Do you know the feeling when you are looking for a specific piece of ribbon and you cannot find it because it is burried under a pile of various other ribbons ... or you find it and then it is entangled with loads of others and it takes you forever to get it out? A couple of days ago I had quite enough of being in this situation and thought that there had to be a way of avoiding such a dilemma. And the answer for me came with some ribbons I bought from Ebay. They were attached to a little tag and I thought that I should be able to replicate this scheme for my ribbons. And here is what I came up with - ribbon tags thanks to nestabilities, quickutz circles, crop-a-dile and the Graphics Fairy
I printed the images from the Graphics Fairy on slightly textured and quite thick white cardstock, cut the tag with nestabilities and a hole for the ribbons in the bottom of the tags with the circle die. And the tags were ready for the ribbons.
I now only had to think of a method to store the ribbons and I decided that a hanging option would be best ... this is why there is a hole at the top of the tag.