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This is so smart!! I am so glad you posted this. I can do this lol. My ribbon needs help and so does my mothers and best friends and this sounds like a great gimme gift just to say I love them. Thanks again, Tammie

What a great idea!!! Thanks for posting the pix and details. I really need to organize my ribbon and this looks like the best way!! Andrea

I have been kicking myself for not buying the ribbon rings at the scrapbook convention in March and wah-lah... here you are with your clever solution. I am SO going to copy, thanks for the step-by-step instructions! <img border='0' src='/images/icons/smile.gif'>

I had made my own version as well, but I used some thin chipboard. The more I use them though, the chipboard is tearing on a few of them. I'm going to have to try this idea. It sounds much sturdier!
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Anne

I never knew what people where talking about...but I love this idea...maybe one day...I also like the idea to put them on cards too...

clever idea <img border='0' src='/images/icons/wink.gif'>

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Project - Homemade Ribbon Ring
by eagage
posted 04/18/08 at 03:45 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

After looking at the ribbon ring tags, I thought ‘I can make that!’

I bought stencil sheets at HL (a package of 3 - 8x10 sheets was $2.99).
1. I cut each sheet into 8 tags (4“ x 2.25”).
2. Punched a hole centered 1/2“ from the top.
3. Punched three slits .75” apart with a ribbon tab punch that I got at HL for $2.40 (used 40% off coupon). I had to punch 6 times for each slot to make it the length I wanted it.
4. Hang ribbons, put tags on binder ring. Enjoy!

Total I made 24 tags, costing $3 (not including the punch I bought, because I will use that again).

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