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Making Shabby Flowers with Ribbon Scraps

I was sorting through my ribbon scraps and found I had some decent sized pieces that, while too short for a large project, were perfect for a smaller project. Did you see all the lovely ribbon flowers created for our Ribbon Flower Challenge? I was thinking about all those lovely flowers and decided to see …

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Hair Bow Holder

I really enjoy making things for my daughter. Not only is it inexpensive and fun, but she also enjoys handmade things hanging in her room. Her hair bow collection has gotten rather large lately and throwing them in a bin makes it difficult on mornings when we are running a little behind on time and …

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Using Tulle Ribbon on Cards

I absolutely adore using May Arts Tulle Ribbon on cards. It offers such an amazing texture, is so very versatile but most of all it is lightweight-perfect for mailing- and forms the most easy of embellishments! I’ve created four cards using tulle to create embellishments. After embossing and die cutting a colored cardstock panel, along …

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Make a Tassel Charm

 I’ve been absolutely loving the tassel charms I’ve been seeing floating around the internet as of late.  I think they are so lovely and perfect for sprucing up any manner of project or outfit!   With some beading wire, a bead cap and two yards of the 1/8th Inch Suede/String Ribbon in Ivory, I was …

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Ribbon Sunflowers

I would like to start this with a thank you to all of the participants who completed their projects!  I am constantly in awe of the abundance of talent I see in these challenges!  As much as I love them, I never look forward to making this decision as it is not an easy one.  …

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