Hello ribbon lovers! It’s my turn to “look back” on my year as a prima ribbonista – go leave me some near-final love over on the May Arts blog today, would ya? Perhaps you can leave a comment telling me (over there) what was the project you learned the most from? Click on the banner to go there!


I decided to do a “fuller” review here on my blog….with a video too, of course! You can click annotations in the lower left corner of the video to get to any of the tutorials.

OR if you’re one who doesn’t like the annotation thing, below are stills as well as links to the original blog posts for each project – and each video! Whichever way you navigate, enjoy!

A love card for him – blog post


Patriotic album – blog post

MayArts Minialbum 1

Summer ribbon candy – Blog post


Patriots Day challenge with a sketch – blog post

Sandy ALlnock PatriotSketch

Watercoloring on stamps – blog post

Sandy - watercoloring on stamps

Making festive holiday buttons – blog postSandy- festive holiday buttons.

Ribbon bat treat boxes for halloween – blog post


Make invitations and placecards – blog post

Sandy Allnock Placecards

Matchbox Advent calendar – blog post

Sandy Allnock - AdventCalendar

Twisted burlap wreath – on a card! – blog post

Sandy Allnock - Twisted burlap wreath

Ribbon tree and wreath – blog post 

Sandy Allnock ribbon tree and wreath

Happy Ever After with Lawn Fawn – blog post

Sandy Allnock Lawn Fawn Happily Ever

Christmas table wreath – with scraps – blog post

Sandy ALlnock Scrap Table Wreath

May Arts CHA Booth Tour – blog post

Old fashioned hello – sketch card – blog post


Shaped Satin Cutout ribbon – blog post


10 minute craft dash – blog post


Stamped burlap bottles – blog post


Faux canvas and ribbon threader – blog post


Ribbon storage – blog post


Coffee cup gift box – blog post


Double ribbon rose card – blog post


Patriotic distressed card – blog post


Ribbon Butterfly + fun tools! – blog post


Fortune cookie card – blog post

Sandy Allnock -May Arts Lawn Fawn Fortune Cookie