Tuesday, August 20, 2013

# Lori Williams # tutorials

Faux Ruffles Tutorial

Today I have a quick little tutorial to share with you for making faux fabric ruffles.  


Step One: Cut card stock with a border die of your choice.  I used the Anastasia Border B136


Step Two: Spritz water on the front and back of your paper and let it soak in for a minute.


Step Three: Pinch and gather your paper along the top, letting the bottom ruffle out.  You could use tweezers or a piercer, but I find it’s just as easy with my fingers. 



Step Four: Slightly pull out to the desired look and let the paper dry completely.  If you want to speed up the drying time you can use a heat gun.  


Here is an example of the ruffle applied to a project.  Check back Friday for the finished project and to see how I used the faux fabric ribbon.  


Hugs, Lori 

3 comments:

  1. Such a quick and easy way to change the border die cut into a faux lacy piece! Love this tutorial, Lori!

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  2. How clever is that and so quick. Thanks so much for sharing this...I shall be getting out my border dies and looking at them in a new way x

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