Showing posts with label Silk. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Silk. Show all posts

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Shabby Chic Lace & Silk Purse

Hello everyone.  Cheryl here today with a purse insert I designed using some of Really Reasonable Ribbons' Lace, Silk, and Jumbo Leaves.

I figured out a pattern I wanted and tried to combine some of my old laces with Really Reasonable Ribbon Lace to create a pretty purse for summertime.  I love the way it turned out, and enjoyed making this design using ribbon and lace from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
Here are some of the laces I used:

I made the flowers for the center out of the Silk that Bonnie carries, and let me tell you, its absolutely beautiful silk ribbon. Very easy to work with too!  I then added some vintage flowers, and the Jumbo Leaves in moss green that can be found at the Really Reasonable Ribbon store here. Lastly I added a silk bow to the top of my purse! Can't wait to use this for summertime!!
Thank you for looking and have a super wonderful day!
Hugs to all,

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Shabby Chic Vintage Purse Mini & Videos

Hello everyone, Cheryl here with a Shabby Chic /Vintage Mini Album Chipboard Purse designed for Really Reasonable Ribbon, using TONS of ribbon,lace,silk and flowers that can all be found at Really Reasonable Ribbon!

For the front of my album I used the Trellis Roses, 15mm roses, and Sweetheart Roses. Next I used the Camelle Lace  for the front as well. For my bow I used Silk, and Bonnie does have this in other colors

On this page I used the Edna Lace, Brown Crocheted Lace, Pink Pearl strand, Moss Green Leaves trim, Pink Silk, and then the Sweetheart Flowers. For the page below I used the same Silk and Edna Lace.

Here is another page using the beautiful Pink Silk, White Sweetheart Blossom Flowers and Moss Green Leaves Trim. The doily is a CottageCutz die.

On this next page I used more Edna Lace, Sheer Box pleated Trim, and  String Bead Trim, more Sweetheart Blossom in PINK :) and Pink Silk. All links are above as well.

Love this next page as it's pretty simple and will hold a photo of my 3 kids together. Again I used the Edna Lace, Brown Crocheted Lace, Moss Green Leaves and Sweetheart Blossom Flowers on this page as well. I love all the laces that Bonnie carries and used them throughout this entire album.

This next page I used the Brown Double Ruffled Edge Satin Ribbon, and Brown Sweetheart Blossom Flowers, with Edna Lace behind them.

VIDEO ON Edna Lace Rosettes 


Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!

hugs to all,

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Warm Winter Wishes

This little fox from Lawn Fawn is so sweet! I am a big animal lover and I always worry about the wild animals (and domesticated too!) finding a warm place to hang out during the cold winter months - especially during storms. I would love to have a giant ark where I could house them all during the winter!

I stamped the images on X-Press Copic Blending Cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then colored in with Copics. The little snowflake from Hambo Stamps was stamped in Archival White.

I pleated my China Doll silk ribbon below the main panel, and added Spica Glitter pens to the fox's scarf, tail and eyelashes. A little Oyster Baker's Twine and a snowflake charm finish it off.

If you haven't seen all of the beautiful hand-dyed silk ribbon in the RRR Store, click HERE. The texture is so soft and easy to manipulate, and the colors are luscious! For more Baker's Twine colors, including the new SOLIDS, click HERE.

All the farmers around here are saying we are in for a harsh winter with a lot of snow. We got about 7-8 inches in this one storm this week (Draco!) and I hope they are wrong, but if they're not, I want my animal friends to find some warm hangouts for the duration!

Stamps: Winter Fox by Lawn Fawn (available at IHP) and Small Snowflake by Hambo Stamps 
Paper: Melon Mambo, Taken With Teal, X-Press Copic Blending CS, Holly Jolly Christmas DP (Echo Park) 
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics BG72, B000, E13, RV02, RV04, R20, Spica Glitter pens, (available at IHP), Brilliance Archival White
Accessories: snowflake charm, Spellbinders dies, Blush Pearls (Kaiser), Oyster Baker's Twine & China Doll Hand Dyed Silk Ribbon (Really Reasonable Ribbon), silver thread

Monday, September 5, 2011

Vintage Silk

Hello! Connie Here. For my card today I
have used the Sympathy sentiment from the Multi Step Hearts and Rose set, and for the inside the sentiment is from the Words for Comfort and Joy set.

The DP is from Prima, and the wonderful silk
ribbon is from the Really Reasonable Ribbon store!

Please head on over to see what my fellow crew members have created today!


Also, don't forget about our 10% discount on your entire KSS purchase!! Get 10% off your order: CLICK HERE!

Thanks so much for visiting today! Have a great week!


Thursday, August 11, 2011

hugs with silk...

School is quickly approaching here and my random hugs from my little men will be on hold for much of the day. Came across this stamp the other day in my craft room and love the message.

If you haven't had the chance to work with silk ribbon I would highly suggest it. It is soft, beautiful, very easy and so very light to work with. Matches so well with any of the lace trims RRR has to offer.


Sunday, June 5, 2011

Ribbon Inspired!

Happy Kitchen Sink Monday!! My card today was totally inspired by this amazing Painted Desert Hand Dyed Silk Ribbon from the Really Reasonable Ribbon Store! When I looked at it I thought of pretty hydrangeas, so out came the 3 step Hydrangea set from Kitchen Sink Stamps!

The blue flowers were stamped with bashful Blue, Almost Amythyst, and Bordering Blue. Each step for the smaller pink flowers was stamped with Regal Rose. The DP is from Prima, and the gems are from Zva Creative!

Thanks so much for visiting today! Have a great week!


Thursday, April 7, 2011

Pastels, Pearls, and Silk

Welcome to Day Four of Wedding Week! For my project, I created a Bridal Shower or Wedding Card using soft colors, pretty pearls, and silk ribbon.

This luxurious Ivory Silk is 1 1/4" wide and adds such a glamorous look to any project. You can find seventeen different colors of solid silk right HERE in the Reasonable Ribbon store. Another lovely addition to this card are the Kaiser Kraft Adhesive Backed Pearls. One package contains 50 pearls in several sizes. You can find them HERE in the store. Thanks for stopping by today! And I hope you are inspired by all of our wedding projects this week. See you next week, Aphra.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Victorian Silk and Trim!

Hello, it's Connie again! My card today uses a few different ribbons from the Really Reasonable Ribbon store! First, the burgundy silk ribbon going across the top of the card, and tied in a bow is actually 1 1/4" wide, but I did not want it that wide for this card, so I placed scor-tape on one side length wise across the ribbon and folded it in half. I then tied a smaller bow with the full 1 1/4" ribbon. Next, I used Moss Green Leaves trim with the small flowers from Zva Creative going across my card. I sure think both help give my card the Victorian touch I was looking for!

The verse on this card is from the newly released Anchor set from Our Daily Bread Designs. The sentiment panel was then distressed with Scattered Straw and Antique Linen distress inks to match the DP, which is from Basic Grey's Curio package.

Thanks so much for visiting! For more projects and cards with ribbons from the RRR store, you can head over to my blog!


Card Details:
Images: Anchor - ODBD
Inks: Firebrick red, Scattered straw and Antique Linen Distress inks.
Paper: White, Early Espresso, Basic Grey Curio DP
Accessories: Ribbons from the Really Reasonable Ribbon Store, Zva Creative Pearls, sponges

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Peace on Earth Luminary!

Hello! This is Connie, and I am here today to show you one of my favorite projects to make, especially for holiday gifts....a luminary for a battery operated tea light!! Before I explain how I made the luminary, I must tell you about the gorgeous ribbon from the Really Reasonable Ribbon store that I used at the top of my tag window! This 1 1/4" Ivory Silk ribbon is just to die for! It is so very soft and makes the most beautiful bows! Here I created my bow with a bow easy and attached it to my luminary with scor-tape and a red gem brad!

Now on to creating the luminary! I cut a piece of red card stock 4 1/4" x 11", and scored the piece of card stock in three 2 5/8" intervals, which leaves a small strip at one end. I then stamped the Poinsettia Background image from Our Daily Bread Designs all over the red base.

Next, I cut out the front window with the Tag Die. I then stamped the poinsettia tag image and sentiment from the Poinsettia Tag set on some vellum, and placed it inside of the window crated by the Tag Die. I then punched the top of the luminary with a scalloped punch. To finish off the luminary, I added the beautiful silk ribbon accent!

Thanks so much for visiting today! If you get a chance you can hop on over to my blog for another project with ribbon from RRR!


Sunday, August 29, 2010

Who's that Girl???

Hey there everyone. It's me Erika. Remember me? I'm still here and I'm absolutely loving all the new products that are available in the Really Reasonable Ribbon Store. Have you seen the new Helmar Adhesive? I've got a couple of projects to share with you today using some beautiful ribbon and Helmar. Sit back and enjoy.

So many of you have been wanting to see ideas using ribbon on scrapbook pages. For this layout, I used the 1 1/4" Black Silk Ribbon. First I adhered it to the backside of the layout using the Helmar Adhesive Runner. This stuff works wonderfully on ribbons and trim. Then at 1 1/2" intervals, I twisted the ribbon and adhered the "twist" to the layout using the Helmar adhesive runner again. It really gives that little bit of dimension.

Notice all the flowers, chipboard and cutouts on the layout? All adhered using Helmar Liquid Scrap Dots. if you love having dimension on your projects ladies and gents, this stuff will BLOW YOUR MIND!!! you get to be the judge on what height of dimension you want. I can't tell you how much I love this stuff. Try it, and you will too.

Next I have a little card that I've created using the Stitched Edge Reversible Burgundy/Gold 3/8" ribbon. Such a simple piece of ribbon, but when you add a few pearls, not so plain jane.
Again I used the Helmar Quick Fix Adhesive Runner for the ribbon and all of the layers of paper. Can you guess how I got all the different layers of dimension? If you guessed Helmar Liquid Scrap Dots, you are right on the money. For $5.49, you are going to find adhesive HEAVEN in a tube I tell ya.

Thanks so much for stopping by the Really Reasonable Ribbon blog today. Try some great ribbon and pair it up with Helmar Adhesive. You will LOVE the outcome.

PS- If you love dimensional dots, try the Helmar Zapdots. Available in 2 shapes, 2 sizes and 3 colors. A dimensional dot for every use.

Erika Taylor

Friday, April 30, 2010

Yippee it's the weekend!

And there are birds EVERYWHERE at my place! Spring is finally here, flowers are blooming and the birds are playing. I made this card using the orange swirl and the white silk ribbons from Really Reasonable Ribbon. I also managed to find an awesome use for the Frosted Dream brads (love 'em!), and I used my new Sizzix die from the Tim Holtz recent release. The label punch in the middle is from McGill, the patterned cardstock is from K&Company and the solid orange is from Club Stamp. Enjoy and yippee (no company name on the yippee stamp, sorry), it's Friday! :)Debbie
PS: You can check my blog to see another card I made using the embellishments and new brown lace ribbon from RRR by clicking HERE.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Double Ruffles, Multi Stripe Grosgrain and Silk Ribbon

Happy Friday!

Hope everyone is having a wonderful week so far. I wanted to show you all 2 cards that I have created using 3 different types of ribbon. The first card I used was Light Blue Double Ruffles. This ribbon is very stretchy and easy to work with. I love how well you are able to make a bow with it. There are many different colors to choose from: Bright Pink, Red, Lime, Green, Light Blue, Lavender, Purple, Dark Brown and Black. The ribbon is 5/8” wide.

Sew Glad We Are Friends Digital Image: Cammi and Sew Glad We Are Friends! from March Bonus at Sew Many Cards (Colored image with Prisma color pencils and OMS, cut image out and popped up with 3D foam dots).

Card Stock: Green (TAC), dark blue (Basic Occasions) and prints (DCWV-The Garden Party).

Embellishments: 2 blue and 1 brown buttons and Light Blue Double Ruffles Ribbon (Really Reasonable Ribbon).

The next 2 ribbons I used on my card are Pink/Lavender/Light Blue Multi Stripe Grosgrain and Fuchsia Silk Ribbons. There is a wide variety of Multi Stripe Grosgrain Ribbons. This ribbon is 3/8” wide. The Silk Ribbons come in many different colors: White, Champagne, Yellow, Old Gold, Red, Pink, Lavender, Celery Green, Moss, Light Blue and Navy. Some of the colors can be purchased in 1/4” wide while all of them are available in 1 1/4” wide. The Silk Ribbons are by May Arts.

Beautiful Blooms Digital Image: Beautiful Blooms with Happy Birthday Sentiment from The Cutting Cafe (Colored image with Prisma color pencils and OMS, cut image out and popped up with 3D foam dots).

Card Stock: Yellow and purple (TAC) and prints (DCWV-The Glitter Mat Stack).

Die-Cuts: Nestabilities Scallop Circles and Double Ended Tags.

Inks: Sakura Stardust Gelly Pen (used on flowers).

Embellishments: White, black, purple and orange half pearls, 2 silver butterfly charms, 1 silver flower charm, Pink/Lavender/Light Blue Multi Stripe Grosgrain Ribbon and Fuchsia Silk Ribbon (Really Reasonable Ribbon).

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you have enjoyed the 2 cards I’ve created showcasing these beautiful ribbons. Be sure to stop by Really Reasonable Ribbon today and purchase some fabulous ribbon.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Hugs, Kym