WE WANT YOU Yes we would love to here from ribbon lovers out there, not just card makers, any other craftiness, altered projects, scrapbooking as long as you use ribbon we would like to see your makes. SO Do you love ribbon? Are you creative with ribbon? Can you commit to 3-4 creations a month ? and work to deadlines? A few times over the year it will be necessary to make projects for Ali owner of Crafty ribbons to take to the craft shows. Ali does provide a few samples of ribbon to help you.
IF YOU ARE SHOUTING YES YES YES.... Well what you waiting for e-mail us today Please tell us a little about yourself, where you live, Are you on other Design Teams? Maybe this is your first one, that's fine don't be shy!. Please attach 3 images of your favourite projects using ribbons. Pleases send to me carol.....firstname.lastname@example.org add DT CALL in subject This call is open until 24th April midnight. Good luck
Hi Folks, Laura here today and oh, I enjoyed making this one...
know it's not an original concept - the four seasons artwork has been
done many times before but I still enjoyed interpreting it my way. I
started out with a four pack of mini canvasses, each painted a different
shade of blue.
then painted on a very unrealistically shaped tree! I needed an even
spread of branches to attach my button leaves to, so following the shape
of a real tree didn't quite work! I sorted through my button stash and
pulled out blossom pinks and spring greens; rich leafy greens; and
autumnal oranges, yellows, reds and browns. I attached my buttons with
matte gel medium, but any strong glue would be okay.
My favourite touch? The autumn leaves that have dropped from the tree!
You can find Crafty Ribbons huge selection of buttons here!
Hello everyone, I have a Christmas card to share with you today :P I know, it's late for Christmas cards, or early...lol...depending on how you look at it :) You can never have enough Christmas cards, so it doesn't hurt to create them throughout the year, does it?
Good morning to all our crafty friends. Carole here today sharing a card I made using some of the fabulous new ribbons from The Travel Collection I used the beautiful Skyline and French Hearts on my design. All this collection are fabulous you really need to pop over to take a look.
More details about my card can be found on my blog here
To go along with the Tricolore and the Saltaire I was asked by Ali at Crafty Ribbons
to make a Union Flag to decorate the show stand at U.K craft fairs.
From my experience with the other two I knew it was not going to be
I selected my ribbons and then added some more - these flags eat
ribbon!! No matter how big the pile of ribbons you start with, it just
disappears in to the flag!
planned my proportions and angles on paper first and then set to work
attaching red drops of ribbon in the middle. The next step was to fill
either side with white and red combinations - in effect making a St
Then when that step was complete I added the blues and the narrow red for the cross of St Patrick.
Hey hey! Cebelica here today. :) I'd like to show you a card that I recently made.
As you can see I didn't use a whole lot of embellishments on this card, but I did use two different ribbons. ;) They are both from Crafty ribbons and can be found in the jam pot ribbons. Hop to the store and have a look around. There are maaaaany more gorgeous ribbons there. ;)
For more info about the card please visit my blog.