18.6.15

Ribbon Woven Card + Resin Experiment

Ribbon Weaving
           Hi friends sharing yet another simple card I made to showcase the gorgeous Martha Stewart beaded ruffle border punch from Crafters Corner.
Parchment flowers
           The huge handmade flower was made by stamping and heat embossing on Parchment and is very similar to the one I shared in the Leaf tutorial except that I made the petals concave instead of convex and embossed using white and blue embossing powder.
Handmade Resin Fairy
       The best thing about crafting as a hobby is there are so many new techniques and products to  experiment with and the resin fairy you see is the result of my first experiment with resin! It was so thrilling to mix up 2 liquids, pour it into a mold and un-mold to reveal a solid translucent object .My resin fairy's features are not very well defined in this picture but it looks so lovely to see the light shine on it! 
Border Punch Card
        Ribbon weaving to make this card was super simple- I popped up 2 panels with punched borders on double sided foam tape and wove a ribbon through the punched area.
         I think I am in love with resin![will soon share more of my resin experiment if you guys are interested]
Supplies : All from Crafters Corner
Martha Stewart Beaded Ruffle Border Punch from Crafters Corner, Heartfelt creations Classic Leaf die,  Heartfelt creations Sun kissed fleur stamp and die set, DCWV paper stack
Linking to BGC

48 comments:

  1. Pretty. One must have patience to thread the ribbon. The resin fairy looks like glass. Not used resin before.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Oh yes Melissa usually I dont work with ribbon but it was easy on this card as I just had to guide it through the punched border and yes the resin fairy looks like glass but wont break if it falls down!

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  2. very beautiful Sonia!! love the ribbon work... the resin fairy is very pretty.. please do share more on that.. the flowers and leaves are very very beautiful..

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  3. looks good Sonia,my resin experiments did not turn out well at all, one has to be very exact it seems with the resin and hardener parts. after that I lost interest but you have inspired me to give it another go :) btw which resin you used.

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    1. Suman Dont give up on resin. My dauhter and I worked on our 3rd batch of resin embellishments yesterday.And this morning when I unmolded them each one looks so pretty. I didnt have the usual problems they wrote about bubbles or not setting but I am discovering what can and cannot be embedded in the resin and also time varies I think depending on climate. A few more trials and I will try and write a tutorial tips post

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  4. So beautiful Dr Sonia. . Resin fairy is so cute and the ribbon in middle reminds me of DNA structure.. :) love that and the flower n leaves are pretty.. :)

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    1. Hehe yes I agree Radhika...it looks like DNA indeed!!

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  5. Very beautiful and creative!
    Hugs!

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  6. What a gorgeous creation!! I love your pretty weaving and the stunning flower! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving me a comment too ... So very nice to 'meet' you!

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    1. Yes So good to meet new crafters in blogland!

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  7. great make Sonia - beautiful flower! Hugs rachel x

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  8. Very pretty Sonia...love the weaved ribbon, so effective and your little Fairy is gorgeous..

    luv CHRISSYxx

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    1. Thank you so much Chrissy...I knew you would like the fairy! HEHE!

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  9. This is absolutely a stunning look with your ribbon!! Love the curl you've achieved with the woven design! It's looks so even!! Again, I love that flower! :)

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  10. Oh Sonia, what a beautiful card with such a lovely flower. And as for your resin Fairy love love love her.
    Have a great weekend, Julie x

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  11. Oh so beautiful! The way u added the ribbon is soooooooooooooooo pretty :)

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  12. Such a pretty card. I love the way you did the weaving with that ribbon

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  13. This is so creative and gorgeous!! I love the threaded ribbon!! What an awesome idea!! And the resin fairy is beautiful!! I would love to see more of your resin projects!! Amazing as always!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  14. Wow wow wow! You are amazing!! LOVING that ribbon work!!!!!!!!!

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  15. How pretty! Love the beautiful resin angel- I have purchased the supplies to try this and have never done it.....! The punch is perfect for your ribbon weaving. Love that lovely flower too : )

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  16. This is so pretty! love it.. You did great job :)

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  17. I have wanted to try using resin, but just haven't gotten around to it yet. Your fairy is magical. I'm sure I would love to see the light reflecting on it. Your ribbon weaving is lovely too, and your flower is gorgeous. I might try that technique. The results are so lovely.
    Hugs
    Teresa

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  18. This is beautiful Sonia, so pretty.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Pauline
    x

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  19. How pretty! Love the ribbon woven between the edges.

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  20. Your experiment with resin is so pretty! And love the design of your card with this ruffle border punch!

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  21. beautiful, Sonia!!!

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  22. Beautiful card Sonia!! I love how you threaded the ribbon up the center, so pretty! Just wanted to let you know that I dropped your package in the mail yesterday. Post office tells me it will take about six weeks to get to you, but it's on it's way! have a great weekend, hugs :)

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  23. Beautiful border punch and love the threaded ribbon and gorgeous resin Fairy
    carol x

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  24. Wow! That ribbon weaving is so eye-catching. that resin angel looks beautiful. Would like to know more about your resin experiments.

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  25. Wow, absolutely beautiful card. I love the resin you made she's beautiful. I like the flower you made as well. :D

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  26. gorgeous and love how you have used the ribbon
    hugs Kate xx

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  27. This is so sweet. I love all your flowers and the ribbon down the center is perfect.
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes June Linky Party. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com

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  28. This is such a wonderful idea. Loving the threading of the ribbon. A beautiful card all in all.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  29. Brilliant way to use this border bunch, as it made such an elegant front of your beautiful card. Loving the resin fairy. I've got the supplies, but never tried the technique. Gorgeous card & TFS

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  30. Nothing short of brilliantly fabulous design as always.xxx{aNNie My Personal Blog}

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  31. What a beautiful card with that lovely ribbon weaving! I love the fairy too! Well done!

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  32. Beautiful creation Sonia..Loz

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  33. woooww really lovely card Dr Sonia...lovely ribbon weaving too I love it..adorable flowers and lovely embelishment..
    great card dear Friend
    hugs, Monika

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  34. Wow another nice creation. ..specially resin fairy it's lovely

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  35. Wow another nice creation. ..specially resin fairy it's lovely

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  36. You are truly special, my friend! Not only is your heart beautiful, but your talent leaves me speechless. Your resin fairy is spectacular! I'm always interested in learning more about everything you do. The ribbon weaving is gorgeous and adds such whimsy to your card. Lovely!

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  37. Beautiful and love the ribbon! TFS

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  38. Resin Angel is so beautiful...Waiting for the tutorial Dr.Sonia...

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  39. Wow! It's so elegant! I like the idea with the ribbon!
    Thank you for playing along at BGC!

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