This month we are working with a beautiful Winter Woodland themed Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

Welcome to the Really Reasonable Ribbon December Blog Hop.


If you arrived here from Cheryl’s blog, you are on the right track. If not, why not head back to the RRR Blog and start from the beginning so you don’t miss any of the terrific projects.  Be sure to comment on the blog hop post on the RRR Blog for a chance to win your own December Ribbon Club Assortment.

This month the Really Reasonable Ribbon Monthly Ribbon Club Assortment is a fun Winter Woodland themed mix of ribbon.

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The December Ribbon Club Assortment contains 9 styles and a total of 18 yards of ribbon.  Each monthly assortment is a color or holiday themed ribbon collection.  What a fun way to build your ribbon stash and try new ribbon styles.

This month I’m sharing a rustic holiday greeting card. 

This is a 5-1/2″ square basic layered card with die cuts.  You can see all the layers and I added my signature mulberry paper layer behind the main panel.  Along with the bow, I used a layered bit of ribbon behind the main panel.  I love that look.  That’s a great way to use ribbon and still keep the card flat for mailing.  You could omit the bow from this card if you wanted a flatter design for mailing.


For a video tutorial on how I use mulberry paper, please click HERE.

My card is topped off with a pretty double loop bow created on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool using the pretty plaid ribbon from the December Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon. 

For a video tutorial on how to create this fun bow, please click HERE.

This headband was created on a 1/2″ Ivory Plastic Headband using the 3/8″ pinecone print ribbon from the December Ribbon Club Assortment along with 3/8″ brown double faced satin ribbon.  


For a video tutorial on how to create this headband, please click HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Your next stop is Karen’s fabulous blog.

I would love for you to leave a comment before you go.

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