Saturday, April 13, 2024

Really Reasonable Ribbon April Blog Hop

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

Today our very talented design team will be showcasing Flowers or Mother's/Father's Day. They always come up with some super ideas. 

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.

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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 a $10 gift certificate for Really Reasonable Ribbon plus one digital stamp set from Bonnie Garby Designs.
Ribbon gift certificate prize is offered to customers with US shipping addresses only.

PLUS one digital stamp bundle from Bonnie Garby Designs
(this bundle or bundle of your choice)

Our question of the month is:
Who saw the eclipse last week and how was it if you saw it?  

Our winner will be selected from the numbered comments on this post on Wednesday, April 17th. 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. I saw the eclipse and it was really spectacular I live in Texas and was in the direct pathway of it so I got a perfect view from my front yard! My favorite part was how the temperature dropped! I've lived in Texas all my life and I hate hot weather! Lol

  2. I saw it on TV from a variety of locations...too cloudy in my area for a live sighting.

  3. Unfortunately it was cloudy here so I didn't get to see the eclipse, but did see pictures on tv. Pretty amazing! And those cards for the blog hop were pretty amazing too! Lots of inspiration!

  4. Nope, couldn't see because of clouds, so TV had to suffice. My son (and friends) drove from OR to TX to experience totality. Oldest granddaughter goes to college in a suburb of Cleveland, so she got to see and feel the moon shadow. Daughter (and other grands) drove to a totality path in MO...grandson took wonderful photos to share with me. This level of solar totality doesn't cross the USA that often...definitely an event to experience! Beautiful work from your Design Team...much appreciated!

  5. I didn't see the eclipse in my area. I did, however, watch it live on the Nasa YouTube channel.

  6. I was very fortunate that the clouds cleared for about 30 mins so i was able to see the eclipse! in my part of texas it was about 90% totality but fun to watch. All the items in the blog hop were pretty fun to see also.

  7. I was where it was about 94% and I couldn't find glasses so I looked up briefly but it just looked like a cloud day

  8. We were on a mini vacay in N. Georgia - we didn't see it, but it got a little dark in the afternoon while we were thrift shopping. lol

  9. Wonderful hop. Yes we saw the eclipse and it was total in our area. We had the glasses and sat on our porch.

  10. I live in Ohio, directly on the path. people in our area(central Ohio) had been preparing for .months...glasses were advertised all over.There wasn't a motel or hotel room available in Columbus.People came from all over the country to experience it. There was a party atmosphere during the time prior to the event. I wa walking down to my friends to witness it, and people were walking all over to visit and party to wait for it. Cloudy weather had been forecasted, but It was a beautiful day!
    We started watching the sky at about 1:30. Amazingly, the phases developed just exactly as predicted on the science sites that had described them. That aspect of it seemed to just blow our minds....that scientists could predict each little change..and where the dots would ebb and just how they would develop and then almost explode into the atmosphere. All of the schools were off the event, and as the changes took place, at the beginning, voices were loud and announced the it got darker,...things got quieter, until the actual eclipse. Then there was yelling , cheers, and fireworks. It did get cooler. It was both beautiful, and yet eerie. It was almost like a forewarning to take care of the planet

  11. I live in the central valley of California and we already had a cloudy day. So I had no chance of seeing the eclipse.


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