Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Another big May Arts/Little Yellow Bicycle Giveaway!!!


Another big giveway on the May Arts blog from Little Yellow Bicycle and May Arts Ribbon!


All of this PLUS two rolls of MA ribbon...your choice!  What do you have to do?  Just pop over to the MA blog to read the details.

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Christmas and Little Yellow Bicycle


It's Little Yellow Bicycle Week on the May Arts and Little Yellow Bicycle Blogs and you know what that means....lots of fun crafty inspiration and lots of giveaways too!

Be sure to pop over to see my ribbon bedecked project and comment to win!

Here's a sneak peek...

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Monday, November 19, 2012

May Arts/Helmar Blog Hop!


Welcome to May Arts Ribbon and Helmar Adhesives Blog Week! We’re partnering with the talented team at Helmar to bring you 2 full days full of design and project inspiration.

Holiday time is the perfect occasion to pull out all the stops on sparkle and shine. I’ve got a quick and easy project that fits both of those categories beautifully and it won’t break your piggy bank!

Here’s your supply list:

(with so many beautiful colors to choose from you can match any décor!)

Clear glass ornaments –craft store

Tree branch
White spray paint
Spray Glitter (optional)

You can make dozens of these of these beautiful ornaments in no time at all which is a big bonus during the busy holiday season.

Remove the metal tops from the ornaments. If you’ve never done this, just gently squeeze and pull.

Place a dab of Helmar 450 Quick Dry on the inside of the lip of the bulb.

Cover the base of the bulb with more Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive.

Wrap the Metallic String vertically, then horizontally around the ball until it’s covered to your liking. When you’re pleased with the result, just cut your ribbon and seal it to the bulb with a dab of Helmar 450.

Replace the silver tops then add more Metallic String to use as a hanger to decorate your Christmas tree or create a beautiful centerpiece for mere pennies.

I spray painted some tree branches then gave them a bit of sparkle with spray glitter.

You can even wrap up a couple of these sparkly balls for beautiful, thrifty gifts.

Who says we have to use red and green? I found these pretty boxes at a local discount store this summer. They were 3 for 99 cents! A beautiful May Arts Lace bow (NQ09) and you have a lovely gift for everyone on your gift list from teachers to neighbors and office friends.

Thanks so much for joining us on the May Arts/Helmar Blog Hop! Be sure to visit each Design Team blog for more inspiration and of course....May Arts Ribbon and Helmar Adhesive Giveaways!!  Helmar is giving away 2 starter packs (one for each day) and May Arts has two full rolls of ribbon for each day...woo,hoo!!

Here's list of the Design Team members to refer to in case you lose your way.  Have fun!!

Day 1 – November 19th

• Charlene Driggs: That's Me!
Letitia Grace Lauer
Alexcia Patterson-Schroll
Kate Vickers
Christina Colón
Jen Matott
Gini Williams Cagle
Carisa Zgloblicki
Emily Lanham
Jen Shears


Day 2 – November 20th

Karen Baker
Martha Richardson
Kendra Wiggins
Lisa Wilkinson
Leah Farrar
Sally Lynn MacDonald
Monica Edwards
Amy Lassiter
Nicole Martel
Virginia Fynes

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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Caramel Apples & Recipe

Mmmmmm...fall means it's time for cool, crisp air...well, in some places anyway and my favorite treat, Caramel Apples!  Head over to the May Arts Blog for a different twist on this classic fall treat that can double as a teacher gift, hostess gift and so much more.

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Happy Election Day, America!

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Time to Get your Sparkle On!

It's challenge inspiration time on the May Arts Blog!  I have a quick wrapping project for you using the inspiration ribbons...and a thrifty idea for wrapping paper as well!

Time to get your sparkle on!!

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Friday, November 2, 2012

Pumpkin Bird Feeder

Be sure to pop over to the May Arts Blog today!  I've got a fun and easy project for you and the kids that is sure to become an annual tradition.

Turn your leftover decorative pumpkins into bird feeders.  I show you how here.

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Thursday, November 1, 2012

All that glitters.....

There's a new challenge on the May Arts Blog and you can play along.  The Ribbon Lady will even send you the ribbon to play with...but you've got to hurry...only 20 lucky people will get to play.

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