Quick Festive Table with Ribbon!
Hi all! Jen here again with some speedy decorating with gorgeous May Arts ribbon! There are so many great choices that add a lot of wow, without a lot of effort! I thought I’d show you a few that look great together!
I started with JN14 2.5” – it is so shimmery & pretty in person!
I also used SE14 – curly/ sparkling ribbon (have you seen this? It’s FABULOUS!)
And PM01– the cutest pom-pom ribbon you’ll find!
I used approximately 2 yards of the JN 2.5 14 for each chair. I eyeballed it to a length I liked, but then did measure it so I could repeat & share with you the length! Then I added about a yard of the curly/sparkling ribbon (se14)- I also threaded a little jingle bell on to this for the center. The little pom pom piece is only about 6” long, and I tied it on with the sparkly ribbon.
Once I decided on lengths for the ribbons I could cut all the ribbon at once & it came together REALLY fast! A quick tip: fold your ribbon in ½ when you cut your ends- you can even do both ends at one time!
To top off the table, I used more of the JN 2.5 14 to tie around a candle. I added a few glitter ornaments to have a simple centerpiece.
I also added some WOW to the wreath on our front door.
Same ribbon, minus the pom-poms. I did a little cheat here (shh – don’t tell anyone!) I didn’t have any floral wire, so I simply stacked my ribbon (like the ribbon candy, but wider) and tied it together with the curly/sparkling ribbon. Again – quick & gorgeous!
And one last item that was embellished with some pretty ribbon..
Hadley found this craft in her Highlights magazine – you glue little squares of tissue paper onto a jar (or vase) & insert a battery operated tea light. We had some fun Christmas tissue paper, so she cut all the Santas out & glued them on. When she saw the sheer ribbon with the tinsel edge (381-1-01) she thought we should glam up her craft a bit!
That’s it for me today- I hope you’ve found some new ribbon for your decorating! I know my table is as glamorous as it’s ever been!
Thank you so much for stopping by during this busy time! I wish you a season filled with joy!
Blog Posted By: Jen Shears