It's time again for the AWESOME Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop. Hopefully, you have just arrived here from the talented Bonnie Garby's Blog; but just in case you didn't, you can always go back and get started on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog. There are SO many fabulous projects this month, and you won't want to miss a single one. Many of the projects shared on this Blog Hop will showcase ribbons from our August Ribbon Club Assortment - and they're FABULOUS!
How sweet are these little hair bows using this month's lovely Ribbon Club Assortment? This month's collection is FILLED with the wonderful colors of Autumn, and are perfect for all your Fall crafting projects. Really Reasonable Ribbon carries all sorts of great Headbands and Clips; but these little cuties were created using the 40 mm French Clips which are perfect for smaller girls' hair. These lovely French Clips come in SIX different sizes to accommodate ALL hair lengths and thicknesses. And....they stay in place all day while your little ones bounce around, play, swim, roll, etc. They really stay secure nicely. At Really Reasonable Ribbon, you can find the perfect size clips for any hair length and thickness; and all the perfect ribbons as well.
When you focus in on these ribbons, you can really see all the WONDERFUL textures and designs they offer. I used the 3/8" Plaid Ribbon in Moss/Cream, 3/8" Plaid Ribbon In Yellow/Orange, Leaves on Tuftan Brown Grosgrain Ribbon, Debra Natural Crochet Lace, and the adorable Sunflowers on Kiwi Grosgrain Ribbon. Each of Really Reasonable Ribbon's products compliments the next SO wonderfully. That's one of the many things I love so much about them.
Your next stop on the Blog Hop is at the lovely and talented Teresa Horner's Blog, and I know that she has prepared something extra special to share with you all. Don't forget to answer the question at the end of the Blog Hop to be eligible for the grand prize. We hope you enjoy every stop along the way, and that you gain LOTS of great inspiration for using Really Reasonable Ribbons on your next project.
Blessings to you,