The challenge was to make a card using the following:
Papers and images Pink Petticoat Spring Wishes
I love love love these new papers and images from Pink Petticoat. The images are coloured with Pro-Markers and cut with nestabilities. I printed the ribbon myself as wanted some to match the papers. The plain pink ribbon was out of my odds and ends box. I decorated the inside of the card too with another bunny and greeting.
If you want to have a go at printing your own ribbon, here's how I did mine. Can't promise it'll work for you as it will probably depend on your printer, type of ribbon and card used etc.
First I got a sheet of A4 card and popped lots of strips of low tac tape on with plain white satin ribbon over the top. carefully trimming the edges and making sure well stuck down. I know how temperamental my printer can be!
Next I selected my chosen paper and set my printer to best photo setting (I have an Epson RX685) and crossed my fingers! It worked, a little bleeding and smudging but I'm OK with that. I used white Zeta linen card by the way.
Then hey presto - peel gently away from the card sheet and I have fab Pink Petticoat ribbon to match my card to perfection.
Going to print lots more later on if I get the time. Got to face the supermarket shortly and then the housework and then some real work too!