DIY: Card Making with Ribbon Scraps

 As you can imagine, I have a ton of beautiful May Arts scrap ribbon. I never throw them away because even the tiniest bits can transform your handmade cards.

I’ve created two cards one feminine and one masculine that use tiny bits of scrap ribbon.

Card Making with Ribbon Scraps 

First up is a sweet little birthday card made even sweeter by the addition of May Arts new 5.8” Adhesive Rosettes. I just adore them! No taping, no gluing, just peel and stick!

For my masculine themed card, I went nautical. May Arts has so many beautiful choices for nautical themed crafting.

Card Making with Ribbon Scraps 

I ran May Arts Nautical Satin Cut out Anchors through my Xyron for easy application onto a star embossed card front.

A 2 x 2 inch cardstock square, was covered with a small scrap of May Arts 2” Solid/Stripe ribbon. I secured it with Scor-Pal double-sided tape. A tiny bit of May Arts HA-8-03 3/8” Double Faced Satin makes for a jaunty bow.

I hope you’re inspired to use your May Arts Ribbon scraps for both feminine and masculine cards.

Thanks for joining us on the May Arts blog!

 By Charlene Driggs



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