Prototypes: Prize Ribbon Rosettes

A while back I was working with Making Memories to develop product in their Bravissimo line. I have photos of some of the prototypes I designed and with their permission I wanted to share them with you for project inspiration. Most of these are Valentine themed but there are a few generic ones in the mix. These were so much fun to make using a scoring board, shape punches, hot glue, scrapbook paper, crepe paper, a few papers I designed myself and printed out, glitter paper, ribbon and embellishments. They are a great way to use up your scrapbook paper material stash. Most of the prototype centers are blank, but you could add any trinket, printed sentiment or photo to ones you make. Click images to enlarge for detail.

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11 Responses to Prototypes: Prize Ribbon Rosettes

  1. #1 - Danee says:

    Your prize ribbons are always so beautiful

  2. #2 - Heather says:

    These are fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing with all of us.

  3. #3 - Merri Jo says:

    Those are ADORABLE!

  4. #4 - Michelle says:

    These are just gorgeous! You are inspiring to me!

  5. #5 - Julia D. says:

    Your design and talent are spectacular in all of these as usual!
    Thank you for sharing with us. Love all the rick rack, ribbon and lace.

  6. #6 - smee says:

    you made me start a whole new pin board! These are *really* inspirational! Thank so much for sharing your talent!

  7. #7 - Roar Sweetly says:

    Just discovered your blog love it. What a talented woman you are!

  8. #8 - Sharon says:

    They are all so pretty. Love your posts.

  9. #9 - Kami says:

    Ooooh… the cherry one and last red and blue one are my favorites! 🙂

  10. #10 - Marcie Rhys says:


    I hope that all of these designs were chosen! I saw lots of these in the craft stores this last year, and not one could compare to yours. Since seeing yours, I can hardly wait to whip up a few. They would make fun wreaths for a door, like a worlds’ best father or mother (no kidos of my own).

    I don’t have much time on the computer these days (three relatives averaging 90 years old that need a lot of help), but when I get a chance, I come to your site because it’s always like Christmas morning! Your posts are TOO wonderful. Thank you so very much.

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