Faux Square Knot Ribbon Technique

Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Today is my new video series Tuesday’s Tips and Techniques video.

Today I’m going to show you how to create a quick and easy Faux Square Knot. If you missed my video last week Thursday I showed how to create a Square Knot.

On today’s card I made a Faux Square Knot. The stamp set I used for today’s card is the Traveler stamp set.

I stamped the Train in Early Espresso onto Very Vanilla and layered it onto a piece of Early Espresso cardstock.

The ribbon is the Chevron ribbon and I just wanted to see the neutral backside of it.

The Early Espresso card fold is a Z fold and I added a layer of Crumb Cake and a layer of Very Vanilla which I ran through the Big Shot inside the Zig Zag Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.

Check out my video to see how to create the Faux Square Knot.

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2 thoughts on “Faux Square Knot Ribbon Technique

  1. Sharie Wilson says:

    Wow Glenda, that is awesome. Just when I thought you were going to tie you knot one way voila
    Something different ! Thanks for sharing.
    Love the cards too!

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