Blog Hopping with Really Reasonable Ribbon

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Happy October Blog Hopping Paper Peeps!

10308279_717292838322738_8108547784177054821_nThis month the designers are sharing the projects created with the October Ribbon Club Traditional Christmas Mix.

900fc-trad2bchristmas2bmix2bribbon2bclubYou should be coming to me from my dear friend Gloria. If you’re just joining in…..you’ll want to go to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog to start at the beginning.

I’ve created a sweet little altered berry basket full of tags that have oodles of Christmas charm…the ribbon club trims and  Christmas Tickets Digital Collage Sheet from Polly’s very own shop.

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I’ve got layers of die cut doilies, sugared berries, festive holiday flowers, felt stars, twine, and itty bitty clothes pin for the front of the basket. It’s also painted and wrapped with ribbon.

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The tickets from the collage sheet were printed and layered over patterned papers, silvery snowflakes, handmade poinsettias, washi tape, lace, clips, and netting.

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More yummy Christmas layers for these tags.

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The backs of the tags are finished with coordinating patterned paper with photo or journaling mats with spacers between the layers.  Last but not least some sweet little holiday sentiments to finish off the festive fronts.

What a fun way to display pictures and Christmas memories in your seasonal décor.

The Christmas Tickets Collage sheet is available for  instant download so you can print them right away and get your holiday craft on!

Okay the next stop in the hop is Judy! Don’t forget to leave her a little love for sharing her fabby project!

 

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19 responses »

  1. Oh, these are all so pretty, Ginny! I love how you use the black to really make that beautiful red POP!!! So much gorgeous holiday inspiration!!! Thank you!!! xoxo

  2. Absolutely gorgeous tags. I love the gingham ribbon. It reminds me of gingerbread men for some reason. Maybe because wrapping a treat bag or box of them was so much fun.

  3. Love the colors you used for the tags Ginny. Those gorgeous red ribbons are great with the black that is on the tags. Thanks for sharing.

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