Good morning crafty friends! It is blog hopping time with The Ribbon Resource and I am excited to share another Halloween project with you this morning. Half of the Ribbonistas have great projects to share with you today, and then we have a whole new set for tomorrow! There’s a little cute, there’s a little spook and there is a whole lot of crafty fun!
If you’ve ever stopped by ScrappyCanuck Studios before, you will know that I love to craft with bright and bold colours. Halloween crafts don’t always fall into this category, but this fun little banner certainly does. Inspired by candy corn, I simply took a plane white Artful Accents banner that I actually got from May Arts Ribbon (the wholesale sister site to Ribbon Resource) and got out my trusty acrylic paints for the colour blocks (each section is 2″ wide). Once it dried, I cut 4″ pieces of a variety of yellow, orange and white ribbons to tie along the top edge for some texture. It was that simple!
Now, I have to tell you that critique #1 came from my six year old who feels like the candy corns should have smiley faces on them. She had her marker in hand and was ready to make the additions as soon as I hung it up (perhaps it is the influence of Shopkins in her life). I actually think it’s a pretty cute idea – what do you think?
Anyway, if you haven’t had a chance to see all the projects today, make sure you pop on over to the Ribbon Resource blog, and then off to each of the Ribbonistas’ blogs for all the details. The Ribbon Lady is giving away two gift cards for the store to those of you that have the time to comment – we always love to hear what you think of the projects. Here is today’s line-up:
Thanks for stopping by today!
Ribbon Resource product used:
May Arts product used:
- orange and yellow acrylic craft paint
Oh, I am a happy crafter today because I get to share two of my favourite things – ribbon and pink, pink, pink!!! Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so the awesome May Arts team decided to share a little inspiration. And for those of you who are anti-Valentine’s Day – that is no reason to rob yourself the chance to win some May Arts ribbon goodies! Make sure you comment anyway!
If by some chance you are starting today’s fun here at SCS, make sure you head on over to Virginia Fynes‘ blog to make sure you have all the chances possible to win!
For today’s hop. I decided to have some fun with the Artful Accents – G492-01 White Banner. This make a great base for all sorts of banner projects, and once I had this one done, I still had enough pieces of banner left over for at least one more project!! I have to admit that I went a little crazy with the ribbon here too. I was having a lot of fun mixing textures – everything from velvet ric rac to satin embroidery to sequin hearts!
I think my favourite element ended up being the sequin hearts. At 1.5″, these beauties were the perfect size to fill in some of the space between the banner pieces. Because they are adhesive, I simply took two hearts and placed them back to back over top of the thread that holds the banner pieces together. I had this embellishment done across the whole banner in less than 3 minutes! Have I mentioned lately that I love adhesive ribbons (and May Arts has an awesome selection to make your crafting life easy-peesy).
Okay, enough of the gushing and googlie eyes here – I need to save some for Valentine’s Day! ;) If you haven’t checked out the pretty and playful inspiration up today, check out the list below. And don;t forget, we will have a whole new line-up of projects tomorrow, so you will want to come back and check that out! In the meantime, thanks for stopping by, and have a pink-tastic day!
May Arts Product used:
- 3/8″ Adhesive Velvet Ric Rac – A480-38-14 Red and A480-38-17 Pink
- 1.5″ Adhesive Sequin Heart – A478-15-14 Red
- 3/8″ Satin Hearts – 343-22 FUCHSIA/RED HEARTS
- 7/8″ Satin Embroidery – QA01 – WHITE
- Artful Accents – G492-01 White Banners
Other products used:
Good wintery morning to you! I am excited to be sharing a project with you today featuring some great products from DCWV and Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®! We are having our winter blog hop, and not only have we had a couple of great days of projects already, but we have more to come.
I decided to team up the Winter in the Woods stack with a fun teal coloured Faber-Castell Double Scoop Gelato in “Snow Cone” and an awesome PITT artist pen in silver 251 to create a winter -themed banner.
This banner was a lot of fun to make. I really loved the colours in this stack – the muted greys and creams together with the brighter teams and the green! There is so much going on, and yet there is a cool, peaceful feel to the papers and patterns.
The Faber-Castell products were a great compliment to the papers. I actually used the Gelato much like I have used distress inks in the past – I ran it along the edges of the banner pieces, and then rubbed it in with my fingers. It’s a great way to pull all the pieces together and also to help them stand out a bit from the background paper. Oh, and the PITT pen was used for some doodling – the think ink running smoothly over even the textured paper. Man, I love this pen! Oh, and that ribbon happens to be from one of our other partner companies – May Arts (you know I love my 3/4″ Chevron Twill)!
So, that’s it for my new winter banner! Make sure you also pop on over to see Jessica’s project today! Oh, and Karen has a pretty card for you too!
Make sure you leave a comment at the DCWV blog and on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® blog to be eligible to win this weeks prizes! DCWV is giving away THREE prizes; $50.00 worth of scrapbooking supplies for each person! We will be announcing the winner Monday the 15th on Facebook so be sure you are following us.
Thanks for stopping by today!
…and I have all sorts of fun to share this week! Banners, cards, treat containers, wreaths and even a little tutorial!
First up is a little banner I created for the DCWV blog today! Now if you haven;t been over there to have a look, you won;t know about my confession. I actually created this banner to replace the one that was on my mantel until this last weekend – an Easter/Spring banner. Yes, it’s true, I am a bit behind…the only real question is – will this one still be up at Christmas?
I really love this banner! The patterns on this paper from DCWV’s Eek-a-boo stack and really bright and colourful, and the 3/4″ Chevron twill ribbon from May Arts is a favourite!
With assembly, the whole project was finished in under an hour, and there were no fancy cutting machines involved (just my good old, old, old, Friskars paper cutter). So there is still time for you too (not that YOU would have a banner from Easter still up in your house)!
Thanks for stopping by, and be sure to pop by again this week for more Halloween fun!