Monday, October 19, 2009

Easy Ribbon Project.......................


I found this cute little project in a box set at Target about a year ago, and finally got around to assembling it. It was so simple that anyone could do it at home, so I thought I would share.............
It came with a long thick piece of ribbon (any size you want).
Two o rings........
3 metal frames ( use card stock, or no frames for that matter).....
3 metal clips.....(I am going to buy more and add them later.)
And, it came with a ribbon bundle. Each piece was approx 24", because I cut them into fourths and they were approx 6" each.


You just tie the o rings to the ends..............


.......and start tying your 6 inch pieces of ribbon to the large piece. I am also going to go back in and add more ribbon to make it more ragamuffin.


Loop your ribbon through the hole in the metal clips to tie them onto the large piece.



Then you can clip whatever you wish to the clip.


I thought that I would hang it in my girls room, but now I think I may have to use it in my office to clip ideas to. (My magnet and cork boards are full.) A girl can never have too much idea storage, right??

Although,...it looks really cute with my daughters art on it also! What to do?????????????


6 comments:

Disneyscrapper said...

I love this! It is so creative. I was trying to find an idea that I could use to hang up some things in my daughters room. This would be perfect. Holly you are the best. Oh and the funny thing is that it if for my little Holly's room that I was trying to find something.

Zuzu said...

Wonderful! If you hung your inspiration ribbon in your office and included your daughter's art as some of your inspiration, I think the dilemma could be solved - easily and beautifully!

:)
Zuzu

Wendy @ The Shabby Nest said...

That is simply wonderful....and you are right...it is so simple, it is almost too simple!! lol!!

Thanks for the inspiration..(and you said this post was nothing special...ha!)

Protege said...

Ah, Holly, I love the way you take the pictures, you could make a great tutorial.;)
It is lovely as always.;) As for your dilemma, why not make two?;)
xoxo

Keetha Broyles said...

It arrived! It arrived! Thank you sooooo much.

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

so cute and so simple! Love it!

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