May Arts Ribbon Blog

Coloring White May Arts Ribbon

Please welcome back our Guest Blogger, Legojenta / Marie, with another great video.  This time, she's coloring ribbon. 

________________________________

 

Hi everyone! It’s me, Legojenta, or Marie if you prefer, here again. Today I’m sharing with you a video I made, showing different ways you can color white May Arts ribbon. I used some different inks, as well as markers, to color both white satin and white grosgrain ribbon from May Arts. Please watch the video I made, to see how you can color ribbon to match your project =)

 

 

Supplies:

  • May Arts ribbon: 3/4” White grosgrain ribbon (QH01) & 3/8” White satin ribbon (HA01)
  • Distress Ink: “Barn Door”
  • Hero Arts Shadow Ink: “Soft Pool”
     
  • Memento Dew Drop Ink: “Rich Cocoa”
  • VersaColor ink: “Turquoise”
  • VersaCraft ink: “BubbleGum”
  • Promarker: “Rose Pink”
  • Copic Sketch: “B95 Light Grayish Cobalt”

 

Thanks for stopping by the May Arts blog today. Have a great week =)

– Legojenta / Marie

  1. jen shears

    wonderful tutorial!!! Love the side by side examples!

    Reply
  2. Marie / Legojenta

    Thanks for everyone telling about other ways to color ribbon as well =)

    Reply
  3. Karen K

    Nice job by you! This was very helpful and great to see how all the different things looked on the ribbon.

    Reply
  4. Charlene

    Super tutorial, Marie! Spritzing with Tattered Angels is another great way to color May Arts ribbons while adding a bit of shimmer.

    Reply
  5. Donna Przybylowski

    Nice video, very informative!! I color your ribbon all the time, using what you have and also, smooch, and copics markers, and glimmer mist and perfect pearls mist, and a mixture of distress reinkers and perfect pearls mixed together!! So many different ways to color ribbon these days, if you can not find the color you want, MAKE IT !!

    Thanks again, great product!!!
    Donna

    Great to hear a voice from May Arts!!!

    Reply
  6. ellen s

    great tut!!! i love using my reinkers to do this too.

    Reply
  7. sue w.

    Thank you for video. Just thought you might like another suggestion for coloring……you can wet the ribbon then sponge color on ribbon and the color will bleed automatically especially if you use Distress ink.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

    Reply
  8. Pam Loris

    Thanks for the tutorial! I haven’t tried changing the color of ribbon yet! I may give it a try now!

    Reply
  9. Cami

    Excellent tutorial showing all the different types of ink and procedures for different effects. I do love the quality of May Arts ribbons and now can customize the colors to my projects. Cami

    Reply

Write Comment

Follow Along

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

About May Arts

Welcome to the May Arts Ribbon brand blog. May Arts Ribbon is known for its superior quality and classic design.

If you are a business looking to buy May Arts Ribbon, register to shop wholesale.

About Ribbon Resource

Ribbon lovers can shop the ribbon seen on the blog at our retail site www.ribbonresource.com. Ribbon Resource is May Arts' retail store, a fun play off our tagline "The Ribbon Resource".

Categories

Archives

Email Exclusive

Sign up to receive special offers and promotions from the crafty people at MayArts.com!

Copyright © 2016 | All rights reserved.

Sitemap | Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy