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How To Stamp & Distress Ribbon

How To Stamp & Distress Ribbon

Hello everyone! DeeDee here  today to help ring in all the beautiful new releases.   I received four yards of the newest ribbons and am excited to share with you today a tag I created.

How To Stamp & Distress Ribbon

My main tutorial today is on stamping and distressing this lovely portion of ribbon. It’s super wide and has a great amount of “realty” for stamping on! Watch the following video to see the How-To on altering the ribbon:

 

How To Stamp & Distress Ribbon

I’ve also distressed the ivory printed canvas ribbon by tearing it down the center. I love the effect of the half butterflies mingling with the thread at the top of the tag. It does scream “BUTTERFLIES” across the whole tag, but still tells a part of the story.

How To Stamp & Distress Ribbon

For a little added depth on the tag I popped up the distressed ribbon on Scrapbook Adhesives foam squares. This also helps even out that layer of embellishing. When I tucked the Sequin Heart behind the butterfly it ended up a little uneven. Fixed 🙂

How To Stamp & Distress Ribbon

And last, you can see the Raffia Bows in this photo. I’ve used them to replicate the antenna on the butterfly. I mentioned in the video, it seems to make it feel a little more moth like, which is nice. I always try to show you new and different ways to use the beautiful May Arts Ribbons. I hope you’ll take some time and experiment with any ribbons you have, they don’t always have to be a bow!

By DeeDee Catron

 

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  1. Iris Soscia

    Gorgeous tag – love the shabby chic look.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  2. Carla Hundley

    Quite nice looking.
    Carla from Utah

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  3. Emily H

    Gorgeous!!! I love this look! Thanks for sharing!!

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  4. Miriam Prantner

    Love how you transformed that ribbon, just beautiful!

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  5. barbara macaskill

    Another MUST HAVE!!! Love this! TFS!!

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  6. Mary Mac

    This project shows that even distress just how beautiful the new ribbons are.

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  7. Shannon

    Great tutorial, looks like fun ribbon to play with.

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  8. Cindy S

    How cool!

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  9. Denise Bryant

    Thanks for sharing your project!

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  10. Rebecca Ednie

    Great tutorial. Thank you

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  11. TracyM #6773

    FABULOUS tag – LOVE the mix of ribbons, textures and layers!!!

    THANK YOU for sharing your inspiration and tutorial DeeDee, really enjoyed how you transformed your butterfly into a moth and your fun stamping & distressing too 🙂

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  12. Darlene Gabriel

    Such a beautiful tag!

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  13. Julie Gastelum

    Awesome ribbon, would love to try it out.

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  14. Heather Thompson

    that is a great idea. Such a great tutorial. So many great ideas coming out with new release week. I love it. Thank You DeeDee for sharing

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  15. Michelle Welch

    Love it

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  16. Patricia

    Thanks for sharing . I really would like to have a chance to work with your adhesive Fleur-de-lis scroll design ribbon.

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  17. DinT

    What a great project and inspiration.

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  18. Misty Deatherage

    This is just beautiful. I love the idea of tearing the ribbon!

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  19. Amy C.

    This is a beautiful tag!

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  20. Lucy E.

    What a pretty tag! I love the distressing on the ribbon! It really emphasizes the vintage look.

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  21. Tonya

    Love the vintageness of this tag! Glad you added a little bling to it!

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  22. Roberta Mosher

    Have stamped on ribbon in the past. Thanks for some new suggestions.

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  23. Ange

    Very pretty and creative!

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  24. Michele (by belle)

    LOVE!!! It looks like I am going to have to have some of that sequined heart ribbon!!!

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  25. Laura Strack

    Great Video, Deedee! I’d have to save the wire that you cut off from the canvas ribbon, too. It might make some great antenna for a butterfly, as well. Love this Tag so much!! Thanks for sharing all these wonderful ribbons and distressing techniques.

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  26. jean marmo

    Just beautiful!

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  27. fusiafscrapping

    This tag is AWESOME. Thank you for the tutorial – I have learned a lot. Now I’ve got to try to make mine on my own:D

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  28. bearsmother

    Why do we always think everything has to be clean and neat and organized. Your tag looks great with the distressed ribbons. I’ll have to get off my neat-freak bandwagon and start distressing some of my ribbons. The tag is great. thanks for upsetting the apple cart of neatness.

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  29. Sue D

    Very pretty and thanks for the tips on distressing the ribbons.

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  30. Anita Braddock

    What a Beautiful Tag Love the Vintage look the details are sper. love the distressed look and the added Ribbon makes that special touch. thanks for sharing

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  31. SuZeQ

    GENIUS. This is really a great idea – thanks so much for sharing.

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  32. Dorothy McCarthy

    This is a great idea! Thanks!!

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  33. Dorothy Seiler

    Great project, so creative!

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  34. stamping sue

    Great vintage style tag with all the new ribbons. thanks for sharing
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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