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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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After a lot of nagging and several large prods (almost shoves) from several Crafty team members, we have joined the social networking groups twitter and facebook.  I am very new to this, so please bear with me while I learn the ropes, although I have been promised (by more then one person) that tweets and updates will be made by others at Crafty Ribbons - we will see. 

So please become our friend on Facebook HERE and a follower of us on Twitter HERE - at the moment we look a little bit like billy no mate!!!

Glad you all like the Hello wednesday pansies, I promise to do a tutorial when we launch the ribbon, as for the flower planter I picked this up at a garden centre in France.  I am sure there must be something similar in our garden centres.

Before we left for Paris I sent out some of our NEW Seam Binding Ribbons to several DT members, here is what they have come up with.

This card was made by Maxine and she is a DT member for The Crafty Pad.  She couldn't wait until she was supposed to use has plenty left for the challenge when it is due to be used. What wonderful colours Maxine.


I adore this colour combo that Mandy has used.  I had not even noticed that the seam binding matched up with our delightful lime large spotty buttons. Another winning combo.  Mandy has some wonderful ideas for using the seam binding in different ways, last time I spoke to her she was going for a play!!

Rachie and I are trying to re-stock the exhbition stand for our first UK show in Glasgow, (the first week of March) .....not a simple task!

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