Friday, September 8, 2017

DIY Kanzashi Ribbon Flower Tutorial – Layered Petal Variation

Hi friends.  Today I’m back with another pretty Kanzashi hair clip that would be perfect for autumn.  I used a new folding technique for the layered petals and I have shared a new video below.  You can easily create similar hair clips using supplies from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

This type of Kanzashi hair clip is perfect for adults, so why not make one for yourself!

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Monday, December 2, 2013

Zutter Bow-it-All Tutorial * Easy Hair Bows with Really Reasonable Ribbon

Hi everyone. 


You are going to LOVE this hair bow project because it’s really quick and easy and you can whip one up in minutes using your favorite ribbons from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  

Great for last minute Christmas gifts!

These were inspired by some hair bows that Donna Salazar created and she gave me her permission to do a tutorial on my take on how they were made.

I’ll also be doing a quick tutorial on the video on how I made the pretty paper flower centers for these bows. 

The first three bows were made with 7/8″ Organza Ribbon.
If you don’t have the dies or the time to create the paper flowers, use the embellishment of your choice.  Buttons make a quick and easy bow center.
The bow was made using 5/8″ Red Delicate Stitched Satin and 5/8″ Sheer Cherry Organza.
The bow below was made with 1-1/2″ Pink Netting and 5/8″ White Delicate Stitched Satin.
The flower in the center is the Spellbinder Donna Salazar Rose Creations Die and I will have a quick demo on how I create these flowers on my next video.
This bow is also made with 7/8″ Organza Ribbon.
Really Reasonable Ribbon also carries a large variety of Hair Clips for your hair bow projects.
Here is my video tutorial.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today. 


I hope you are loving your Bow-it-All Tool!!

~ Bonnie ~

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Zutter Bow-it-All * Bows with Printed Ribbon Video Tutorial

So, by now I think you all know how I feel about the Bow-it-All Tool from Zutter which we are now offering at Really Reasonable Ribbon.

  But, just in case………

I LOVE IT!!!!!   

Today I’m going to show you how to tie some gorgeous fluffy, loopy bows using ribbon that has printing on one side.

Here are two cards I created with the bows I made in the video.  

The top card uses Black Satin Swiss Dots Ribbon.

I am entering the card above it the following challenges:
A Gem of a Challenge – #102 Spooky
Stamping for the Weekend – Anything Goes
The card below features our beautiful new 5/8″ Hyacinth Satin Swirls Ribbon.
I am entering the card above it the following challenges:
Allsorts Challenge Blog Week 229 – Ribbons and Bows
Sister Act Card Challenge #29 – Anything Goes
Zutter Bow-it-All  
Bows with Printed Ribbons Tutorial
Here are some hair clips I made with some bows created while making the video.
Yup, it took me a few (dozen) tries to get a finished video I was pleased with so  I have lots of pretty bows to use in future projects!!
Simply create your bow and either glue or sew it onto your choice of hair clips.  We offer a wide variety of sizes of both French Clips and Snap Clips.
The cute little clippies below were made with 

If you’ve been thinking about purchasing this awesome Bow-it-All Tool, now is the perfect time.  

We have a SALE going on now through midnight on Sunday, 10/27.  Scroll down to the sale post or follow the link to pick up your promotional code.  Think of all the gorgeous bows you can make for your upcoming holiday projects. 

 Be sure to pick up some ribbon to use while you’re shopping.  🙂

~ Bonnie ~

Supplies used:

Ribbon – Really Reasonable Ribbon

Halloween Card – Printed paper from Graphic 45, embossing folder from Spellbinders, Zutter Bow it All Tool and Distrezz it All Tool and Scor-Tape.

Let it Snow Card – Digital Sentiment Stamp from TLC Creations, Spellbinders Matting Basics, Embossing Folder from Sizzix, Scor-Tape and a snowflake brad.