My husband is a teacher, so I am always on the lookout for cute ideas to decorate his classroom. This is a super easy vase that I made for him. It would make a great back-to-school gift for the teachers in your life. Find a vase (or even a can) that you would like… Read more.
Have you seen these pretty pots from Ikea? I’ve loved them since they came out- they already have so much charm with the lacey top! I started thinking how fun it would be to add some color to them with ribbon! I carefully laced some ¼” robin’s egg blue silk through the holes- when I… Read more.
Now is the time that kitchens are put to use when the harvest of the garden and all the hard work is set to can to enjoy through the year. We prepared some strawberry jam a bit ago and decided to give some jars away as gifts recently. I have a quick and super cute… Read more.
Hi Ladies, this is your Prima Ribbonista Mallika again with another brand new tutorial for all creative brains. Today, I’ll be showing you all how make these pretty shabby layered doily flowers. They are super quick and simple to make. I make these in huge batches and then use them for making headbands, fabric books… Read more.
I love celebrations, but you know, ribbon makes everything even more special. Instead of buying a bunch of balloons, I decide to get one, but to give it a little make-over. Cut strips of tulle to wrap over the balloon. Tie each one off with a small piece of twine, so as not to… Read more.
Welcome to the Spellbinders Summer Road Trip Partner Hop! We are so excited you’re here. Let’s get started, but be sure to read to the end for the Spellbinders giveaway, plus a bonus giveaway from us! Our first tutorial is by Emily Lanham: When most people see hearts, they think love and Valentine’s Day…… Read more.
I’ve got a fun headband project to share today! I found this tutorial, which includes a pattern to make a trendy headband. I put this adorable Camelot Fabric print to work with May Arts 5/8” turquoise elastic ribbon. I ironed then cut out my fabric using the pattern provided. You can see that it doesn’t… Read more.
Remember the cute apron we created from an old pair of jeans and beautiful May Arts Ribbon? I saved the paint free sections of the cut off legs because I hate throwing anything away that has craft potential. 🙂 Here’s an idea that’s easy and quick and could be used in many different ways. I… Read more.
Babies soon grow to be toddlers whose little hands are ready for learning new things. Why not create your little one a set of durable threading cards? I created these kid friendly cards using free silhouette images I found online. I simply enlarged the images to fit an 8 ½” x 11” sheet of… Read more.
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