Fashion / Accessories
Make your very own totally adorable Spring Wreath 🌺 Read more.
I’ve got a fun project today to share! With a few minutes and a bit of ribbon you can have pretty bracelets in nearly any color of the rainbow! I’ve used ¼” silk in pink and fuchsia along with gold metallic string for the first one. An average adult bracelet is 7”, so I tripled…Read more.
Hi all! Tami Mayberry here with you today to share another fun and easy project using May Arts ribbon from The Ribbon Resource. This Looped Bow Headband looks like it came from an expensive boutique but you’ll be amazed just how simple it actually is. Begin with two to four of your favorite ribbons. For…Read more.
Hello ribbon lovers and Top O’ The Mornin’ To Ya! I’ve got an easy Shamrock pin for you today, as well as a handy tip or two, so grab your favorite green ribbon and follow along. Ribbon Used: QD-46 1.5” Green Sheer Velvet Polka Dot Ribbon (12”) JPP-46 Parrot Green Raffia Paper Ribbon (2”)…Read more.
This is an adorable little hair clip you can make for your little bunny at Easter time and this easy step by step tutorial will show you how. Gather a hot glue gun, ribbon and some fine tip tweezer to work your ribbon into a carrot. Fold the end on each side to make a…Read more.
Hi all! Tami Mayberry here with you today to share a fun little project you can create with your May Arts ribbons. The fact that the styles of the 80’s seem to be returning, coupled with the fact that I’m an 80’s child, made creating these barrettes a given. Having long hair as a child…Read more.
I have acquired an influx of small, decorative bags and decided that they were in need of a makeover. The right amount and style of ribbon available at The Ribbon Resource was just the ticket to take the bags from ordinary to extraordinary by making custom “tassel pulls”. The transformations of each began by…Read more.
Hi all!! Tami Mayberry here with you today to share a quick and easy project I recently finished. Not too long ago my granddaughter came to visit wearing some super cute leg warmers. When I asked my daughter where she got them she informed me that she had made them herself from a pair of…Read more.
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