Party / Event Planning
I’ve got a cute and easy project to share with you! I made this fun little treat bag all from May Arts ribbon! I’ve used the 2.5” cotton blend with no print for my base, sewing 3 strips of it together. After they were stitched I turned the top edge down to create a tunnel,…Read more.
I’ve got some fun, party decor for you today, in the form of these decorative milk bottles. One of the things I like to do is mix up some of my favorite color combinations, so, for this project, I’m going with a pink, silver and white theme which is perfect not only for upcoming Valentine’s…Read more.
Hi everyone! It’s Ribbonista Karen and today I am sharing a little project called Sweets for my Sweets. I know that it seems like Christmas was just here – it probably doesn’t help that I am scrapbooking pictures right now from Christmas past! I still have Santa on the brain. But Valentine’s Day is just…Read more.
I have a confession to make – I am not much of a New Year’s Eve kind-of girl! I have absolutely nothing against the evening, it’s just that it is next to impossible for me to make until midnight! Having said that, with this new little craft up my sleeve, I might have to make…Read more.
Surprise ribbon LOVERS!! Michele here today with some pretty pink birthday party decor. Here is what you will need. Ribbon Used: 1/8 inch Pink Solid Stitched Center ribbon BT97, 1 yard 5 inch Pink Tulle 471-5-17, 1 yard 1.5 inch Pink Sheer Ribbon with Velvet Dots QD-17 1 yard Other Supplies Used: Wood…Read more.
I’ve got a fun party favor to share with you today that isn’t just for kids. Actually, these are already in the mail to some crafty friends, thanking them for helping me celebrate a recent milestone. There are a multitude of occasions that call for party favors and I’d much rather pass out something made…Read more.
I’ve got an easy and fun project to share today! I wanted to create a little tassel bunting that I could keep up for fall, so I pulled out several colors of raffia: champagne, orange and red. You could easily switch up colors for different seasons! I began by determining the size I wanted the…Read more.
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