Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop

Welcome by my blog today, everyone!  If you're a ribbon lover like me, then you're in the right place for our February Blog Hop at Really Reasonable Ribbon.  You should have arrived here from Bonnie's Blog; but if you didn't, just hop on over and get started.  This month's Ribbon Club Assortment is a lovely collection of purples and greens to help you get a jump on Easter, St. Patrick's Day, St. Urho's Day and all the upcoming events that make us crafters "need" more ribbon.   And the Ribbon Club Assortment is a great way to have gorgeous ribbons delivered to your door every month for one low price.  One lucky blog hopper will win this month's amazing collection:
As I most often like to do, for this month's Blog Hop I am sharing a sweet hair bow that incorporates ALL the amazing ribbons found in this month's Ribbon Club Assortment and shows you how well all of Really Reasonable Ribbon's trims work together so nicely.  This clip is secured on its back with a French Clip which comes in several sizes to accommodate all hair types.  There are also LOTS of other great barrettes and Hair Accessories to help you create something amazing.  By the way....have you ever seen Bonnie's Headband Tutorial?  WOW!!!!
My bow includes a length of each trim found in the February Ribbon Club Assortment including a length of the 5/8" Bud Green Gauze Print Satin, some 3/8" Light Orchid Diamond Satin, the 3/8" Apple Green Crosshatch Satin Ribbon, 5/8" Hyacinth Satin With Grosgrain Edge, 3/8" Purple/Green Chevron Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, 5/8" Bud Green Taffeta Ribbon, 3/8" RRR Light Orchid Select Swiss Dot Grosgrain, as well as the 3/8" Apple Green Bold Satin With Grosgrain Edge, and of course the 5/8" Hyacinth Satin Swirl Ribbon.  These are all amazing trims that would be very useful at this, or any time of the year.  The bow is secured in the back with a French Clip.  It also has some Flowers and a Rhinestone center.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today, and for hopping along with us at Really Reasonable Ribbon.  Your next stop will be at Kathy's Blog.  I really hope you enjoy the rest of the hop.  Don't forget to answer the "question" at the end of the hop for your chance to win!

Karen

21 comments:

  1. Amazing hair bow, Karen! You always manage to incorporate all the ribbons in a beautiful arrangement. Love!

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  2. Gorgeous hair bow Karen. I'm really loving this one!!

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  3. Jaw.on.floor! This is sensational!!!

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  4. Wowzers!!! This is a hair bow extravaganza!! I love how you used all the ribbons from the assortment!!! So pretty and fun!!! Thanks for the great inspiration, Karen!!

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  5. This bow looks like it could be a corsage! Lovely colors! Nice project!

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  6. That'a a party worthy bow if ever I saw one! It's BOW-dacious!

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  7. Wow, now that's a stunner! How beautiful and what
    a great way to showcase all the pretty ribbons this
    month.

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  8. Wow! That is so pretty. I am sure some little lady will look like a princess with it adorning her hairdo.
    Thanks for sharing and have a very Happy Valentine's Day! :)

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  9. Beautiful--I like the addition of the flowers.

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  10. Beautiful hair ornament Karen and a wonderful selection of ribbon this month!! Love those two colours together
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  11. Beautiful combination of ribbons - and the extravagant bow would look terrific on a luxe Easter basket!

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  12. Fabulous Karen - very lovely on this background TFS

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  13. Gorgeous hair bow ! Yes I checked out the tutorial !!

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  14. Beautiful bow! Love this pretty mix of spring colors!

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  15. It is gorgeous! Will some fortunate young lady be the recipient of this treasure?

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  16. You are so talented to use ALL the ribbons and such to make this attractive hairbow. I know it will look stunning on the one that wears it!

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