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7.25.2013

Tutorial: salt & pepper



I love this card I made with some of the newer sets from Clear and Simple Stamps.  As an accent, I created a little banner to go around the sentiment. Here's how I did it:

  • Stamp or draw a banner onto scrap paper, and put a pin in each corner.  Since this is a simple shape, you can just use the pins- but if you were using a more intricate design, having it on paper first will help you with pin placement!



  • Cut a thin strip of paper or cardstock (or use a strip of quilling paper), and start forming it around the pins.



  • When you get to the end, use a dab of glue to adhere the ends together- make sure to pull the strip firmly before gluing so that your shape is not warped


  • Trim off the end



  • Sorry for the color change! I realized half-way through that I wanted to use coral instead of white, so I switched it out :)  I carefully placed my banner onto a piece of clear tape- this will help keep it's shape.

(sorry for my gross finger splint)

  • Trim the tape so you are not working with a huge piece.  Adhere little dots of liquid glue all around your banner (look carefully to the pic below, and you'll be able to see the little dots)


  • Place the banner onto your project, and gently peel off the tape.  I used clear tape so that I could see through it while adhering.


...and that's it!




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14 comments:

  1. Great tutorial and card...thanks for sharing, I'm excited to try something new!

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  2. Really cool technique, thanks so much for the tutorial!! :)

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  3. Totally cool technique! From the pics, it looks like some crazy acupuncture technique - ha! Love the results - such a sweet card!
    I'm glad it's not just me who changes her mind half-way through a project! :)
    Hugs!
    x

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  4. Great tutorial! You are a quilling queen!

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  5. Awesome card and equally awesome tutorial, Jennifer!!!

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  6. Great card! I love the way you did the banner. :-)

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  7. wow, super awesome! Thanks for showing us how to be amazing like you! :)

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  8. What a fun card and great tutorial...the tape trick is very helpful!

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  9. Really cool technique! Thanks for sharing!:)

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  10. Awesome banner! Thanks for the step by step!!

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  11. What a fantastic card! And thank you for the tutorial, was wondering how you got that banner to be 3D. Brilliant job!!!

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  12. aww...this is adorable! I love the banner!

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