Once I got this new ribbon, I have been planning my projects around the ribbon just so I can color the ribbon! I love it! You can color the ribbon with a spray mister (a cool effect) or dye it in re-inker. But the easiest and fastest drying method for coloring the ribbon is just sponging the color on with a sponge and ink pad. I'm a quick project gal so I choose the sponge and ink pad method. Watch this quick video below to see how I inked my ribbon and made a twisted flower with it! Then scroll on down for a closer view of the card I made!
After I made this video, I discovered a much better method for attaching the twisted ribbon. I used a spot of Liquid Glass (Z679) on my base and held down the ribbon as I twisted. The Liquid Glass dried quickly and the ribbon adhered very well. It works great with the twisted ribbon but you would not want to use liquid glass for apply a flat ribbon because it would soak through the ribbon and show.
Here is closer view the finished card in the video
This is a 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 card. The base is cut from the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge. I used Florentine paper and Opaque Mocha Adhesive Gems.
Here is another card with the Color Ready Seam Binding Ribbon
Florentine Paper Pack (X7153B)
Opaque Mocha Adhesive Gems (Z1333)
Lovely Lily My Acrylix Stamp (B1401)
Blending Pen (3174)
Goldrush Excluse Ink (Z2123)
Olive Exclusive Ink (Z2137)
Goldrush Shape is cut from the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge <Circle4> (Z1686)
Be sure to look for more projects coming with this fabulous ribbon!!! I've got my ribbon in hand and off to create more!