Wednesday, July 13, 2016

BLOG HOP for July at Really Reasonable Ribbons

Hey Do you know what day it is????


If you are here you just came on over from Kathy's Blog and are on the right track. If not, why not head back to the RRR Blog and start from the beginning so you don't miss any of the terrific projects from my teamies.
Really Reasonable Ribbon we are kicking of this months Blog Hop and showing you the this months July Ribbon Club Assortment - Pink and Purple Collection   So if you like Girlie Girlie stuff this is the collection you don't want to pass up!! I am in LOVE with this collection but than again I love every collection that comes out each month. LOL
Just look at these beautiful Pinks and Purples and the organza one with flowers is just darling!!

Monthly Ribbon Club, Domestic

Okay, so last Blog Hop for July I made a couple of cute hair bows. Well for this months Assortment I made another hair accessory using this lovely   Pink and Purple Collection
It's my second time making a hair accessory but my first time making this type of hair bow. It's called a Korker Bow, I thought it would super cute for my granddaughter, plus her favorite color is Pink. She's definitely Girlie. :D
Hope you all like it.

Here is the Korker Bow on a side view. 
I just think all those curly ribbons look so pretty. 

Here is top view. I really like the way this turned out. 
Love how all the curls intertwine together.
The pink is so stunning!! 

 Here is the back. For the back of the bow I used a French Clip from the store. 

I'm entering my hair bows in the following Challenges:
Creative Craft Cottage: Challenge #67 Eileen's Challenge - Incude a Lavender Ribbon or bow
Classic Design Team Open Challenge: 1st July 2016, Challenge #04 - anything goes 
Craft your passion Challenge: Challenge 320 - Always Anything Goes 
Crafting from the Heart: Challenge 120
Craft-Dee BowZ: July Challenge

You can find all hair accessory items over at the Really Reasonable Ribbon store.
So today I am sharing with you my very first hairbows I made with the Pink and Purple Collection.
hope you all are enjoying the Blog Hop and getting lots of fun ideas! :D  Next you will want to head over to Cherry's Blog to see her wonderful project.
Have a great time 
Deborah xxx


  1. Like the curls of the bow. Reminds me of when my daughter was younger and you could put a hairbow on her.
    Have a Bee-utiful day!
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  2. What a perfect project to make with this girly ribbon collection! It turned out great, Deb!

  3. The curls of the ribbon is just gorgeous. How did you curl this ribbon? Hugs - Nancy Hill

  4. What an adorable korker hair clip. I just love korker bows and this is perfect for summer. How cute it will be on your Granddaughter!!

  5. Oh my goodness - look at this lovely hair clip - you and Karen must have thought a like in creating this time - so lovely and beautiful! TFS

  6. Wow! Lovely and also so trendy hair accessoir!! :D Also my doughter would love dressing it! :D These ribbons are so fresh and girly, and look great in your adorable hair clip!!

  7. Such a cute hair bow, Deborah. I need to try the cork screw technique on one of my bows. I've never done it. It's always fun seeing everyone's creations and use of the Ribbon Club Assortment.

  8. That is the sweetest hairbow ever! Love it!

  9. What a fun and pretty corker bow.

  10. What a fun barrett. I love all the curly ribbon!

  11. This month's assortment of colors and patterns really makes up an outstanding curly hair bow it's perfect well done tfs!

  12. Wowzers! A knockout :) Great work!

  13. Yes the curl's really do showcase the ribbons so well.... lucky girl wearing this clip

  14. WOW! I absolutely love the curly ribbon!! Absolutely adorable!
    Have a blessed day,
    Crafting With Creative M

  15. So cute! Any little girl would adore wearing this!

  16. Love the little corkscrew ribbons. They look adorable. Thanks for sharing.

  17. What a cute curly hairbow! tjigo

  18. Love love love! I am DETERMINED to try making some corckscrew soon as it is not so hot in the house. ;) I have tons of grosgrain that I just never use, but...this technique is just spectacular!