More Ribbon Fun with Stampendous and May Arts

We’re back for Day 2 of our week long romp through the spools of ribbon with the folks at May Arts! Today we’re bringing you some Design Team Inspiration from:

Stampendous Impressions Blog (you are here)

Janelle Stollfus

Jennifer Dove

Stephanie Lee

Taylor Usry

Suzanne Czosek

May Arts Blog

And here on the home front we’re sharing with you just how a gorgeous piece of wide, silk ribbon can spice up an easy gift idea! Painting this inexpensive wooden “basket” from Michaels Stores with acrylic paint then embossing on it with our Cling Jumbo Pinecone Boughs, Aged Green Embossing Enamel and Carnelian PEARLustre Embossing Powder was simple. Adding the bright red ribbon just finished it off and made it so completely festive! A fast easy way to a gift container that will be used over and over for gift giving or to hold pencils, brushes, silk plants or any number of things. Wow!

Pinecone Bough Box by Kristine Reynolds

Wanna win some ribbon and stamps? Visit all the blogs above and leave insightful comments (the kind that let us know you really looked at the project). We’ll choose a random blogger each day to pick a random winner! Congratulations to Monday’s winner from Wendy Jordan’s Blog:


Email us at, Jen, to claim your prize of some exciting Stampendous stamps and May Arts ribbons!!

29 thoughts on “More Ribbon Fun with Stampendous and May Arts

  1. Love how you decorated that cute basket! The pine bough stamp is gorgeous and the pretty bow really makes it special!


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