Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques Cross Over Bow

Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Cross Over Bow
Today’s Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques video features the Cross Over Bow.

This particular bow is used a lot on Engagement Announcements, Wedding Announcements and Baby Announcements. I know you’ve seen this many times the Vellum over the top of a picture.

This is a great card and can be done with any Designer Series Papers and a coordinating ribbon.

You can easily change out the sentiment and you have a quick and easy card for any occasion. This particular sentiment is from the Hostess Exclusive stamp set Happy Birthday, Everyone (You can get it FREE through your Stampin’ Rewards with a min. $150.00 order).

Well if you have ever wondered how they did this particular bow then today is your lucky day!

Here is the video on the Cross Over Bow:

Here is the list of supplies needed to recreate this card:

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