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Hello ribbon lovers!! My nieces got their first American Girl dolls for their last birthday and of course their favorite thing is changing their clothes… Today I am sharing a jersey knit dress jazzed up with ribbony goodness for one of the dolls. Here is what you will need. May Arts Ribbon used: 1.5…Read more.
Hi all! Tami Mayberry here with you today to share my latest May Arts project– a custom key fob/lanyard. Not only does this help keep up with keys it’s a fun way to use your favorite May Arts ribbon, charms and even those eyelets that have been sitting on the shelf waiting to be used!…Read more.
Hello ribbon lovers!! Today I have a quick and easy way to make a plain canvas wine bag look classy and colorful for any gift giving occasion. Here is what you will need. Ribbon used: 2.5 inch Double Faced Satin-Robins Egg Blue ½ yard 3/8 inch Double Faced Satin – Robin’s Egg Blue 1…Read more.
Welcome May Arts fans this is Jenifer here with you today to share a fun way to add a little color to your decor. Pillows are an easy way to quickly change out a look in a room, you could do it annually or seasonally. With some basic sewing skills you could do this any…Read more.
On an adventure to the QuiltCon West in February I spied some fabulous ribbons in the Cotton+Steel booth. They were offering several make and takes, I chose to dig through bins of beautiful Cotton+Steel fabric scraps to make an sweet and simple pin cushion. A card with all the instructions was provided and off…Read more.
Hi All! Tami Mayberry here with you today to share another quick and easy May Arts project. Being a mom of five I’ve seen my share of pacifiers and toys dropped in stores and parking lots. Pacifier clips are a perfect solution to such problems; although, many times they are not only expensive but come…Read more.
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.
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