Way back in October when we did our monthly Blog Hop, Bonnie asked you all what you would like to see more of featured on the blog. A few of you answered "scrapbook layouts"...as did some of you from the question a few days ago. You want to see ideas on how to use ribbon on your scrapbooking layouts.
Well, I have done a couple of layouts since then, and today I want to take the opportunity to show them to you and tell you how I used the ribbon on each.
Here is "Pouty Face":
It features 2 ribbons from the RRR store...
and a twine
I used the pink gingham as a bottom border for my photo and made a bow accent to go with my embellishment cluster.
The lace serves as the base of my layered borders.
I also did a Christmas layout that was featured with one of the December Challenges.
I wanted to show it again and tell you about the ribbon that I used.
Here is "I Do Believe":
I used 4 different ribbons on this one to make my ribbon banner.
I started with 1 1/2 inch white double ruffle
topped with aqua seam binding.
To make the banner, I cut each "flag" piece and sealed the ends with a lighter.
I layered them just how I wanted them and then ran a straight stitch across the tops to bind them together.
Then, I tied loose knots in the seam binding and attached it to the top of the banner using fabric glue.
I LOVE scrapbooking and ribbon is one of my passions.
When I combine the 2, the results always make me happy!!!
I hope I have helped you a little bit today and given you ideas for using ribbon on your layouts. Thanks for visiting me today and have a Magnificent Day!