Monthly Archives: May 2012

Fabric Flower Wreath

Hi there Ribbon Retreat readers!! It’s me Ashley, again, from over at Sweet Mama J’s Boutique. Also, come over and check out my new blog, Project Bazaar. It’s still new, but getting better every week!! I have been needing a new, fun, vibrant, summer wreath for my door (since mine hasn’t been updated since Christmas) […]

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Bottle Cap Hair Bows

Hello! I’m Britt from Charlie’s Halo, and you might remember me from the recent Skinny Headband tutorial. I’m thrilled to be back! This time I will teach you how to make cute bottle caps with images on them using epoxy dot stickers. I will also demonstrate how I attach them to hair bows. Almost everything […]

Posted in Homemade Hair Bows and Sculptures, How-To, Kids Craft Tutorials | 34 Responses

Quilt Along on Mommy by Day Crafter by Night

Have you been wanting to make a quilt and just haven’t yet? Well now is the time! Even if you are seasoned in making quilts or only have made a few, you will love this Quilt Along over at Mommy by Day Crafter by Night. This Quilt Along is a series that goes over choosing […]

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How to Make a Pacifier Clip

Hi Ribbon Retreat Fans! This is Bailee from Little Abbee Etsy. I am so excited to be here on The Ribbon Retreat to share a cute tutorial with you today. Thank you so much for having me Are you tired of losing your baby’s Pacifier? Well, I have got a solution for you! How about […]

Posted in Baby Craft Ideas, Homemade Gift Ideas, Other Fun Crafts | 8 Responses

How to Make a Ruffle Minky Blanket

Hey everyone, I’m Vanessa from Our Thrifty Ideas. I’m so happy to be guest posting today and be able to share my new found loves with you; Ruffles and Minky! I’ve been wanting to make a cute blanket for my daughter’s bed for when we finally move her in with her brother. They are going […]

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How to Make a Throw Pillow

Hello The Ribbon Retreat readers! It’s Amber again from Crazy Little Projects happy to be showing off my latest project here! Today it’s throw pillow embellished with cute fabric and Jumbo Ric Rac. The truth is that I have always wanted to work with Jumbo Ric Rac and never have, so I thought this would […]

Posted in Home Crafts, Home Decor, Homemade Gift Ideas, Pillows | 1 Response

High Chair Ribbon Skirt

When your little one turns ONE, you just want to celebrate, and celebrate big! I have a bunch of fun tutorials coming of crafts I did to celebrate Brady’s first year. First up, is this super cute High Chair Ribbon Skirt! When you have a boy, you can’t do big bows and frilly tutus. I […]

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Ribbon Flower Bow

Hi there! It’s me again, Ashley, from Sweet Mama J’s Boutique.   I’ve also started a new blog, called Project Bazaar. It’s still really new, but come check it out! Remember how I told you that I LOVE The Ribbon Retreat’s beautiful assortment of ribbon, I still cannot get enough!! Today, I am really excited […]

Posted in "Add a clip or headband" Flowers, Homemade Flowers, Homemade Hair Bows and Sculptures, Ribbon Flowers | 3 Responses

Shopping Cart Handle Cover

Hi Ribbon Retreat Blog readers. My name is Michaela, and I blog over at Covered in Mod Podge. My blog is full of crafts and sewing projects that I do instead of my homework. I hope you’ll stop by and say hi! Today, I’ll be sharing a Shopping Cart Handle Cover tutorial with you all. […]

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Circle Skirt Pattern & Tutorial

Hi everyone!!! It’s Kaysi, from Keeping it Simple again. I recently went to a little party that the theme was Stepford Wives. I didn’t want to just buy a dress for it, so I decided to make a super full skirt for it. Luckily the Ribbon Retreat has a ton of great fabric, and they […]

Posted in Clothing Tutorials, Women | 11 Responses