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Ballerina Ribbon Sculpture

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Author Punky N' Munky
Price $5.00
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by seaman, teresa
on January 12th, 2012

“too complicated for my taste”

In this set of instructions you will be shown how to make the Nutcracker Ribbon Sculpture. You are shown how to use the finished sculpture in a variety of ways. You can mount it to a clip to wear in hair or clip to a package, put it on a pin back, a magnet, or even make it into an ornament!

A general knowledge of bow making skills would be helpful, although the author is happy to offer support for a beginner (or experienced ribbon artists) through email.

25 pages, 60+ pictures

Materials needed: ribbon, rhinestones, lighter or wood burning tool, needle and thread, adhesive.

Sizes that can be made: One size demonstrated

Final measurements: approximately 3”

*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a bow/ballerina. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

Copyright

Copyright ©punkynmunky 2009. These instructions are for your personal use only. You may not copy, share, or distribute them in any way without written permission. You may create items using the instructions for home and personal use as well as for sale in small quantities. Not for commercial reproduction.

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Note: www.YouCanMakeThis.com provides this copyright & terms of use policy review as a courtesy to our site users and eBook authors. The copyright policy applies to the associated eBook and is specified and owned by the individual eBook author.

by seaman, teresa
on January 12th, 2012

too complicated for my taste

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