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Have you ever wanted to create your very own made-to-match ribbon that can be used to make dog collars, matching dog leashes, key fobs and even bows to go on a dog collar? Have you seen this done by other designers and wondered how do they do it?
Follow our quick and simple process within this tutorial and you'll know how to print your own designs on ribbon! Printing your own ribbon will provide you the ability to make made-to-match dog collars and dog leashes - any ribbon width and as many yards as you need!
Just think, dog collars and leashes to match your dog's wardrobe - so simple and easy to make when you follow this illustrated tutorial guide from The Preppy Owl! Clearly written, step-by-step instructions and lots of accompanying pictures make the process fun and painless.
In this easy-to-follow tutorial, you will learn how to print your own ribbon. Not only is this guide written with an easy-to-read format and easy-to-understand wording, I have also included step-by-step pictures of the process! "Visual" types like me will find that this is the perfect balance for learning this fast and rewarding craft.
In this DIY Dog Leash Tutorial you will find:
♥ Concise and crystal-clear instructions
♥ Tons of pictures to help guide you
♥ A complete materials list with suggestions on where to acquire the materials
♥ The name of my favorite affordable online company for purchasing leash hardware graphics
Please note this is NOT an actual book, but an electronic document that will be sent to your e-mail account as a PDF file.
This do-it-yourself tutorial is copyrighted by its creator, The Preppy Owl. The Preppy Owl is not responsible for any injury or loss caused directly or indirectly by the use or misuse of my products. A portion of the profits from each sale goes to the ASPCA.
I have been crafting and, loving it, since I was just a little girl. My Nana's and Grandmother's were all very talented crafters. I loved to visit on Sundays with them - they would show me what they made that week and I was always amazed, intrigued and full of hope that I would get to "craft" one day. And that one day finally came, and I have never stopped!