Cosy Winter Rustic Christmas Banner for the Really Reasonable Ribbon November 2021 Blog Hop
Hello, Friends! This Cosy Winter Rustic Christmas Banner is my inspiration piece for the Really Reasonable Ribbon November 2021 Blog Hop. You should be coming here from Ginny’s beautiful blog. Today we’re celebrating the lovely Vintage Christmas Ribbon Club Assortment.
This might just be my favorite Christmas Ribbon Club Assortment ever! Just look at those darling little snowy house, cheery cardinals, nostalgic plaid and elegant script ribbons! The neutral, softer color palette made this ribbon a perfect playmate for my Cosy Winter paper collection.
Banners and Christmas just seem to go together, don’t they? And this one is so easy to make!
Next, decorate between each pennant with vintage buttons and Tan Delicate Stitched Satin ribbon, Then add some rusty snowflakes and mini jingle bells to amp up the vintage vibe.
Now look through your stash of winter embellishments. You’ll be sure to find some special goodies to dress up your banner.
Add just the right rustic touch with little burlap string bows.
Now finish the corners with festive bow clusters. Vintage Christmas Plaid Ribbon pairs nicely with burlap string bows. Bright poinsettias and white bead/berry clusters add extra cheer.
On With the Hop!
Now pop on over to Cheryl’s lovely blog to see what treats she has in store for you! Be sure to finish the hop over on the RRR Blog. If you answer Bonnie’s Question of the Month, your name will be entered into a drawing to win your very own Vintage Christmas Ribbon Club Assortment.
But you don’t have to be sad if you are not the lucky winner! It’s easy and affordable to sign up for the Monthly Ribbon Club. You can find out all about it HERE. Getting your Ribbon Club Assortment in the mail each month is a great way to build up your ribbon stash. It’s also like getting a Christmas present 12 times a year. What joy!
You can find a linked supply list for this project below my post.
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