Design Team Call!

Saturday, January 24, 2015


Announcing the Ribbons Unlimited, Inc. Design Team Call!
***EXTENDED***

The Creative Team term will run from February 2015 – June 30, 2015
Application deadline is February 20th, 2015

We are looking for friendly designers that love to 
create with ribbon to join on our 2015 Design Team!
We are wanting creations of all types such as
 - Hair Bows
- Floral Arrangements
- Sewing Projects
- Altered Items
 - Scrapbook Pages
- Cards
- Ribbon Tutorials
- PLUS many more!

As a team member you will receive a generous shipment 
of our  ribbon to create with for your 6 month term!

Design Team Requirements:
1.  You must have an active blog and Facebook account.  
2.  Commitment to a minimum of 1 blog post a month. Dates will be assigned to you in advance.  We will be happy to have you link and promote your own blog during your posts!
3.  Must have excellent project photos.  Clear, properly exposed photos are mandatory!
4.  Call is only open to US residents at this time.

Interested applicants should send the following in an email to jamielanedesigns@gmail.com: 
1.  Your name, address, and email address
2.  Short Biography.  We want to know more about you!  
3.   A link to your blog, Facebook, creative resume (if applicable), and any galleries you want to share with us.
4.  List any other design teams that you are currently on.  Please note that being on a team is not a requirement.  We are looking for fresh faces too!
5.  Attach 3 project photos of your BEST designs using any type of ribbon. 

We will be announcing the Design Team 
on the blog by Friday, February 27th!

We look forward to reading your applications!



Baby headband and gifts by Crystal

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Hello Ribbons Unlimited Inc. fans!
It's Crystal here and today I made a headband  using Double Faced Satin in Aqua 7/8"  this ribbon looks great from both sides perfect for loopy bows that show both sides , I made a bow and added it to stretch elastic , the headband has a loop so you can change out the bow , I made this for a newborn to go along with a baby bracelet and a baby onesies that I created with glitter heat transfer vinyl . This baby is getting the full hookup of BLING !!

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For this ribbon and other great ones stop by Ribbons Unlimited INC , they have a great assortment .  Thanks so much for stopping by , leave me some feed back if you loved this project, I love hearing from my scrappy computer friends who love getting crafty : )
Crystal Lopez – Design Team member for Ribbons Unlimited
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Ribbon Winter Wreath by Grace

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

 Hello ribbon friends. Today I’d like to share with you a very fun way to showcase some of your favorite trims in a home d├ęcor project. Winter is just around the corner and so why not celebrate it with a winter themed wreath. The best part of this project is it doesn’t need adhesive.


Instructions:

Gather your supplies. Because this is a winter themed project, I pulled mostly blue trims with the exception of the Dazzle Ivory and the Edinburgh trim. I didn’t want it to look so monotonous so I added those two to spice it up a bit. I also used different shades of blue so my wreath wouldn’t look too predictable. 

Plan a pattern of the ribbons on your wreath and start tying them down. I used a double knot on the project to make sure that my trims won’t unravel on me. 

Repeat the process until you’ve reached your pattern. Once you’re pleased with the pattern, repeat it until you have filled up the entire wreath with ribbon. This might take a while. I did this project while watching some TV. 

Once you’ve filled up your wreath with ribbon, Cut a 12” ribbon (of your choice) wrap around the wreath and tie the ends. Add a bow on one side and this will be your piece that will allow you to hang up your wreath. 

And here are some more details of my project….


I really liked how this turned out. The cuts are all different lending to a homemade feel plus the colors will definitely bring cheer to those cold wintery days ahead of us.
If you have scraps, like I did, make sure to save them for other crafty projects such as what I did with the cards I shared earlier this month.

Thank you for stopping by.
-Grace 

Supplies Used:
Dazzle ribbon, Ivory, 7/8”, Ribbons Unlimited Inc.
Ombre wired, Sky Blue, 1 ½”, Ribbons Unlimited Inc.
Country check, Royal, 5/8”, Ribbons Unlimited Inc.
Edinburgh, Dress Stewart, 1”, Ribbons Unlimited Inc.
Grosgrain, Copen, 3/8”, Ribbons Unlimited Inc.
Foam wreath- Styrofoam
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Be Merry Dazzling Cards by Pinky

Friday, January 2, 2015

Hey again, Happy Holidays from Pinky!

It's that time of year, the time to create cards and use that glitter.
Perfect for cards and so much more. 
 For this card I used a card stock base at 3.5X6, then added an acrylic front. 
In order to add the acrylic front I needed to use a stripe of glue,
the Ribbons Unlimited Dazzle Ribbon is perfect for covering that stripe
of glue. Adding the bow above the sentiment image was just for fun!
This ribbon is strong, and works well on any project from cards 
to hair bows, sewing and more. 
The glittered side is beautiful and adds holiday fun. 



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