French Stamped Ribbon

9:47:00 PM

A great thrift store find this weekend...
Cotton seam binding
 It's soft, it's light and beautiful! 
It feels like a cotton sheet....And best of all, 
it holds it's shape and doesn't fray!
I had a fun idea!
 I used Distress Ink ...
 and French stamps to stamp all along
the ribbon...
then let it dry.
I think I like this one the best...
 I wrapped them up in 10' bolts 
A great ribbon for packages, scrapbooks or crafts
...fleur de lis available at my Etsy...

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  1. Hi Susan,
    The seam binding was a great find and I LOVE the stamps you used on it. Great idea!
    I read your previous post too....don't know what that thing is either but it is very interesting and makes a great art piece.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

  2. What a great find. Love it. Can use it for so many different things. Have missed commenting. Hope it is soon resolved with blogger.

  3. I love this idea! I'm off to visit your etsy store. Have you ever shipped to South Africa before. I wonder if the postage is very expensive?? x Sharon

  4. Great idea! Come get some designer scriptures!

  5. I wish I had found it! Love what you did with it!

  6. Really cute! Have to visit your store now!

  7. This is really cute. I can just imagine the possibilities with this. I definate bookmark.

  8. Very cute idea! Thank you so much for linking this up with {nifty thrifty sunday} as well!

  9. These are AWESOME, Susan! I had not seen this post! I really like the idea of using the Fleur de lis - it doesn't have to be stamped with words to be charming! Well done!


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