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May Arts Ribbon and mini books…the perfect combination!
This accordion book is decorated on both sides – it is
nice to give mini books without pictures – the recipient can easily add favorite
photographs. This book will hold
- wrapped around the first page vertically
- on the “happy photos” page wrapped around horizontally
- tied with a simple knot
- tied on a tag and on a
Materials used: book – Maya Road, papers and
embellishments – Chatterbox, felt words – Creative Imaginations.
Word books are wonderful keepsakes that can reflect a
crafter’s personality…this book will hold both 3×5 and 4×6 photos.
- Combine 2 different types of ribbon on a page. One adhered to the front, the other wrapped
all around the page.
- Ribbon borders on edge of photo mat.
- Tie ribbon knots to edges of the letters.
- Cut apart flower ribbon to add as corner embellishments.
Materials used: book – Bo Bunny, papers and stickers – Cosmo
Cricket, journal sticker – Jenni Bowlin
Name books make kids feel special and proud. A little extra ribbon makes a book
- Tie coordinating pieces to rings.
- Mix and match types of ribbon, width of ribbon,
textures…have fun with this!
used: papers – Prima, My Best Creations,
book – Creek Bank Creations, buttons and bling adhered with glossy accents.
On this small 4th of July book, I only added one
big ribbon to the ring-
- Red ribbon on a red ring can add a great punch.
- The red will draw the eye and people will need to pick up
Materials used: papers – Daisy Bucket, book – Maya Road,
alphabet – American Crafts,
embellishments – Queen & Co.
One way to hold the tree shape book together is to “tie a
- Get creative.
- Use your ribbons!!!
Materials used: book – Creek Bank Creations, paper – October
Click here to view details on this week’s “Crafting With Ribbon” contest!
Blog Posted by: Leah Farrar-White