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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Best of Luck

Welcome back and excited to share with you one of the beautiful ribbons which is two-sided in February's Ribbon Club Month assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.com. 

Do you know that St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner, Thursday, March 17th.  These beautiful green and yellow ribbon assortments would be perfect for those St. Patrick's Day projects or cards.  Really Reasonable Ribbon also sells each ribbon separately from the club month as well.

This gorgeous two-sided ribbon is the 3/8" Crosshatch on Emerald Satin Ribbon.  It has the green and white print on one side and the solid emerald green color on the other side.  WOW!
 
I used my Zutter Bow It All bow maker to make this bow.  This time, I formed one bow and then cut the ribbon to form the other bow and tied the green ribbon around the printed ribbon.  I used the 3/8" Scor-Tape to stick the bow and ribbon onto the card.  Bonnie has a great tutorial to do these bows without cutting the ribbon and would suggest watching her U-Tube video https://www.pinterest.com/pin/175499716706586900/.
If you really love ribbon and would like to have a wonderful assortment of ribbons sent to you automatically each month, just join the Really Reasonable Ribbon Club! Monthly ribbon club assortments are selected and pre-packed to reflect a specific theme, color, or holiday season. The assortments vary from month to month, but an average assortment has 9 different ribbon styles and consists of 16-18 yards of ribbon.  The total price of each monthly assortment is $9.50 and includes the shipping/handling fee too!
 
Scrapy Land.com dies used:
Sue Wilson Designs:  Expression-Best Of Luck, Delicate Garden Frame and Tag, Gemini Die-Orion
Sue Wilson Designs:  Rambling Blossom
 
Would enjoy hearing from you.  Please leave a comment and if you have questions, I will reply or just e-mail me at lehill@mtida.net.  Thanks again for stopping by!!!
 
I am entering this card in Double D Challenge - Feeling the Green.
 
 
 
 
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