The Many Ways To Use Ribbon Contest Winner
so many wonderful entries this week! It
is so interesting to hear what all of you are using ribbon for. Thank you all for your comments. Each & every one was enjoyed
- This week’s
winner is Carol:
“May Arts silk ribbon is an
integral part of many of my one-of-a-kind cReaTioNs. I often paint or tea stain
it to coordinate with colors in my Nit neCK designs, SWEATer cARTigans, sPeCiaL
T’s, TreaSure BoXes & for tHe BRide cReaTioNs.
I create flowers, ruffles & fabric coLLage patches to embellish my
cReaTioNs. You will often find pieces knit into my hand knit cReaTioNs.”
photos were just beautiful! Everyone
here at May Arts were in awe of that wedding cake. Congratulations!
We were so
inspired by all your ideas this week; we are adding one extra ‘bonus’ winner! The prize will consist of 4 – 3 yard spools of your choice!
- Our ‘bonus’
prize goes out to Kathy:
“For custom napkin ‘rings’, I
take whatever width wired ribbon I like, and cut a piece about 5-6” long.
I cut the ends at an angle, (or you can leave it straight across) and fold over
just the very edge. Using fabric tac glue, put a teeny amount on the end, and
fold over. You can decorate the ends using the fabric glue, adding beaded
fringe, tiny silk flowers, buttons, etc, whatever you want to match your table
setting. Roll or fold a napkin into a tube shape, and wrap or tie the ribbon
I love having different easy to make ‘rings’ for every holiday.”
a lovely finishing step to decorate the ends of your ribbon! Congratulations!
Ladies, congratulations to you
all! We always love to see pictures, so please feel free to send us some
photos at [email protected]!
We will gladly post them for everyone to see! Please forward your
shipping information & your ribbon selections to the email address above!
For those of you who didn’t
win, click on the link below for this week’s contest. There’s always a
contest running on the May Arts Blog, so be sure to keep coming back for more!
This week’s contest: Customer Showcase Inspirations!