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Hi there May Arts fans!!  This is Jenifer here with you today to share a traveler’s notebook that I made.  They are quick and easy and the perfect size to throw in your bag when on the go.   It is basically a travel journal that has removable inserts that are held in place with …

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A simple doodle and a little moisture (or blender pen) make for a soft personalized background for your tag. Top your artistry with fabulous ribbon and you have a masterpiece! Doodle your design on the water color paper tag. Using blender pen trace over pencil lines to give the soft water color effect. Color off …

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When our boys were small, they loved to carry around a blanket bound with silky satin ribbon.   I still have the one our youngest carried around. It’s torn and tattered and was much loved. I’m planning on giving it to him for his next birthday. He thinks it got lost at his grandmother’s house many …

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Cheer Bow Tutorial

Hey, ribbon lovers! Emily here today to share a great tutorial on how to make cheer bows! These are the in thing now. The bigger the bow, the better! My daughter is in 1st grade and she wanted to cheer again this year. Last year the squad used little bows that came with the uniforms …

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Fruity Hearts - Repurposing Holiday Ribbon

Usually after any holiday, I have an abundance of holiday themed ribbon that waits one whole year before it finds its way into a new project. This year, I decided to find a creative way to use May Arts 1.5” Adhesive Sequin Hearts outside of a Valentine’s Day themed project! Bring on spring and the …

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