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January 12, 2010


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Lisa Lange

Hi Gretchen -- you explained how to tie a bow perfectly! This is actually how I learned to tie my shoes when I was little. It was called the Bunny Ear method! It works.... thanks for sharing!


This is exactly how I teach my bows - I call it bunny ears too.

Love your takin it to the top examples!


Oh this ribbon tying tut had me giggling with my morning coffee! Thanks for such a comprehensive set of pics to help the "bow-challenged" like me get it right!
Firenze Cards


hmm - interesting to see how the same card can be embellished - I never quite know how to improve my cards (unless I am deliberately going for a CAS type card) - I can see how you've changed the card - will have to try looking at my own cards a little bit differently!


Wow! Great bow tutorial. I loved how you showed the card with little changes.

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