Iris Folding
July 26, 2011

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Liz MacEachern (posted 1 year 11 months ago)
I love the Iris folding webisode, I would love to have a copy of the book. Great videos. Thanks
Luz Myriam Calle (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
Me pareci muy interesante la tcnica.Luce muy bonita la tarjeta terminada.Gracias por la sugerencia.
Susan (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
Love that super-cute mummy card and the Christmas card using the ribbon.
Bonnie G. (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
I love the mummy card and the idea of dusting the edges with ink or chalk..great idea
ginny (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
Found Iris folding very inspiring. I'm making a Halloween card using Stretchy Jewelry cord for a web it looks great! Thanks for all the ideas!!
Barbara (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
It has been a while since I tried Iris folding but with this Webisode, how-to's and samples, I will try again. Thanks
Kathy B (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
I've never tried this before - looks like fun. I like the idea of using ribbon for something different, and loved the mummy card!
Jean (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
I love this technique. I also like to use ribbon instead of paper or mix the two. Also if you put the paper on the body first, you do not have to worry about the wings covering it.
catherine h. (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
great viedo. i will try it. love the colors.
Caroline (posted 3 years 2 months ago)
The variety of crafts that you illustrate is a source of continual stimulation and delight! I did iris-folding several years ago, but love, as ever, the "outside the box" suggestions for materials to use (ribbon, patterned and textured paper). Keep up the EXCELLENT work, ladies!
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