Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Make it Tuesday - I love the way ribbons look....

ribbon organizer B

I have a thing for all kinds of ribbon...and I love to use it in projects and I love just looking at it....I find it inspires me to create fun and cute things...so one day I had a bunch in my studio and I had them stacked on top of each other....and when I went to move some I knocked them all over....so I came up with this fun way to showcase your ribbons and also an easy way to organize and use them....just use a pin to hold the ribbon to the spool once you have it open for use...

so here are the directions for my first make it Tuesday post...I will come up with new craft ideas each week...so be sure to pop back in....

Happy Tuesday...now here are the directions...
ribbon organizer

9 comments:

Marie S said...

Oh Diana, this is just a wonderful ribbon holder. Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us!
Have a great week, say hi to mister Cole!

marianne said...

What a great idea and so lovely designed by you!
Sweet you are showing how to do it. Too bad I have no ribbon...... ;)

Have a nice day Diana!
hugs
>M<

Terri Kahrs said...

Very clever and very cute!!!! Thanks for sharing a really great idea, Diana!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Marie S said...

Oh Diana, this is just a wonderful ribbon holder. Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us!
Have a great week, say hi to mister Cole!

marianne said...

What a great idea and so lovely designed by you!
Sweet you are showing how to do it. Too bad I have no ribbon...... ;)

Have a nice day Diana!
hugs
>M<

Terri Kahrs said...

Very clever and very cute!!!! Thanks for sharing a really great idea, Diana!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Diana Evans said...

Thank you Marie!!!

Thank you Marianne!!!

Thank you Terri!!!

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Diana,

This is a great idea, for storing your ribbons, and you have such pretty ribbons, thanks for sharing.
I have mine all stored in boxes.

Happy week
Hugs
Carolyn

Diana Evans said...

Thank you Carolyn!! this was a fun project!!!

 
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