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Ribbon Rosettes Tutorial


In creating the Basically Bare Album: Recipes for Canning, I decided to share a super simple and clever way to create Rosettes for the album cover.  They were created using the Tombow Mono Adhesive Power Bond, 1 ¼ inch Silk Ribbon in white and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists.  They were super simple to make and only took a few minutes.  I hope that you enjoy the video tutorial. 

Kendra  🙂

Blog post by: Kendra Wiggins


  1. Sue D

    Very pretty–thanks for the video on how to make these rosettes.  I like all the stitching on the album too.

  2. Charlene

    So pretty!  The colors are just gorgeous.

  3. kathy/NorthCarolina

    Thanks for the tutorial…your rosettes are lovely!

  4. mary s. - aka Big Mamma

    I love all that stiching and the flowers are just the right touch.

  5. Kristie Maynard

    Love your book!  I love how you did the stitching for the words.  Thanks for the video on making the flowers!  Beautiful!

  6. Kim H

    Love the stitching detail.  I also can, and need to make an album fo rthe recipes.  Thanks for sharing.

  7. Sharon Gullikson

    I really like the flowers. I have never thought to make those with ribbon. They would be nice on a pillow, too.

  8. Natasha Poteraj

    The stitching is such a cute touch! Nice nice nice.

  9. Lynn

    I love turning ribbon into flower! great tutorial and super cute recipe book.

  10. Karen L K


  11. Miriam Prantne

    Gorgeous flowers!  Love how that turned out.  Thanks for the tutorial!


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