Monday, October 18, 2010

The Ribbon Girl Challenge 2

Hi folks....yes it's me again and before I dash off to get stuck into all those pesky household chores.....some Ribbon Girl news......you all loved the last challenge so Andrea and Mary have decided to make it a regular feature on the Ribbon Girl Blog....another chance for you to win some fabulous Ribbon Girl goodies....


The challenge this month is to create a project using Red and Green as your main focus colours.....the challenge will close on Sunday 31 October at midnight UK time and the winner will be chosen at random to receive this delicious bundle of Ribbon Girl goodies....


and that's not all......The Ribbon Girls are giving away these 3 gorgeous mitten hangers made by our guest designer the lovely and mega talented Gail.   Aren't they stunning....to see close up pics of the gorgeous details on each one.....head over now to the colour challenge and to see more of Gail's stunning work....check out her blog.


I don't have to tell you how much I love ribbon and had great fun making my Christmas tree card with the gorgeous red and green ribbons in my DT kit.


(spotty organzagingham ribbon, gold star pin and diamante flower ribbon buckle)

Can't wait to see what you all create this time round and will be popping over to pay you all a visit.  In the meantime happy ribbon crafting....hugs kath xxx

13 comments:

  1. Love your ribbon tree, Kath! Adorable card!

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  2. Love the Xmas Ribbon Card Kath!

    Janette

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  3. Hi , love the mittens and your ribbon tree. Happy crafting. Hugs x chrisB

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  4. This is fabulous Kath! I love how you've used these pretty ribbons to make the tree - I may have to 'lift' that idea if you don't mind! I discovered the Ribbon Girl shop today - although I won't admit how much I spent!!

    Love Beth xx

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  5. That ribbon tree is a great idea!

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  6. That ribbon tree is a great idea!

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  7. Oh wow Kath this is so clever i shall try this ribbon tree out it looks amazing xx

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  8. HI Kath, You are a genius to use the ribbon for a tree and the way you applied them! Just awesome! Looks like you have the stash to make about a 1,ooo ribbon trees. Thanks for the inspiration! Hugs,Kathy

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  9. Oh my goodness! I love your ribbon tree. And that scrapbook page is wonderful.

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  10. Love your ribbon tree Kath what a brilliant way to use up small bits of ribbon love Linda

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  11. I love the ribbon tree! I'l admit i have been trying to "duplicate" it but am having trouble making it look as good as yours! got to work on my knots! anyway, all in love! great work!

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Thanks for taking the time to visit me in the cubbyhole...I love to hear from you.
hugs Kath xxx