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Card – Pleated Ribbon Border

In Tagalog, Philippines’ first language, Kumusta means “How are you?” I’ve always created cards, but this is the first time I’ve used another language! Gotta love international crafting!

I used May Arts Ribbon to create a pleated border.

Blog post by: Marie Otake

May Arts Ribbon Used:

373-58-28 Satin & Grosgrain Ribbon

  1. Beverly Jordan

    Love using pleated ribbon and made 3 cards last week with this technique!! But never tend to use another language! You got me there!

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  2. Sue D

    Very colorful–I like the hexagons and the pleated ribbon.

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  3. Charlene

    Love those pretty colors and the ribbon pops!

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  4. Kristie Maynard

    What a great card.  The colors really pop and that pleated ribbon along the top is just perfect.  Love the honey comb pattern! TFS!

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  5. Sharon Gullikson

    very cute. i like the honey comb pattern, and the special message. Neat.

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  6. erin

    Love this!

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