I wrote a tutorial for Splitcoaststamper’s on how to make a crinkled flower by heat embossing sheer ribbons and fabrics.

Who knew that tulle and lace would melt and crinkle, too!  Isn’t this flower just shab-a-licious!!

I had so much fun experimenting with different fabrics and ribbons.  I think the secret may be a high polyester content?

What have you got that can be melted and crinkled into a flower?

Happy Crafting!

Stamps: Waltzing Mouse “Spring Baskets”

Papers: PTI Select White; SU Tempting Turquoise; My Mind’s Eye “Oliver”

Inks: SU Not Quite Navy

Accessories: Pearl Ribbon Strand; Sizzix Ornate Frame #2 Embossing Folder; Crinkled Flower (made with Organdy Ribbon, Lace, Tulle and a Decorative Brad); Heat Gun

11 Responses to “Crinkled Ribbon Flower Tutorial”

  1. Great flower and love the embossed border and string of pearls you used.

  2. Oh that flower is amazing! I love the whole card! 🙂

  3. Oh, that is so gorgeous! I’m going to have to try this one for sure.

  4. Susan your card is gorgeous! Love your flower and the pearls. I have to check out your tutorial.

  5. I love this technique, but you’ve taken it to a new level. Extraordinarily beautiful, Susan! Love flower center and all the gorgeousness of your card.

  6. This is a BEAUTIFUL card and the flower is STUNNING. Will definitely try and make one.

    Have a great day//Gunill

  7. Gorgeous flower, has a lovely vintage feel to it, I have alot of left over lace that I would love to try and see if it would work for this, TFS!

  8. Beautiful, Susan! Thanks so much for sharing how to make the flowers.

  9. What a gorgeous flower and card! I never would have imagined creating a flower by melting ribbon & fabric, but you’ve shown it can be done 🙂

  10. Susan, thanks so much for sharing this awesome tutorial on Splitcoaststampers. Your card looks amazing!
    Hugs and smiles

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