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Julie Leblanc

Thank you, thank you, thank you... I love t he stiching effects on projects, I have one of those little wheel things and never thought of using it for this... Sooooo ' kewl' :-)


Ohhhh! I love this tutorial and the images to explain the technique. Thanks so much Carole'Anne! Have a great week :-D

Janet Swofford

Thank you for the great tutorial!
Inky hugs,

Colett R

Welcome home to the snow! At least it was warmer today +1 at my house - a right balmy day for this time of year! Anyway, the faux stitching with the sewing wheel is a very clever idea. TFS

Mitzi Luttrull

Hi Carole'Anne!I love your idea of using the sewing wheel for the faux stitching.It adds interest.Something I'll have to try.

Candy Mills

Hi there!
Your card looks like it is going to be great! Love that folded ribbon! I can't believe you didn't measure each 'fold' LOL LOL...........
Hugs, Candy


What a clever use of the ribbon. I will definitely have to try this one. I have one of the sewing wheels somewhere in the mess that is my craft room. Maybe this will inspire me to clean up and organize, then make a card with this ribbon technique.Have a great night. Jan


Great Tutorial Carole'Anne will have to give that a try. Can't wait to see the card I bet is another great one.

Julie Beaulieu


Thanks for such a great tutorial. I did today and quite happy with the result! Your instructions were perfect.


GREEEATT Tut. C.A..., but I always enjoy any you show. Tess isn't gone yet? WOW...sure would like to adopt her! TFS....

Christina D

It's really pretty, even your sparkley fingernails! I am sure going to try this myself.


How neat!! Such a great idea. Looking forward to the finished product.
Love mom


LOVE it! Will definately be using that technique - thanks! Look forward to seeing the finished card.


Great tutorial. I never thought about using the sewing marking wheel.

Thanks for sharing and I cannot wait to see the finished card.

Diane Harman

Thanks for the tutorial on the ribbon! I just spent the last hour catching up on your posts from the last week. Everything was awesome. Envy you Costa Rica trip. Looked warm!


Great tutorial. Cant wait to see the finished card.

Trish Hilbrand

That's a great way to make the ribbon look so awesome. Thanks for the tutorial. I'll definitely have to try that one!


Awesome tutorial! I always admired this ribbon technique..now I know how to do it too!! Thank you for sharing!!
Take care, Vina

jennifer reynard

HOw fun is that to make a different ribbon
embellishment. Thanks so much!

Carey Rogers

Oh this card is going to be fantastic. I love the tutorial and will have to definitely try this. I have seen other people make the ribbon like yours but not been able to understand it. You tutorial made it so crystal clear and easy to follow. You are a queen in the craft room. I had many stamping dreams last night and can't wait to have some play time. Have a wonderful weekend-why don't you take tomorrow off from posting and just play and be with your wonderful family?

aka Roscoe's mommy

Cynthia Stevenson

What a great idea! Can hardly wait to see the finished card. Don't work too hard today.

Tammy Jackson

Great job with the tutorial. It made sense
and looks very easy. I can't wait to see the finished card my little work too hard
friend, lol. Have a great day and try to
stay warm. Big HUG to ya!

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