3/10/11

Scrappy Ribbon Garland

A few weeks ago, I sold some bows in a consignment sale.  I displayed them on white pegboard, and I knew it would look orderly and colorful, but I still felt the need to punch up the display.


If you know me, you know my favorite kinds of crafts are simple and not time-consuming.  I also love using what I have on hand whenever possible!  I had a ton of ribbon scraps left over from making the bows, so I got a pile out and started sewing.  It's that easy - just keep feeding scraps through your presser foot until your garland is the length you want!


Stitch a length of ribbon at each end to string it up and you're done!


If you're not the DIY-type, I also have these available in my shop.

I'm linking up:

Look What I Made
Tip Junkie handmade projects



Transformation Thursday

Katie's Nesting Spot

6 comments:

T's Daily Treasures said...

Hi Jessica, congrats on your bow sales. Wow! You really did whip up a bunch of them. Great idea to use scraps to make your garland. Hope you are doing well. Best wishes, Tammy

Mindy said...

That is so CUTE! Great idea!

Eos Mom said...

Super clever, very cute!

Lindy@Itsy Bitsy Paper said...

How cute! I love that. I think I might need to make one of these for spring.
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radn said...

I love garlands! Your's in beautiful!

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Holiday Snob said...

Made me smile today!! LOVE IT!!

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