Saturday, January 13, 2018

Really Reasonable Ribbon January Blog Hop


Hello everyone and welcome to another amazing Blog Hop here at the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog!


Today you will see some great projects using our January Ribbon Club Assortment from our very talented design team. They always come up with some super ideas. 





Isn't this assortment great??  It contains 9 styles and a total of 17 yards.  If you aren't already a ribbon club member, why not join us today!  You will get a fun new ribbon assortment shipped automatically each month.

Now let's get hopping and see what our fabulous design team has created this month!

Here is our blog hop list.  If you get lost along the way, hop on back here and we'll get you back on track.

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Now, be sure to leave some love at all the stops along the way. Your comments are most appreciated!


At the end of the hop, comment on this post answering the question below for a chance to win our January Ribbon Club assortment shown below.
Prize is offered to customers with US shipping addresses only.



Our question of the month is:
What is the temperature and snow total outside your house?

Also please know that if you are sitting pretty in a warm climate - I hate you!  (NO not really, but you should appreciate your climate!)  It's been below freezing for a long time in NY and in the negative numbers as well and we are all very cranky.  :)  Perfect time for getting crafty though!!

Our winner will be selected from the numbered comments on this post on Thursday, January 18th. Be sure to check back on Thursday evening to see if you are our lucky winner.

Thanks so much for hopping with us today. We hope you'll stop by and so some shopping at Really Reasonable Ribbon soon.

~Bonnie Garby~

25 comments :

  1. Today it is in the 40s and we're experiencing the January Thaw after two weeks of near zero temperatures here in central Maine. The ice on roofs, paths, and driveway has melted and much of the snow is gone and because it is raining today the snowpack keeps shrinking. We're expecting a serious drop in temperature by noon followed by hours of freezing rain. Loved the Blog Hop! Thanks for so many good ideas!!!

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  2. Well the temperature at this time is 31 degrees and clear. We had heavy rains yesterday that washed all of the snow away! If only that was the last of it. According to the weather channel we will have more snow on Wednesday. I loved this blog hop. The ribbons are so beautiful. I must now start using more ribbon on my cards!

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  3. It is 17 degrees outside with just about an inch of snow on the ground here in Central Kentucky. Brrr!! Beautiful ribbon assortment this month! Thanks!

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  4. Very pretty set of ribbons for Valentine's projects. We have about 4-5 inches of snow that came after an ice storm yesterday. It is in the low 20's today.

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  5. I almost feel guilty about listing our weather in WA...after several days of dark and gloomy clouds and rain, today is sunny and forecast to be right at 50! Hooray! NO WHITE STUFF!!! I was surprised to see how vibrant the pink colors photographed on individual sites. The product image is a much softer look. Both are so pretty! Ribbons make such a wonderful difference! LOVE all the tips on creating bows...much appreciated!

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  6. 65 degrees today. I'm going for a walk in just a few minutes. And NO snow...ah, yes...gotta love Las Vegas!
    Karen Letchworth
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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  7. No snow here in South Florida. The temp right now is about 63*.
    We did get into the high 30's last week if that makes your feel
    any better. Sorry!!! :-)

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  8. Here in KY we've had single digit temps the last few weeks. It's actually warmer this week but we got some ice and about 3" od snow on top of that with temps in the teens. And possibly more snow on the way. I had to go buy some thermals as our heat wasn't working in the grocery store I work at.

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  9. My snow total is zero, but it's cold in Alabama. Had a trace amount of snow last night and flurries today, but no accumulation. Sorry. Stunning hop. Thank for the inspiration. Love your ribbon and designs. Happy New Year.

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  10. Currently it's 10 degrees and we have a couple of inches of snow. I really don't mind it though...my boys had a snow day and it was fun to stay cozy.

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  11. Currently it's 10 degrees and we have a couple of inches of snow. I really don't mind it though...my boys had a snow day and it was fun to stay cozy.

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  12. Awesome hop! I enjoyed all the creations with this pretty Valentine Mix!
    Very warm here for January in northern CA... we've been in the '60s! No snow at all!

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  13. You presented a very inspirational blog hop! I will definitely spend some time in my crafting-room today thanks to you all. Currently in Southern Sweden it's only two degrees below zero (Celsius) and just a few centimeters of snow.

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  14. Here in NE Ohio it's 10 degrees. How much of the white stuff is difficult to determine since winds have caused drifts. Lovely collection of ribbons!

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  15. I'm in CT - so we are in the same boat weather-wise ... frozen solid! LOL

    Love this ribbon collection - would be the perfect addition to my Valentine albums and folios! Thanks for the opportunity to win a set!

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  16. We are not having the tropical weather you would expect in Houston this week. We are predicted to wake up to a wintry mix Tuesday. I thought we had our snow this year. December 7th, we had REAL snow - the snowball-making, snowman-building kind.

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  17. The temp this morning was 5 below warmed to 15 above and now it is snowing. The wind chill has been 25 to 35 below! Snow not much like 5 inchs. Fabulous hop!

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  18. St Louis, MO area=28 degrees with snow flurries. For the last several years, we have dodged the Snow Bullet!

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  19. Today was 60 and no snow in Siesta Key, Florida. It's below average but we are enjoying it compared to 9 degrees back home in KY this morning.

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  20. Love this ribbon assortment for upcoming Valentine's projects! It was a balmy 28 degrees in Anchorage today with about 3 feet of snow at my house. On the plus side, we are up to 6 hours of daylight!

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  21. I just finished this fabulous blog hop and have to admit that it was one of my favorites!! Possibly because of this gorgeous set of ribbons!! Pinks are one of my very favorites!! You have such wonderful and so talented designers!! My favorites!

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    1. Oh and it's a mere 19 degrees in Orlando though sunny. Colder than usual, of course.

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  23. Beautiful ribbon. I do live in a warm climate, East Texas but it has been a cold winter for us. Burnt a lot of wood in the wood burning stove. Supposed to snow and ice up later today but right now the temps are 60 degrees. Was really pretty today. Please don't hate me!

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  24. It's about 20 with no snow at the moment, but rumor has it that will change on Wednesday. I'm very excited about that. I adore snow! It's snowed several times this winter, but not much accumulation yet. It's so beautiful and clean looking when everything is covered in white!

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