Friday, April 20, 2012

Stitchery Prize Ribbon

Hi, everyone!  It's Kelli and today I have a gift tag to share with you!  I used the awesome Stitchery Doo Banners set to make a prize ribbon!  It was actually super easy and when I was looking at the set deciding on what to make, it jumped right out at me!  I used the scalloped circle and the regular circle for the blue part and then the longest banner for the tails.  I pretty much cut everything for the ribbon out by hand besides the tiny black layer peeking out behind the plain circle, that was done with a circle punch.  All the patterned paper is from the Echo Park - Dots & Stripes Candy Shoppe 6x6 paper pad.  The orange and pink background was really simple.  I just cut strips of paper at no specific size and adhered them to a 3 1/2" x 2" piece of printer paper.
For the ties on the tag I decided to punch a hole with a regular hole punch and feed a few colors of coordinating Baker's Twine through it.  I think it adds a nice pop of color.

I hope you'll have fun making your very own customized prize ribbon!  :)
Thanks for stopping by!

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3 comments:

  1. Oh, I love this! Great idea making the prize ribbon that way.

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  2. When I received my stamp set today I immediately thought of making this same thing. GREAT job!! Love this stamp set!!

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