Inspired by Ribbon with Scrapbook

Welcome and thanks for joining me during Scrapbook Steals Blog Hop event.  I’m super excited to be part of this hop and the talented group of ladies to share our creations using American Crafts Glitter ribbon.


If you hopped here from Stephanie’s blog then you are in the right place.  If you some how lost your way and don’t know the order of the hop here’s all the talented ladies that participated and the order in which you should hop from and to.

Scrapbook Steals. com

Julie Evers

Cathy Caines

Stephanie Dang

Alice Carman – You are here

Deb Routledge

********************If you’d like to enter to win a $20 gift code here’s what you need to do.***************************

Visit each of the designers’ blogs and leave a comment every stop along the way (including this post). This month’s random winner will be one lucky person who left a comment on one of the five blogs! 



Using a circle die/punch cut out 3 circles and glue the strips of glitter ribbon on top of each circle using fabric glue. Trim off the excess and you have a nicely glittered circle.  You can accomplish this with different shapes for texture on any craft project.


American Crafts Glitter Ribbon can be purchase through Scrapbook in a package like this or by the spool.



I enjoyed using American Crafts glitter ribbon to create these adorable flower heads and stems.  You can use this same technique to decorate gift packages, tags, cards and mix media pieces.

 The next and last talented designer is…

Deb Routledge.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!

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