Many of you asked about Ann's convention swap. She changed it up a bit from this card. Why? Because when you have to make several, the big Shot is the way to go. it's much easier than punching. She traded the Lace Ribbon Border Punch as she made in this card for the scallops on the Tasteful Trim Bigz XL Die.
You can see the original card & learn how she made it in its video here. Making those focal points is a different type of punch art.
It sure did make it easier using the Sizzix Big Shot! She left here last Tuesday morning with all the parts cut & worked on it here & there until she got all 36 finished.
Ann's a lightweight when it comes to mass stamping. She prefers to make a couple cards & then create another couple cards – chatting the whole time. A few years ago, I started guarding those old cards, but if you're here on Saturday, August 13th, for the Rubbah Garage Sale, you may be able to pick a few up a few things.
It's a grrrrreat time to be the blog dog of a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.
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I sure do. It’s a separate video in our Video Gallery. The Two Tone Bow. I believe that it’s in the BAM videos because it’s so short.
I was very intrigued by these cards and love the video you have done. I was wondering though, if you could explain how you tied the ribbon. I know how to tie the knot but how do you get that second ribbon in there. Do you happen to have a video that shows this?