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Friday, July 13, 2012

May Arts DT Try Out Round 2

Hi friends!  I hope you're having a fabulous day!  We are enjoying a slightly cooler day here which is wonderful!  We are off to a BBQ tonight which should be great!

For those of you who follow my blog, you might have read that I'm trying out for the May Arts Ribbon Design Team.  I've already made it to Round 2 and today, I'm sharing my round 2 tutorial and project with you.  I've created a video tutorial for a technique I made up called Fishtail Ribbon Technique.  It is inspired by the fishtail braid hairstyle that I used to wear as a girl.




I took my three completed ribbon fishtails (all made with May Arts stitched grosgrain ribbon) and made this canvas.  I wanted the paint to have a very rustic distressed look on the canvas.  I hope that I achieved that.  I spelled out the sentiment with some Thickers, added some flowers, and some rhinestones.

I hope you have a great weekend and please keep your fingers crossed for me!  

12 comments:

  1. what a fun idea...thanks for sharing...the canvas came out awesome..

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  2. Cute! Now I see why the tiny attacher was necessary!

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  3. So cool...never seen this before and it look so good. Might have to give it a try :0

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  4. Great tutorial, Ashley! I love the fishtail look-reminds me of chevrons, too! Keeping my fingers crossed for you for the DT!

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  5. Ashley, this is great tutorial! TFS!

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  6. What a unique and fun idea! Love the final project...it's gorgeous!

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  7. OMG that is so cool looking! I need to try this now, TFS :)

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  8. Very cool! Love the tute!! Good luck!

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  9. Wow Ashley that is fantastic..your canvas is gorgeous!!
    Will need to give this one a go..brilliant tutorial.
    Good luck.
    xoxo

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  10. Awesome tutorial Ash! Beautiful project!!!

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