Jan
11

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So I’ve been needing a ribbon holder for quite some time now, but never seem to find one “cute” enough. You know how that goes… :)


So about a month ago I found this(who knows what it was for) and decided it would work. I sanded it down, and then got out my drill.
I bought these wooden dowels at HL and got out the same size drill bit. Yes I did this without my husband. Be proud! haha

So after a little blue spray paint(can you tell I’m addicted?), some scrapbook paper and some fun letters it looked “cute” enough to be my ribbon holder.

This was a fun but simple project to do…and you could really make a ribbon holder out of anything you can put the dowels into.
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Happy Monday!
Jamielyn Nye is the owner and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time. She aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. Her unique projects have been featured on many popular websites, including: BHG, Martha Stewart, Fox, ABC, People, Parents and more. When she’s not creating . . . Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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44 Responses to “Ribbon Holder!”

  1. Amy@TheLemonCottage

    Super cute!
    I really need to do something like this. It would be so handy!
    Great job!
    ~Amy

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  2. The Girl Creative

    I totally love it!! :) I just became a follower and I'm adding you to my blog roll. :)

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  3. Kimberly

    So cute, and I love that you were able to reuse something to make it! Maybe I'll be lucky enough to stumble onto something that good!

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  4. Heather@ theherberfamily.blogspot.com

    This is a great ribbon rack! I may have to try and find a shelf to do this myself. I have a drawer right now, but I hate digging through it!

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  5. Cynthia K.

    Hi! What a marvelous idea you had – I love that your projects are so clever and end up such a reasonable price. And cute too! I love that.

    I entered your giveaway and signed up as follower and would be honored if you'd come see me and follow me also…

    Cynthia K. (Beauty and Blessings)

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  6. Becca @ Blue Cricket Design

    So pretty! I'll be featuring this on my readers rock post this weekend!

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  7. Cha Cha

    Well knock my socks off, I love this idea. I am going to have to try to figure out something to try this with. I hate when I have to cut my ribbons to get them out of the pile of knots they have become in the box I store them in. You did a great job, thanks fro the inspiration.
    Cha Cha

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  8. Carole Davids

    Very cute idea! Will have to keep an eye out for a shelf that would for for this. Thanks so much for sharing! Also good to see I am not the only one who loves to stick scrapbook paper all over things besides my scrapbook pages.

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  9. Maryann @ Domestically-Speaking

    That is super cute! I've got a ton of ribbon I need to organize. Thanks for some ideas & thanks for joining the Power of Paint Party.

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  10. Michelle

    found your post at Strut Your Stuff Thursday @ Somewhat Simple.
    This is a great idea! Great job and TFS

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  11. Jamielouwho

    Oh how perfect! Ironically enough I JUST wrote on my to do list "find a creative way to store ribbon". Seriously, not 5 minutes ago! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. fawnda

    I totally need a ribbon holder… and now it needs to be a cute as yours! It turned out amazing! Great job!

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  13. Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage

    I am so going to scope out the thrift store for something similar to turn into one of these!!

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  14. Me and My Pink Mixer

    I love this ~ functional & cute! My ribbon is all over the place. Thanks for a great idea :)

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  15. design_aholic

    OK, nice work on taking one of those oh-so-common random thrift pieces and totally transforming it! My ribbon basket is getting unruly- I need one of these STAT!

    Thanks for linking up to VOTW @ Design-Aholic. Check back to the recap post soon… :)
    -Amy

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  16. design_aholic

    Hey Jamielyn- I HAD TO feature this project on the VOTW recap. Come stop by!

    -A

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  17. Jane

    Jamielynn, I just featured your fabulous ribbon organizer on my weekly feature…She's Crafty! I really love it!

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  18. Dana Lynne

    Love it! I've been needing a ribbon holder, too…searching for just the right one…but maybe i just need to search the garage! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  19. Sewing on Sally the Singer

    Im a new follower and was just coasting around looking at all your beautiful works of art (and yummy meal ideas!) when I came across your ribbon holder! What a great idea!! Ive been holding onto an ugly old shelf myself, thinking I could do SOMETHING with it..just hadn't found any inspiration…til now :) thanks for the idea!

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  20. ~Rosanne

    Darling comes to mind when I see this!! I happen to have alot of ribbon needing a happy home like this. I just found a box that they fit in nicely but displaying them sounds just lovely.
    Thanks for sharing

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  21. ella's mom

    You have given me some AMAZING ideas for my own little projects! Now I just need to find the right stuff…and then maybe get a bigger place to put all of my new pretty things once they are complete!

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  22. Courtney

    Oooh, I like! I wish I hadn't jumbled all my ribbons into a jar and could do something like this.

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  23. Denise @ SpareChangeChic

    This is so cute and functional. My ribbons are stuffed into drawers and totes all around our spare room. I love the colors and paper your chose. I have to share this on FB.

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  24. Crystal C.

    Just stumbled across your blog from Pinterest, somehow. Have to tell you that I already LOVE you & your AWESOME DIY tuts. Love, LOVE, L-O-V-E!!!! But, also I must tell you – on this ribbon holder thing, ya make me SICK. Well not really, but after I just bought the $20 white (rather little) ribbon holder from Michael’s ….. I’m kicking myself.
    Still glad I found your little corner of the www, look forward to seeing more!
    Your newest fan – Crystal =)

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