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what are you going to do with the horse show ribbons after the wedding? If you'd like to sell them, please contact me at Crainecdc@aol.com, good luck with the wedding!!

Don't you just love championship ribbons?

I inherited my love of gardening from my great grandma, and this past summer my grandma told me about how every summer her mother, my great grandma would come home with tons and tons of ribbons from flower shows. It breaks my heart that those ribbons are long lost and forgotten. I'd give anything to have a collection of them pasted down from her. *sniff*

And off topic, hehe, did you get anything special in the mail lately? I hope it arrived safely! =)

I love your style - France, birds, horses...What a trio!

I never would have thought of something like that, but I love it! You are so creative and I love keeping up with your blog!

New to your lovely blog! Very cute idea. Being from Kentucky, I think this would be very fitting for a wedding here!

I like receiving gifts from friends and family, but what I do like the most is the ribbons that come with it. I like collecting ribbons.

I like placing ribbons on gifts and I also collect them. From different sizes and different designs, I collect them all.

Nice collection of horse shoe ribbons, I've never seen this many before, (that is vintage shoe ribbons). A very unique theme for a wedding, I love it.

I just discovered your blog and have loved reading through it this morning! How fun to see a picture of my pastel prize ribbons on this post! You can peek at my post with the same pic here: http://velvetstrawberries.typepad.com/andreasingarella/2008/08/an-anniversary.html

Thanks for so much pretty eye candy & inspiration!

Lovely ribbons, very vintage and this is my style! thanks for the site, I will surely buy some from there, do you know other sites where I can find similar items?

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