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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!

What happens to time!

Where has this week gone? I had so much planned, but seem to be running out of time to achieve everything by tomorrow!

If you want just a little bit more inspiration on what you can do with our Strawberry Shortcake ribbons, then look no further - we have boxes, cards, a door hanger, notelets and a memory book. Phew1 I had better get started.

This "sweet wishes" box was created by Kim, it is just adorable.  The little girl is holding a basket of strawberries.

Maybe this is what I need to get all my work done.  I could hang it on my office door.  Not sure the photo shows the the finer detail - but the ribbons have been machine stitched.

Would I ever hang it this way round?!

The colours are just perfect Kim, lime and pink - yummy.  I do hope your son is getting better.


Poppy made this delightful lilac card, with best wishes running along the edge.  These strawberry ribbon colours seem to be just perfect they match with so many different colour combos.

This set of notelets made by Poppy are just what is called for to scribble a quick note, and how delightful they look with the matching ribbons.

I think some of Leighs sticky letters got lost in the post!  But we all know what she was thinking of.

Leigh this card is fun.

This is a really good idea Leigh, a memory book or sometimes called a brag book.

Inside the book are a couple of photos.  These photos are from Leighs sons wedding back in October, (do you remember Tony and I went to the reception on the Saturday evening of The Knitting and Stitching show at Alexandra Palace).  It was a wonderful evening, the table flowers were all in pumpkins to create a autumnal feeling - with lots of ribbon, of course!

There is one more set of goodies to arrive, from Gail and her 4 year old Samantha, fingers crossed they arrive tomorrow then we will be able to set a NEW challenge.

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