Monday, February 13, 2012

Really Reasonable Ribbon February Blog Hop


Hello everyone and welcome to another amazing Blog Hop here at the Really Reasonable Ribbon's Ramblings Blog! 

For all of our challenge lovers, be sure to stop back on the 15th when we post our next RRRR Challenge. New challenges are posted on the 1st and 15th of each month. We would love to have you join in.

Today you will see some great projects using our wildly popular February Ribbon Club Assortment from our very talented design team. They always come up with some super ideas.

 

Isn't this assortment great??  It contains 8 styles and a total of 16 yards.  If you aren't already a Ribbon Club member, why not join us today!  You will get a fun new ribbon assortment shipped automatically each month.

Now let's get hopping and see what our fabulous design team has created this month!

Here is our blog hop list.  If you get lost along the way, hop on back here and we'll get you back on track.
Really Reasonable Ribbon's Ramblings

Now, be sure to leave some love at all the stops along the way. Your comments are most appreciated!

At the end of the hop, comment on this post answering the question below for a chance to win our February Ribbon Club assortment shown below.


Our question of the month is:


What kind of crafter are you and what are your main craft interests??

Are you a one-trick pony, or are you like me and you dabble in all crafts?  I am a papercrafter, quilter, beader, knitter, hairbow makers, etc, etc, etc.  Anything I see I want to try.  I get bored with one thing for too long, so I hop around to different things and then back again.  Tell us about your crafting interests.


Our winner will be selected from the numbered comments on this post on Friday, 2/17 using random.org. Be sure to check back on Friday evening to see if you are our lucky winner.

Thanks so much for hopping with us today. We hope you'll stop by and so some shopping at Really Reasonable Ribbon soon.

~Bonnie Garby~





34 comments:

Rebecca W said...

While I like trying many differnt crafts- I love scrapbooking and card making becuase I can really find my creative outlet there. I do some crossstich and knitting but haven't become proficent enough to create my own patterns and such so I am more following a pattern rather than going with the flow which I do as I papercraft or scrap. rlovew1976@yahoo.com

Hlora said...

very beautiful ribbons!
As for me - I love cardmaking a lot)

Jane said...

Hi I love all crafts but my main hobbies are silversmithing, beading and card making.I really wish I had the time to do more but going to work just gets in the way!! ;0)I really love entering card challenges as I think they are a great start for inspiration.
Great hop, lovely cards...did you realise the 1st 2 links take you both to Trudy? I found the link for Judy on Trudy's post.
Thanks and hello from the UK,
Hugs,
Jane x

Rosalind Eddy said...

I love the art of scrapbooking, as it leaves a history that my family will enjoy for years. However, I have for the last 6 years - creating Cards for Missionaries who visit Nursing Homes and Shut Ins, Last year we did 861 cards - our goal this year is 1,000. This was my first full blog hop. I truly enjoyed it and have loads of ideas for cards with my RRR Monthly delivery :)

Janice said...

I remember always being interested in some craft. I have tried crochet, knitting, and needlepoint. I have found I love paper-crafts! Card-making is my #1 favorite thing to do. I love ribbons and trim and have quite the collection that I have amassed. Rubber stamps also seem to multiply in my craft-room :).

I think I have been doing this for more than 15 years now. I was scrap-booking before they called it that! Of course there are so many trims, tools and papers now, so many more than ever before.
I find that I can definitely not just make the jump on over to "digital" scrap-booking. It is not for me. I love the paper too much. Digital photography- now that is a different story! I can be perfectly happy never touching another roll of film again.
Thanks for the opportunity to win the Feb. Ribbon Club Assortment. Great blog hop!

Bryngelson said...

First of all... I am a terribly slow crafter. I can sit for hours with a card and never feel quite happy with it. I like to try lots of different things but I always end up with paper. That's just the way it is.

DonnaSue said...

I have been cardmaking and scrapbooking for many years and just love it! It's my favorite pasttime.

NinaN said...

Beautiful work everyone!

I am a scrapbooker/card maker. And occasionally other decor items :)

THE HOOSIER STAMPER said...

I'm mainly a cardmaker at this time. I do however love to crochet, and use to make lot of things over the years at the school craft shows. Like country bunnies an cinnamon stick reindeers with cute little bell noses...now I'm stuck on stamping and have been for the last 7 years, hooked! I love lots of foo foo on my cards. I started doing Easel cards and now I have an Etsy shop and the folks seem to love them, sooo I keep making them. I love the green ribbon. Although I'm half Irish, I don't make that many cards for it, but seeing this blog hop, gave me tons of ideas on how to use it on lots of other cards! Thanks for the blog hop and the great ideas! Hugs! Leah Ann

Tami Mayberry said...

I love crafts of all kinds but none have held my interest as long as paper :)

sharon said...

Hiya. Just love all the ribbons in the store...not seen them before. I started crafting about three/four yrs ago. My first craze was Cardmaking and all things messy with inks/paper/stamps etc.
Just recently I have been taken over by a Jewellery making addiction. I have always been a dabbler in art, but since being stuck at home all day with a Neuropathic complaint, I found crafting to be brilliant therapy. It really gives me a buzz - plus everyone seems so friendly.I am just getting used to the social network thingy - but cant sit for too long at one time. I would like to do a bit of sewing too. In fact I think I would like to try EVERYTHING crafty! But there are not enough hours in a day! Love Sharon xxx

Shannon A. said...

I love to make hairbows the most! I also have been dabbling in making crinkle toys for babies recently.

Kemma said...

What kind of crafter are you and what are your main craft interests??
I am an all over crafter too, love to try new things and get bored doing the same thing over and over. I just subscribed to the ribbon club and look forward to getting my first set!
Thanks
Kim aka Kemma

Gloria Stengel said...

Great hop ladies! This is fun each month - getting to see what the rest of the team makes since we don't share ahead of time! Some super creative things this time around! Hugs!

G.

Bernie said...

What a great hop!!! I think I was born crafting. I my mother cards out of candy wrappers, bits of string, ribbons, Easter grass, etc., before I even started going to school. Since then I've dabbled in a host of different crafts and still do but I always come back to my first love, card making. So many techniques it never gets boring.
Thanks for the chance to win these lovely ribbons.
Blessings Bernie

sharon said...

Hiya! I just got back from the blog hop. I left a comment before I set off.( By mistake) sorry. So I wont repeat myself. Best wishes, Sharon xxx England. PS I love papercrafting,jewellery making and sewing.

soccermom23 said...

Right now, card making is my thing. I also like scrapbooking. I used to cross stitch, but haven't done that in a while. Thanks for the chance to win ribbon!

soccermom23 said...

I forgot to say how much I enjoyed the hop. Great job ladies!

McStamper said...

Great hop - thanks for the ideas. I love so many types of crafting but I started out in sewing and I love the look of stitching that is now so popular in paper and mixed media projects.

Linda Imler said...

What a wonderful hop, loved it!!

Linda I.

To answer your question of the month: I do scrapbooking, card makering, beading and reading

lakeslady said...

Your blog hop and all the design team ar RRR have made my day. It was cetainly worth the jump across the big pond to see and admire all the different designs showcasing Bonnies wonderful ribbons. Thank you for sharing your talents with me.

Carol E said...

I loved the hop and seeing all the dt creativity. I like scrapbooking and card making and I am kinda of self taught. Love getting ideas from hopping. Thanks for the chance to win.

Indy said...

What kind of crafter are you and what are your main craft interests??

My main craft interests are making cards and clay ornaments. I'm not a big sewer, but love making bags out of Capri-Sun bags. I dabble in beads and charms making book marks. One of these days, I am going to learn how knit and crochet.

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Love the greens on this! I used to craft with lots of things, sewing, clay, painting, but now I am strictly a paper crafter!
Carri~abusybee
www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

Trish said...

Hi,
I mostly make cards, but I do dabble in a few other interests such as scrapbooking, knitting, cross stitch and encaustic art.
Hugs,
Trish

Char said...

Love the blog hop and seeing all the different uses for the ribbon. I have to admit I love your ribbons!!
Now as for the question, I am pretty much a card maker, I take breaks now and again, but that's my biggest love but I also dabble in crochet, knitting, photography and any other craft that beckons me at the moment.

Char- The Mad Shopper said...

I am all over the place with my crafting. I love any and all things papercraft, stamping, mixed media, art journaling, sewing, beading, weaving... and the list goes on. Right now I am making shadowboxes with the theme of sewing.

Laraine R said...

Great blog hop! Lots of ideas!! I love card making and an starting to scrapbook. I also do cross-stitch and crocheting!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Pearl said...

Wow what fab projects from your team! I hope I win these ribbons now because I'm so inspired I want to try so many of the projects Ive seen here! What kind of a crafter am I? A lot like you, I want to have a go at everything. But I do like using natural things like dried flowers and leaves and grasses. We cant make anything as beautiful as God has already made! We can only try and copy to the best of our abilities.
Love Pearl x

hueisei said...

I'm more to sewing. But the ribbons very suitable for making a embelishments for my bag. Thanks!

Maggie Schoener said...

Basically I'm a paper crafter - cards and scrapbooking. Other crafts have gone by the wayside. I do use sewing on some of my cards. Love the ribbons this month and all the cards and projects were fantastic.

FrancineB said...

I am a scrapbooker, cardmaker, arts and crafts person. I do a little sewing, but it's not my favorite. I know how to basic knit, but, once again, not my favorite. I like photography and just about anything that will allow me to be creative.