Monday, February 2, 2015

Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner Giveaway!

I had so much fun making the prize ribbons featured on the Robin's Nest blog yesterday I had to make more.

These are great to make for so many occasions.  It's also a fantastic way to use up bits of paper and ribbon from your stash.  I made these smaller ones to send out as random acts of kindness.  Most of these have images from Lisa's Altered Art.

Since the small ones were fun I decided to try making one using an 8x8 pad of paper.

This October Afternoon paper is perfect for book lovers.  
Well, time to try 12x12 paper. 

This one is by far my favorite.  I used a vintage tart tin in the center instead of a rosette.  I liked it so much I made it twice. 
And one more bookish ribbon to round out today's post.
This one used a bunch of Graphic 45 paper and chipboard center.
If you want to see how I made them I did a tutorial on the Robin's Nest.  

I hope you enjoy these as much as I do!
I decided to give one winner a prize ribbon.  Enter below.
I will choose one winner on February 9th.  
Good luck!
Craft Hoarders Anonymous Choose your Challenge- ink, lace,fold, distress, ephemera

What have you been crafting?

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    1. Thanks Leticia!! So glad you popped over here :)

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    1. Thank you Chi!!! Hope to see you soon!

  3. I have made these before when we had a cancer scrap event! I forgot how fun they are! Thanks for the reminder and I absolutely adore all the different ones you made:::
    You make me want to make some for my teacher friends

    1. I had so much fun making them and I am still making them. I love how you can use the same paper, but make them look so different just by layering differently. I'd love to see what you make!

  4. Btw, I would totally give the ribbon to me! Because I love every one!

    1. HA! Thanks Sarah! You totally rock and deserve a ribbon. Keep those fingers crossed.


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