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Today we are excited to welcome back this week’s Featured Company May Arts and to share a beautiful creation from one of their designers using some gorgeous May Arts Ribbon.

Here at Paper Crafter’s Library we’re ribbon lovers – you’ll find ribbon on almost all of our projects – which is why we’re so thrilled to bring you another fabulous May Arts project. You haven’t seen ribbon until you’ve seen May Arts Ribbon – they offer a multitude of different colors and styles of ribbon to suit any preference and taste – and all of it, top quality!

And, we also have a give-a-way for you!! The lucky winner will receive a “winners choice” of 2 spools of Ribbon from May Arts. The winner will be drawn from all the comments left here on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog to win. You certainly have a lot to choose from:

May Arts Ribbon

Remember, each comment you leave is one entry, so be sure to visit today not only for the great project idea, but also to enter your name into our give-away.

About May Arts

May Arts Ribbon was founded in the early 1980’s in Riverside, Connecticut. The original products were high-end silk flowers imported from Taiwan, which were decorated using quality ribbons. The decorative ribbons proved so popular among customers that the business gradually evolved into a dedicated ribbon wholesaler.

As a family-owned and operated business, May Arts began a long-standing tradition of quality, affordability and exceptional customer service. We are dedicated to carrying on this same tradition by offering high quality products at competitive prices. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is always happy to answer your questions or to assist you in placing your order.

May Arts carries a wide selection of quality ribbons to choose from; such as grosgrain, silk, satin, burlap and a variety of prints and patterns. All inventory is held in stock, so we can ship orders out right away—typically the same day.

Where to Buy May Arts Ribbons

The May Arts website is their wholesale site for online and brink and mortar retailers. We’ve linked to it so that you can easily view their entire product line in one place. There are numerous places where you can purchase May Arts Ribbons including many local scrapbook stores as well as online stores. Two of the online stores that carry the biggest selections that we are aware of include Amazon, who carry the complete May Arts Ribbon Line (plus you can qualify for free shipping). Click on the link we provided and it will take you to our May Arts Ribbon Search Results. To find a particular ribbon, go to the May Arts website, find the name of the ribbon and color and then enter that into your Amazon search results. Please note that through Amazon you’re buying by the roll. Most other online and local scrapbook stores sell May Arts Ribbon by the yard. One of the online stores that carries a great selection is Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.

Special May Arts Guest Designer
Today we a special project for you created by May Arts Guest Designer Christina Colón.  You can see Christina’s fabulous project below, but first, here is a little more about Christina:
1113chrissybioshotHi crafters!  My name is Christina but I go by Chrissy.  I currently live overseas on the beautiful island of Okinawa.  I am married to a wonderful man and have four children and two dogs.  I love crafting and consider “off the page” pieces and mini albums my strong suit.

Today, I am sharing two Christmas ornaments I made using an item most of us have loads of, I’m sure.  Washi tape!  That’s right!  A couple rolls of your favorite tapes and some glass, or plastic ornaments and you have a quick and easy project the whole family can do.

 

May Arts Guest Designer Project

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These ornaments are super easy to make.  Simply tear small pieces of tape and stick them to your ornament.  Once the ornament is covered, apply a coat of Mod Podge and sprinkle  with a clear glitter.  I used some May Arts ribbon to finish it off.

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This project is so easy to do, my kids are making them as well.

Supplies Used:
         
May Arts Ribbon:
 
Other Supplies:
Gauche Alchemy washi tape
Mod Podge
Clear glitter
Helmar 450 Adhesive

We hope you have enjoyed today’s feature. We want to extend a sincere thank you to Christina Colón for her fabulous projects and May Arts for sharing their company with us. Be sure to visit May Arts to see more of their great products and to enter the fabulous give-away.

In order to enter the give-away to win the ribbon rolls, please leave us a comment in the comments section of this post and visit May Arts to leave a comment on their blog as well. If you do not check the blog regularly, please leave an email address to contact you. Winners will be announced next week on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog!

58 replies on “Featured Company: May Arts”

  1. May Arts has so many different kinds of ribbon – and I’d love to have them all for my greeting cards.
    The ornaments are beautiful. thanks for the inspiration to make some for gifts.

  2. I love all of May Arts ribbons… and would love to win more! These projects are just beautiful and a great addition to any tree!

  3. Beautiful ornaments, Chrissy! Love the washi tape idea and the lovely May Arts trims and ribbons are always my favorites! Gorgeous!

  4. May Arts is my go-to ribbon. I would rather do without than use another brand. Truly! Everything they do is just perfect, which makes my projects close to perfect. Thank you for sharing such beautiful work here. I appreciate it.

  5. May Arts makes the biggest and best selection of ribbons I’ve ever seen. So many designers use it and show it off to its very best advantage. These ornaments are so unique. Love that red & white one!! I’ve had my eye on a few I’d love to own.

  6. I live with my married daughter and her family. She is always giving me grieve about my ribbon collection. Showed her the picture of the ribbon storage above, maybe she will leave me and my ribbon alone. (she doesn’t know about the big plastic tub full of ribbon in the garage. LOL

  7. I especially like the red and green one. The snow is pretty, and the ribbon looks nice. Good job.

  8. What cute ornaments. One is good for Christmas, the other for Hanukkah. I like the icy snow on the red and green one.

  9. I love May Arts ribbon. Thanks so much for a chance to win some. Those ornaments are very cute and would be a great project to make with the grandkids.

  10. I love May Arts ribbons! You cannot beat the quality and value. These ornaments are unique and well designed. Great job!

  11. What a great idea! I have some washi tape that will be perfect for this. I’ll be doing this tomorrow. Thank you!

  12. Great ornaments – would never have thought of using washi tape – thank you for the great ideas! Love May Arts ribbon – thank you for the giveaway!

  13. Beautiful ornaments! Thanks for the chance to win! Would be thrilled to win to 2 spools of May Arts fabulous ribbon!!

  14. Thank you for all of the love! For those that want to do this with kids, it’s perfect for them. My 13 year old and my 6 year old each made one. I also plan on doing these with my 6 year old’s class, though not using glass ornaments. 😉

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