- To make the “fish tail” on your ribbon, fold the ribbon in half then cut inwards from the two folded halves towards the knot.
- When applying the Jewel Basic’s use the tip of your paper snips to lift the pearl or rhinestone along with the adhesive from the backing (Paper piercer also works great).
- Rules of Composition – Simplicity! Simplicity is the method of keeping the information in your project relatively simple. With photography, keep in mind that if your main subject is close, then your background should be very simple to avoid distractions. Try to keep everything that is not important much less interesting than what’s important in the project or photo. A key feature of “simplicity” is to avoid lines or objects that lead the eye away from the main subject of your photo or project.
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Sunny Stampin’ & Scrappin’!
Ink: Classic Real Red (103133)
Cardstock: Real Red (102482)
Accessories: Oval Punch (119855), Scallop Oval Punch (119856), Snowflake Punch (119852), 1 1/4″ Striped Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon (119768), Word Window Punch (119857), Small Cello Bag (103104), Hemp Twine (100982), Jewels – Basic Rhinestone (119246)
Stamp Sets: Serene Snowflakes (115438); A Cute Christmas(w: 120825; c: 121133)
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