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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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Ribbon and Button Jewellery week - Bracelets

I think I could be the queen of bracelets.
I never used to wear them, but after my op on my thumb last August I was left with (what I thought) was a nasty scar on my wrist.

Bracelets came to my rescue, I layer them up, two or three at a time.
I love the way they move up and down my wrist - they make me smile!

So here we go, bracelet time with buttons and ribbons.

This is Seam Binding! Honest.
I wanted a vintage natural look for this bracelet,
so after going up and down our ribbon aisles for a while, dismissing all the bright ribbons.
I ended up in the seam binding section, ummmm nice colours but a little wide?

Not at all, it threaded through a normal needle, so it went through the buttons like a dream!
Find this cashmere seam binding here, and the vintage buttons here

Go on have a play with ribbons and buttons, make a bracelet and have fun jangling all day! 

Here is a little more inspiration

I made this for a Hello Wednesday project here

Laura also used seam binding to make this

Read more here

Laura loves her Neon ribbons and made this stunning bracelet

Details here

I just love this bracelet Laura made (I want one!)

Read how she did it here, buttons can be found here

I hope we have your taste buds a popping today............
......go on......... a little bit of jewellery making.

You only need ribbons and buttons!


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Thursday 25th and Friday 26th JULY


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