- Select two complimentary ribbons such as two ribbons of the same color in different widths. Or two ribbons pulling in different colors from your project. Here I used 1/4" black gingham and 5/8" Brocade Blue - the color of the cardstock.
- Punch two holes side by side. Depending on their location, you may be able to use the nifty double horizontal punch. I used the Crop-a-dile in this case.
- Feed the narrow ribbon through the holes so it ties on top.
- Before tying, slip a short piece of your wider ribbon in between so it gets tied up with the smaller ribbon.
The quantity you use of each will depend on how long you want your tales and whether you want a double knot or a bow with your narrower ribbons. Whatever, it is a cute look that takes half the ribbon.
Ingredients: Stamps by Stampin' Up! Brocade Motifs, Lovely Letters
Cardstock: Brocade Blue
Ink: Brocade Blue, Basic Black