Thursday, January 18, 2018

Really Reasonable Ribbon January Blog Hop Winner

Thank you so much for hopping along with us this month on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop. We had so much fun and we hope you did too!! We'll be hopping on the 13th of each month, so be sure to mark your calendars and join us again next month.


Now, on to our winner who will receive the January Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.



The winner will have 48 hours to contact me by clicking on the contact button at the top of the blog and sending me your full name and US shipping address.

True Random Number Generator  
Result:
9

Congratulations Kim Klinkovsky!

My snow total is zero, but it's cold in Alabama. Had a trace amount of snow last night and flurries today, but no accumulation. Sorry. Stunning hop. Thank for the inspiration. Love your ribbon and designs. Happy New Year.


Now if you didn't win, don't worry!! We will be 'hopping' each month so you'll have another chance to win soon! We hope you stop by and visit our blog often.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Classic Black and White Birthday Greeting Card

Hey Peeps! Ginny here to share a very classically styled Birthday greeting card.
 The sentiment is simple with a bold graphic font.

Pairing stripes and florals is a striking statement in black and white.
Pretty coordinating flowers layered over the ribbon to create a nice full arrangement.

 A doily die cut from flat black cardstock really anchors the sentiment and looks pretty tucked under the matching bling.

Really Reasonable Ribbon~ Diamond Satin in Black.

Wishing you a happy and productive day : ) G

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Thinking of You Card

Do you enjoy creating cards to give to that special someone?  It's easy to create cards using the Really Reasonable Ribbon January Valentine Assortment, vintage inspired image and pattern paper.
I tucked some of the Sweetheart Blossoms under the bow.
Then I added a Flat Back Pearls on top of the lace that is in this month's monthly assortment.
Homemade cards are a great way to tell that special someone just how much they mean to you.  
Wishing you a wonderful day, dear friends.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Sweet Button Card

Hello, and welcome!  It's so nice to have you visit us today.  It's Karen Letchworth today sharing a sweet card I created for Really Reasonable Ribbon using some older patterned papers from my stash.  They are from October Afternoon's 5 & Dime collection.  Well, actually it's just one piece of patterned paper from this collection, but I used both sides of it.  Once I had the patterned paper in place, I added half of a vintage cream doily on the bottom of my card, and then I ran a width of Forsythia Seam Binding across my card to create a border.  Did you know that Seam Binding comes in 24 gorgeous colors, and costs just $0.30/yard?  Yup!  It's just $1.50 for five yards of this amazing trim.
Next, I die-cut a button card and stamped it with a button-themed stamp set.  I attached the button card using two small strips of Scor-Tape (a fabulous long-lasting Adhesive).  I attached four buttons to the button card, and ran some Lemonwood Striped Baker's Twine through the center of the white button, and a bit of Olive Burlap String through the holes in the red button.  On the left of the button card, I attached a sweet bow cluster that includes a few White Double-Head StamensBaby Pink Double-Head Stamens, and Red Double-Head Stamens, a piece of the Forsythia Seam Binding, a length of Dusty Olive Seam Binding and some knotted Cherry Baker's Twine, and is topped with a White Flatback Pearl.
Did you know that almost every single day, you can find a lovely new project right here on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog to inspire you?  It's true...LOTS of great inspiration and all kinds of fabulous ideas for using all of the wonderful products found at Really Reasonable Ribbon, joining our monthly Blog Hops, and to to learn about special sales and promotions taking place in the RRR Shop.  We hope you'll visit often.  Thanks again for visiting us today.

Have a great week!
Karen

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Really Reasonable Ribbon January Blog Hop


Hello everyone and welcome to another amazing Blog Hop here at the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog!


Today you will see some great projects using our January Ribbon Club Assortment from our very talented design team. They always come up with some super ideas. 





Isn't this assortment great??  It contains 9 styles and a total of 17 yards.  If you aren't already a ribbon club member, why not join us today!  You will get a fun new ribbon assortment shipped automatically each month.

Now let's get hopping and see what our fabulous design team has created this month!

Here is our blog hop list.  If you get lost along the way, hop on back here and we'll get you back on track.

Really Reasonable Ribbon's Ramblings

Now, be sure to leave some love at all the stops along the way. Your comments are most appreciated!


At the end of the hop, comment on this post answering the question below for a chance to win our January Ribbon Club assortment shown below.
Prize is offered to customers with US shipping addresses only.



Our question of the month is:
What is the temperature and snow total outside your house?

Also please know that if you are sitting pretty in a warm climate - I hate you!  (NO not really, but you should appreciate your climate!)  It's been below freezing for a long time in NY and in the negative numbers as well and we are all very cranky.  :)  Perfect time for getting crafty though!!

Our winner will be selected from the numbered comments on this post on Thursday, January 18th. Be sure to check back on Thursday evening to see if you are our lucky winner.

Thanks so much for hopping with us today. We hope you'll stop by and so some shopping at Really Reasonable Ribbon soon.

~Bonnie Garby~

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Every Act of Kindness...

Hi there ribbon lovers.  Bonnie here today with a new card featuring some of the gorgeous ribbons from the January Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
This card is a little 'cleaner' than my usual card because I was playing with some new Echo Park Stencils I just got from Paper-Garden.  I kind of like this look, how about you?
For a little added pizzazz I ran a piece of Hot Pink Checkerboard Satin from the January Ribbon Club Assortment across the center of the card under the sentiment.  The left side is secured behind the sentiment panel and the right side was run through a Pearl Square Ribbon Buckle and then the end was dove-tailed.  This is a great ribbon treatment when you want to keep the card flat for mailing.
My card was topped off with my favorite bi-color bow created on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool using ribbons from the January Ribbon club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  The center of the bow was adorned with a White Acrylic Daisy Embellishment.

For a video tutorial on how to make this pretty bow, please click HERE.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  For more information on the other products used on my card, please visit my Make Time to Craft Blog.



Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Clean and Simple Birthday Card

Hello, Friends!  Happy New Year!  Do you have a card style that you really struggle with?  For me, it's the Clean and Simple (CAS) card that gives me the most trouble.  I recently needed to make a birthday card for our dear daughter who loves clean lines, modern design and no frills, thank you very much.  But can you use ribbon on a CAS card?  Yes.  Yes you can.


Our daughter loves to explore new places, so this retired Travel Girl paper from October Afternoon was "just the ticket" for her birthday gift card.  I did my level best to keep my layers and embellishments to a minimum.  I chose papers with fresh, modern colors and graphics.  Over all, I think the card looks pretty clean and simple. 



But it just didn't look finished to me without ribbon.  To keep the bow cluster in line with my CAS design, I chose to work with Topaz Delicate Stitched Satin and Metal Gray Mini Swiss Dot Satin Ribbons.  See how perfectly they match the polka dot paper layer? That made my heart happy!  Of course I used my Zutter Bow-it-All Tool to create the bow cluster.  How could I craft without it?


Inside the card I added a little note along with some gift cards for her to use on her travels.  This was a quick and easy card to make, and I might just try my hand at a few more of these simpler card designs.

Wishing you lots of time to create in 2018!
Cheerio,
kathy