Greetings, fellow ribbon lovers. Julie O here today from Muddy Paws & Inky Fingers. Are you as frugal as I am, saving scraps of paper and ribbon because they're too pretty to throw out? With ribbon, if it's an inch or less, I'm able to trash it, but longer than that, and I feel the need to keep it "just in case." I have a project today that uses up scraps of ribbon. I don't know about you, but it makes ME happy to find a home for some of those short ribbon pieces I've been hoarding :)
I found this tote bag cutting file in the Silhouette Design store. It was perfect for what I was looking for. I used some double sided paper and set about cutting and creating my tote bag. To decorate the bag even more than that pretty butterfly, I tied some short pieces of 3 Girl JAM crinkle ribbon to both handles of the tote. One piece was a bit longer, so I used that one to tie both handles together, and to make a bow.
Scraps of 3 Girl JAM ribbon, prettily decorating this bag. Ah yes, it makes me very happy!
Ribbons used: Sterling from the Celebrations Bundle and Peach and Mint from the Tie Dye 3 Bundle.
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Don't forget about the current challenge going on on the 3 Girl JAM Challenge blog: Anything Goes with Ribbon. Come link up -- you have a few more days.