Rustic Ribbons for Christmas

RRR Blog Hop BadgeRustic  Ribbons for Christmas

Hello, Ribbon Lovers!  It’s time for our November Blog Hop at Really Reasonable Ribbon!  You should be coming here from Dana’s Blog.  If you get lost along the way, I have a list of all the blogs below. This month, we are featuring the delightfully rustic ribbons from the November Ribbon Club Assortment. I love using rustic ribbons for Christmas projects.  They add that homey, nostalgic touch that makes us feel all warm and cozy.  Here’s a peeky at this wonderful ribbon assortment:

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This photo doesn’t really do these gorgeous ribbons justice because you can’t really see the shine and texture.  Being a lover of all things vintage, these rustic ribbons are precisely my cup of tea and I used them to add the perfect finishing touch to some beautiful Christmas cards. I’m sharing a couple of them here with you today.

RRR Blog Hop 01I love the little gold thread that runs through this rustic plaid ribbon!  It was the perfect accent for this card made with an image from Crafty Secret’s Christmas journal and My Mind’s Eye Vintage Christmas papers.

RRR Blog Hop 02

I used this same ribbon on this sweet vintage card:

RRR Blog Hop 05This card also has a little wreath made from hemp cord. 

From here, you will hop over to visit Cherry’s blog.  If you get lost along the way, here’s a list of all the stops to help you get back on track.

RRR Blog – http://www.reasonableribbon.blogspot.com/

Guest Designer:  Gloria Stengel – http://gloriascraps.blogspot.com/

Ginny – http://pollyspaper.wordpress.com/

Amber Milone – http://www.pinkchicpaperdesign.blogspot.com/

Bonnie – http://www.maketime2craft.com/

Karen Letchworth – http://www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com/

Heather Hudson – http://heatherahudson.blogspot.com/

Teresa – http://victorianpaperqueen.blogspot.com/

Jenn – http://www.jaxbeanstalks.blogspot.com/

Dana Joy – http://www.gotjoycreations.blogspot.com/

Kathy – http://www.kathybydesign.com/

Cherry – http://cherrysjubileehome.blogspot.com/

RRR Blog – http://www.reasonableribbon.blogspot.com/

Be sure to stop by each blog and leave a little love behind, then go answer Bonnie’s question of the month for a chance to win your very own November Ribbon assortment!  Happy hopping!

Cheerio,

kathy

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39 thoughts on “Rustic Ribbons for Christmas

  1. DebiB

    By the time I get near the end of this blog hop I am always so in awe of the wonderful projects that I am speechless. Beautifully creative work! TFS

  2. carol

    Hi Kathy these are beautiful cards. Love the sweet picture of the children on the first card, they are gorgeous and the ribbon goes so well x

  3. Robin

    Your cards brought Christmas to my heart today! I love both of them, especially the first one with the darling, litle children image. So sweet!

  4. Joyce

    Kathy, love your beautiful vintage Christmas card. Great combination of papers with gorgeous ribbon accents.

  5. Amber Milone

    Oh my word Kathy!! These are just out of this world beautiful. The first one is spectacular with all of the machine stitching. I love love love that banner on the top. Both images are so sweet and vintage Christmas! It makes me warm and excited for the holidays just looking at them. Your creations are always a feast for the eyes!

  6. soozyb2013

    Really like the little kids playing in the snow. You have “done” it again Kathy! great choice of colours. Happy creating.

  7. Darlene Pavlick

    WOW! Just gorgeous projects and I LOVE this ribbon pack … so pretty! You are the Queen of Collage … thanks for amazing inspiration! I know, you’re probably tired of saying the same thing over & over but I just can’t help it! You do inspire me! LOL! HUGS

  8. Jen

    Oh kathy I really love your e mails however the ribbons are out of this world. Really jealous
    Love to all from Cheshire xxxxjen

  9. Candy Colwell

    Kathy…your Christmas cards are beautiful!!! I am a lover of the traditional red and green Christmas colors on cards but I may have to rethink that! :). Your two cards with their deep, rich rustic colors are stunning. The gingham ribbon is such a nice compliment for your card designs. Your bows are always perfect. Both of your cards are so different but each so pretty! <3 Candy

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