Sorry I have been so quiet. Besides prepping for my next class at Simply Scrapbooks in December, my internet is giving me trouble again. It just came back on after being off for 1 1/2 days. Before that it only worked for a little at a time. I hope I get this post up before it breaks again.

Today’s tutorial on Splitcoast is for a flower created out of ribbon or lace. For my sample I stamped a Label from Gina K. Lovely Labels 2 stamp set in Vintage Photo Distress Ink on Natural White Neenah cardstock. I cut and embossed the label with the matching Label 16 Nestabilities die and the center with Classic Circle Nestabilities. With both dies still on the cardstock I sponged the paper first with Antique Linen Distress Ink, then the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.

In the circle I stamped the sentiment from Winter Wings in Vintage Photo Distress Ink.

The card base is a 4 1/4″ x 9 7/8″ piece of Kraft cardstock folded in half. The edges of the card front and inside were sponged with Vintage Photo Distress ink.  Two 3 3/4″ wide strips of Webster’s Pages patterned paper were sewn to a 4″ x 4 5/8″ piece of Natural White cardstock before the layers were adhered to the card base. Three dew drops from the Mint Chocolate Chip bottle were adhered to the top right side of the patterned paper layer.

The label was adhered in the center of the card with dimensionals, the circle in it’s center with a double layer of dimensionals. Three Bliss Kaisercraft Pearls were adhered to the bottom of the sentiment circle.

The flower was created out of now retired Webster’s Pages Trim. It was topped with a silk ribbon bow that was topped with a Basic Grey button.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

21 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Stitched Ribbon Flower”

  1. Absolutely beautiful! I love that lace flower you created!

  2. Your card is very beautiful and love this flower! Thanks for sharing and I hope your Internet will get better soon!

  3. Beautiful! I love the crocheted lace as a flower.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

  4. Happy Thanksgiving Beate! Beautiful card!

  5. Bea-uti-ful! Great flower and I love the paper you used.
    I would love to attend one of your classes by the way! But it’s a bit too far away :-(
    You really, really need a new computer Beate!
    Have a great day and weekend,
    Jose

  6. Gorgeous, Beate! I saw the SCS tutorial and will definitely be trying this soon! TFS!

  7. Liebe Beate,

    Du hast wieder eine traumhaft schöne Karte gestaltet, ich mag Deine Werke sssssooo gerne.

    Die Blume schaut sehr, sehr hübsch aus, vielen lieben Dank auch für den genialen WS dazu.

    Herzliche Grüße
    von Anke

  8. Beautiful card!

  9. Gorgeous card Beate! Love the lil’ lace flower embellishment! Thanks for another awesome tutorial!

  10. very pretty card!!

  11. I really like the crochet flower…I do need to break out of this comfort of the ouse and go and get some ribbon and make my own flowers. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

  12. this is so elegant, Beate! LOVE the colors and the lace flower. gorgeous card!

  13. So pretty! Thanks for taking the time to make tutorials…I’ve always learned so much from you.

  14. beautiful Beat, thank you for sharing.
    Sandra

  15. Oh my gosh, thanks so much for the video. Your card is gorgeous, Beate, and that flower is fantastic.

  16. What a STUNNING creation!!

  17. This is such a gorgeous card, Beate. The lacy flower caught my eye right away on SCS. Hadn’t visited you for a while so decided I’d pop over….I’m always so glad and inspired when I do!

  18. Zowie! Gorgeous!!!! Missed you while you were gone:))

  19. Einfach total schoen! Die Karte wirkt edel und elegant! Klasse gemacht!

    Gruesse aus Florida 😉

    Iris

  20. Gorgeous Beate!!! Love that flower! So up my alley with all of its vintage goodness! : )

  21. Hypotheek…

    Zestig procent van de klanten bij een bank is dat uit gewoonte, bijvoorbeeld omdat hun ouders ook al bij die bank zaten…

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