Thursday, July 30, 2015
Do you struggle tying ribbon? Do you want to learn how to make a perfect square knot?
Well today’s your lucky day! I have a video tutorial for you today showing how to create the above card as well as how to tie a square knot.
I have decided to feature a particular product each month and show you different ways to use it. I’m calling this video series my Tuesday Technique Tips.
Yes, today is Thursday but I wanted to get a jump start on this fun new video series. So join me every Tuesday in August and I’ll show you different ways to tie ribbon.
Today’s tutorial is tying a square knot.
Here is a close up of the Whisper White square knot:
Here’s the finished card:
Here is the other gorgeous Timeless Elegance card with the black square knot:
Now don’t forget this gorgeous ribbon is on the Weekly Deals! Remember there are limited quantities of this ribbon so place your order ASAP; so you can get started making these beautiful square knots.
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Place a min. $50.00 order in the month of July and receive the Private Video Link and the PDF file to create this tote and 6 cards; plus you will receive additional PDF files and videos every week in the whole month of July.
With a min. $75.00 order you will also receive the Private video links to my Live Stream and Live YouTube Events from last night. This also includes the Live Event from June 30th where I showed you how to create this cute purse using the Gift Bag Punch Board.
You must use this Hostess Code when placing your order: SHQZTTWB
If your order is over $150.00 please don’t use the hostess code you will be your own hostess and I’ll automatically send you all the amenities.
Thanks for stopping by,
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2 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Ribbon Tying a Square Knot”
I remember making square knots for my Girl Scout tie. We used the rhyme: right over left and pull it through, left over right and pull it tight. This is still how I remember to tie a square knot. It works every time.
Great Tip! Thanks for sharing. I remember having to tie my dresses using square knots; a little trickier from behind and you can’t see what you’re doing.