Friday, May 24, 2013
May Arts and Scor-pal blog hop
Welcome May Arts and Scor-pal fans, hope you have enjoyed the blog hop so far, you've landed her from Erin Theim, just in case you need the order of the hop today, here are the links:
Virginia Nebel <------ you are here!
Gini Williams Cagle
Today I'd like to share how to use Scor-tape and beautiful May Arts ribbons to make a pretty flower rosette.
Supplies: May Arts eyelet lace, sheer ribbon, ribbon cord, Scor-pal tool, Scor-tape, SEI paper
Take a sheet of Scor-tape and apply to a piece of cardstock. Cut (using a circle diecut or scissors) out a 1.75 inch circle. The circle does not have to be perfect as the ribbon will be covering it.
Peel away the tape backing to expose the sticky tape. Take some pretty May Arts eyelet lace and pleat in a circular pattern onto the tape and trim off the excess when you have completed the circle.
Repeat for a 2nd flower. Time time the circle tape backing is about 1 inch in diameter and I used the delicate blue sheer ribbon to create the rosette. This will be nested on top of the larger white lace rosette.
Thin line Scor-tape is wonderful to adhere ribbon to your projects, just unroll and place where needed and your ribbon is securely fastened to your card.
Have fun making your pretty own floral accents!
Next hop stop is the wonderfully talented Gini Williams Cagle!