Scallop trim corner punch
Handheld punch 1/16” circle
Tiny tags stamp set and punch
Pearls; clips
Plastic clear acrylic thread/“invisible” thread (non-Stampin’ Up)
Sewing machine (you only need to be able to do a “running” stitch)Please use the following pictures to make this card project #1 with the 6” x 6” square you madeusing the lace and ribbon weaving technique.
Trace the oval from the frame scallop oval diecut on the back of the square. Prepare card as shown.Draw a line approximately 1/8” from the line you just traced and carefully cut the oval on this line.
Using the sewing machine with clear acrylic “invisible”thread in the top, stitch on the front side of the laceand ribbon oval.This picture is of the back side of the oval – you cansee where I stitched since I used red thread in the bottombobbin of my machine.Using this stitched oval, trace around it to draw a faintline on your card where you want to adherethe lace and ribbon oval.Use soft suede to distress the edges of the scallopoval frame and edges of the card.Prepare the scallop frame by tying little bits of lace,ribbon, fabric onto it, and punching the little holes.Make up 3 tiny tags and punch out, slip them onto a clip,and then onto the scallop oval. I only stamped the top tag.Also, adhere the lace and ribbon oval to the card withmini-glue dots where you marked it.

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