Blog Hopping with Really Reasonable Ribbon


Hey there Peeps. It’s Blog Hop time  with Really Reasonable Ribbon and you know that gets me all kinds of excited!

10308279_717292838322738_8108547784177054821_nWe are sharing our projects that we created with the Love is in the Air Ribbon Club Assortment.

Jan2015RClgeThis is a super cute selection perfect for adding to your Valentiny projects.

If your just getting started…you want to go to the Really Reasonable Ribbons Blog so you won’t miss out on any of the awesomeness.

I created a chunky Valentine plaque with a funky wire hanger and pooftacular bows made from the ribbon club selection.

IMG_4732IMG_4733IMG_4734IMG_4736IMG_4735I used the super gorgeous Time to Flourish February Sheets and gave them a nice border of chocolatey brown to separate the patterns. 

Okay the next stop on the hop is Miss Amber and she has a very awesome project ready to share so whadda ya waitin for get yourself over there!!!!

There’s one more post coming today…so be ready for a fabulous Come Away With Me Travel
Journal with Snapguide…..Wishing you all a happy and productive day with lots of time to be creative : )

31 responses »

  1. Love this! I love vintage flowers, doilies, and ribbon. Ohh, you’ve got the wheels turning now–I’ve got some valentines of my mom’s that would be perfect for a project like that! Thank you!

  2. I love this idea… I’m thinking instead of making several Valentine’s cards, this could be one for the whole family. Thank you, thank you.

  3. Oh, Wow! This plaque is so beautiful! I love every spot on it. I am so impressed. It will look terrific hanging on the wall. You need to do a tutorial on this for us to see on RRR. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

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