Ribbon Cards

Hiyah!

I needed some cards for storing some bakers twine on and well, it wouldn’t be right to not share it with you :) I’ve made a 2 section version as well if you’d rather have 2 different ribbons/threads on the same card, there’s a hole in the top of them as I’m thinking about hanging mine up on some scrapbook rings.

I cut 2 copies out of kraft card and stuck them together with double sided tape to make it sturdier so it wouldn’t bend when I wound the thread on.

ribbon card

Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)

Ribbon Cards by Bird

Ribbon Cards Digital Cutting File by Bird

A quick little cut file for you today but a handy one I hope :)

32 thoughts on “Ribbon Cards

  1. Marla H.

    I love storing my ribbons and trims on cards like this and I have even boughten those made by Cropper Hopper and store them on rings over the closet rod in my craft closet. TFS.

  2. linda

    A big thank you for all that you share. I love your card designs and this ribbon winding card is much more refined than the ones I made out of poster board. I will start using yours for new ribbon purchases.

  3. April

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!! I can’t wait to get things organized. This is going to help tremendously!

  4. Jean

    Thank you so much for this very useful file. It is very remiss of me not to post a comment every time you share your beautiful templates. You are extremely talented and I love all your files, again thanks for sharing all your hard work. Jean x

  5. Joanne

    Thanks for this file.. I have a bunch of embroidery thread to separate and roll and this file is just the thing I needed.. Thanks again..
    Joanne
    Martinsburg, W.V.

  6. Christine

    What a wonderful idea! I use these bobbins for embroidery floss and so appreciate the opportunity to cut my own! Interestingly, I just saw a post at amazingpapergrace.com where the blogger cut bobbins to store flat lace. Another super idea!

  7. Paula Gale

    I ‘acquired’ some of these – not sure where from and they are SO useful. It’s like you knew I needed some more, because I was thinking that I could do with making some or looking for a file… I put bakers twine on mine too, otherwise it would have become all knotted up!

    Thank you so much for sharing

    Paula xxx

  8. Yolanda R.

    This is pretty cool! You can also cut it out of chipboard for sturdiness. Maybe even cut out pretty paper and modpodge it to make it pretty.
    Thanks for the file.

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