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This is the place to visit for a little ribbon inspiration.  We aim to share ideas and tips for using ribbons and buttons in your crafting.  All our new and exciting ribbons, kits and goodies will be shown here first.  We will keep you up to date with what is happening with the Crafty Ribbons Team!  Don't miss out - check back regularly for all the latest news.


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All that we have done!

Crazy day

We have all had a crazy day today.  The exhibition stand came back so empty from The Stitch and Craft show at Olympia, that we ALL helped with restocking for the Hobbycraft Show at the NEC this week.  Even Tony, who is partially colour blind.  Can you imagine - we had to tell him which peg to put some bags of ribbon onto.  In the end we decided he was creating more work for the rest of us!!!!  The stand is nowhere near complete and the loading bay looks as if a bomb has exploded, with crates of stock all over the place.  It will all be back to normal tomorrow evening - fingers crossed!!!

We only just remembered to pick the winner for this weeks Friday FREEBIE as everyone was ready to go.  So the winner is.......

...of the Polka Dot 15mm WANT IT ALL Collection

No. 7 - Tams

Tams wrote - Wow some fabulous entries for the spring competition!! I love the little egg boxes!!

As for the pretty ribbons!! they just make me go all dotty!! I shall sign on the dotted line!!

Have a fabulous weekend!

You know what to do Tams - send us an email to craftyribbons@gmail.com with your address and we will post a load of Dots to you!  Thanks for your wonderful comments, we all had fun reading them.  I will continue showing you the Easter challenge goodies again this week, so keep looking.

Just in case you are wondering, we have not locked the little ones in a metal cage. This is one of the cages we use in the lorry, it's on wheels and they have been playing with it, pushing each other around.

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