Stamping on Ribbon and Using Fabric on Cards!

Hi friends! Have you ever saved small scraps of fabric but you have no idea what to do with them? How about using them on a card?

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It adds such a lovely texture and a touch of homespun charm. You can even stamp on it too! I’ll show you how I stamp on ribbon (do the same for fabric) and create this sweet card in today’s video!

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Bust into that fabric stash and use up those scraps and then bless someone with a handmade card. Sharing the love is what this hobby is about. Happy crafting!

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5 Responses

  1. Lindsay, this is so different and so cute.

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  2. I really love this idea! It means just buying the white twill ribbon and using the same stamps and inks instead of having boxes of different-colored ribbons! I also like the color-combo.
    Also SUCH a nice way to use up fabric scraps I never got myself to throw away and good thing I didn’t yet too!
    This could be called: “Card-making à la Konmari”! I hope to see more ideas like that …

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  3. I like.. gives a nice soft feel.

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  4. love the color combo and the the stamped ribbon idea. Your tree stamp is so versatile

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