Friday, October 13, 2017

Really Reasonable Ribbon October Blog Hop

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

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

Isn't this assortment great??  It contains 9 styles and a total of 17 yards of ribbon and crochet lace.  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 October Ribbon Club assortment shown below.
Prize is offered to customers with US shipping addresses only.

Our question of the month is:
What is your favorite Christmas/holiday cookie or baked treat?

Our winner will be selected from the numbered comments on this post on Wednesday, 10/18. Be sure to check back on Wednesday 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~


  1. Oh my goodness - there are so many favorite items at Christmas to eat - I am thinking of Frosted Sugar Cookies - you cannot eat just one! LOL - Thanks for the amazing hop and the lovely ribbon on display - have a blessed week

  2. My favorite baked Christmas treat are a Scandinavian cookie called Sandbakkels. They are light and buttery, and SO delicious. I make them every year, and I use my Grandma's original Sandbakkel tins. Here's a link if anyone would like to see them:


  3. My favorite baked item for the holidays is Peanut Brittle! I absolutely love it!!

  4. My favorite Christmas treat is my grandmothers recipe for homemade Date Nut Bread. It wouldn't be the holidays without it.

  5. Wonderful ribbons and I enjoyed the blog hop. I like my mom's recipe for butterscotch cut out cookies.

  6. Fabulous hop! Love the ribbons! One of my favorite is Peanut butter blossoms with a hershey kiss in the center (family favorite).

  7. I enjoyed all the projects along the hop! Beautiful assortment of ribbons for holiday creating!
    Every year I make a recipe of Almond Bar Cookies that are a family favorite! I got the recipe when my daughter was in preschool, and she is 34 now!

  8. I'm back from the hop and I've seen so many beautiful creations with your gorgeous ribbons!

  9. Oh my! I have enjoyed every stop along the way of this amazing hop. I love the cards and decorating ideas and lovely ways of adding some of the pretty ribbon to everything.
    Thank you so much for sharing. :)
    As for fav Christmas treats, I dream all year for a taste of my home made gluten free Fruitcake. I know its not always the most popular treat but I add lots of spices and toasted pecans and glace cherries. Nothing says Christmas more to me than a hot cup of tea and a slice of the cake while curled up in the arm chair listening to the carols by the lights of the tree. Snowflakes floating by the windows just makes everything perfect. <3

  10. Beautiful projects and Ribbon!
    My favorite cookie is from a recipe
    my mom got from the PTA. They’re called
    Patrol Dillys because allegedly moms used to bring in baked goods for the patrol guards. Patrol guards used to be 6th-8th grade boys ( sorry-it was the 1960s-70’s) who were crossing guards for several school crosswalks by our school. Drivers actually used to stop when the patrol boys would whistle and extend their flagged poles across the street. There were no cell phones or TEXTING back then. Anyway, you lay graham crackers on a greased jelly roll pan (with sides on it), melt butter and mix in sugar and vanilla until bubbly. Add some chopped nuts and pour over the top of the graham crackers. Bake for 10 mins until butter mixture bubbles over the crackers. Cool just a little (don’t let them cool too much or the butter/sugar coating starts to harden and makes it hard to cut) cut apart and place on surface to cool completely. They taste like toffee. Sometimes we melt some chocolate and drizzle over the top.

  11. LOve your new group of ribbons!!! So festive and perfect for all our holiday cards we are making! Love Christmas cookies but mostly in decorating them so my fav is just yummy plain sugar cookies and gingerbread men. I make them and chocolate dipped pretzels each year and they make such nice gifts!

    1. This comment has been removed by the author.

  12. One of my favorite Christmas cookies is Apricot Pastries --- my mom used to make them every year!

  13. The smell of gingerbread baking. Gingerbread cookies of all kind gingerbread men and angels!

  14. I used to make a carrot cake at the holidays. Love those.


We'd love to hear what you have to say