I then pull my ribbon out of the bag and let dry in a clump so that I can get that vintage rumbled look.
This last one I discovered when I needed a muted color and wanted to see if dying a gray ribbon would bring me the desired results.
I'm also going to show you how to use a mask (although I was in too big a hurry and made some splotchy marks)
If you want to use a mask the ribbon needs to be straight and do not use a long piece, that just gets too messy.
spray spray spray and then take off the mask. I blotted before I removed the mask but don't blot!!! just carefully remove the mask before you blot or the excess will spread into the holes. Also a light light spray is all you need I was over spraying to get a darker color, not a wise thing to do.