Stamp-a-faire Ribbon Techniques Challenge

By July 21, 2012Stamp-a-faire

Knots-Badge
I hope you had fun warming up with the Morning Make-n-Take!  Now we are going to move onto the fun challenges where you get to start earning those badges and sharing your projects with us!  Feel free to snag the badge image above and add it to your blog post showcasing your projects for this challenge!  First up is the Knots Badge!

One of Papertrey Ink's most popular products is our high-quality ribbons.  Today we have presentations from six team members, demonstrating some fun things to do with each of our six ribbon types!

The-Challenge
Your challenge is to pick one of the ribbon techniques from below and utilize it in a project of your own.  You can re-create an exact replica of the designer's project or reinterpret it in your own way.

Here's a look at what the team has prepared for the Ribbon Techniques Challenge!

Melissa
Here is the video tutorial Melissa created for her technique today.

CLICK HERE to see more from Melissa Phillips using Grosgrain Ribbon.

Michelle
CLICK HERE to see more from Michelle Wooderson using Swiss Dot Ribbon.

Erin
Here is the video tutorial Erin created for her technique today.

CLICK HERE to see more from Erin Lincoln using Twill Tape Ribbon.

Ashley
Here is the video tutorial Ashley created for her technique today.

CLICK HERE to see more from Ashley Cannon Newell using Satin Ribbon.

Dawn
Here is the video tutorial Dawn created for her technique today.

CLICK HERE to see more from Dawn McVey using Stitched Ribbon.

Betsy
Here is the video tutorial Betsy created for her technique today.

CLICK HERE to see more from Betsy Veldman using Bitty Dot Ribbon.

We hope one of these presentations teaches you something new or inspires you to use a ribbon type that you don't reach for as often as others!

The-Guidelines
–Create a project utilizing your take on the Ribbon Technique Challenge. Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and one of the ribbon techniques shared above.

–Post your project on your blog, in your gallery or on any other photo-hosting site (such as photobucket or flickr).

-Add your project to the InLinkz list below.

–You will have until noon EST, Monday, July 23rd, to add your link to the list to be eligible to win. And you can enter as many times as you like.

–One randomly selected winner will be chosen from ALL the entries on Monday,  July 23rd, after noon EST. The winner will be posted on our Monday night Stamp-a-faire winners page at 10pm EST.  The randomly selected winner will get a $25 PTI gift certificate to spend however they like!

Good luck to everyone and we look forward to seeing your projects!

Nichole Heady

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Join the discussion 11 Comments

  • 1
    Kris says:

    This was a great kick-off challenge. I especially enjoyed Erin’s birthday card. I’ll be making that one for my sister’s birthday today. I’ve been inspired again!

  • 2
    sandycu says:

    knot challenged no longer–thanks for the helpful tips Dawn

  • 3
    Barb Ghigliotty says:

    What a great Stamp-a-faire!!! Thank you so much for all the wonderful video tutorials…You girls put so much work into all these projects, and I really appreciate it ~ Thanks again!!!

  • 4
    Kathy Mc says:

    No glass beads for Betsy’s technique? Heat the edges of your flower first and then add a brad, button or rhinestone in the center. Have done this “melting” with organza fabric before so be very careful.

  • 5
    Gretchen Wilson says:

    Bow challenge person no longer. I think I’ll earn this badge now. Thanks for all the ideas. Have also used Betsy’s technique before with organza, but using the heat gun. A little safer, but I’ll have to try the heat gun on ribbon, see if it’ll give it the same effect.

  • 6
    Chris says:

    Can’t wait to watch all the videos on all the different ribbon things.

  • 7
    lainey says:

    I was always ribbon/bow challenged until I watched Dawn’s video on how to tie a ribbon on her blog a long time ago. I’m been tying ribbons with no problem ever since. Thanks again Dawn!

  • 8
    Jeanie P says:

    Hello everyone – Jeanie from Mississippi here. Loving my day here at Stamp-a-Faire and getting soooo many ideas. Hope everyone is having a great day.

  • 9
    Velvet says:

    I look forward to trying all of these ribbon techniques.

  • 10
    Keri says:

    Another one of my favorite challenges! I really enjoyed making Betsy’s flowers, once I figured out how NOT to burn them! 🙂 I will definitely be doing this technique again and again, and again…………:D

  • 11
    Dana Caffrey says:

    Very interesting postings! I love your stuffs, I envy you being so artistically inclined. Well, I guess I will have to give this a try. I will challenge myself with this ribbon techniques. Good luck to me!

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