You are invited to join the Ribbon project. There is no fee - all you need to do is create and display a Ribbon. You will have then joined with others around the world in creating and thinking in terms of care and protection of the earth and its inhabitants.
How to make a Ribbon panel
- Cut a panel of sturdy cloth, double thickness, of any color, finished size one meter by a half meter (or one yard by a half yard).
- Sew several rows of stitching as a border on all four sides to give the panel strength. Sew 20cm or 9 inch pieces of ribbon or bias tape to each corner so the panels may be easily tied together.
- On this panel sew, paint, write, embroider, applique, weave, knit, tie-dye or use any other kind of ornaments to express what you most love about the world and want to protect from what is endangered on this earth.
- Write your name, address and any message on the back of the panel.
Please reproduce and/or translate Ribbon information freely. Email (info@theribboninternational) or FB us of Ribbon events, articles and photos. For a brief history of the Ribbon, which includes several books and articles see on this website: “History of The Ribbon” by Susan D. Macafee, and the YouTube channel and WIKIpedia.
BECOME A LOCAL CONTACT FOR THE RIBBON IN YOUR COMMUNITY - organizations, schools, places of worship, individuals, artists, teachers and many others have adopted the Ribbon project for such celebrated days as Earth Day, World Peace Week and United Nations/Global Citizenship Day to promote local awareness and action. Create Ribbons to display at local events, advertise in newspapers, organization newsletters, on radio and TV.
|THE NEW RIBBON: TANGIBLE HOPE|
|THE UNITED NATIONS HAS DESIGNATED SEPTEMBER 21||THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
Honor this day of global cease fire
|CREATE RIBBON EXHIBITS FOR PEACE|
To help support the Ribbon project and keep it growing around the world please send tax exempt donations made out to - Peace Action Education Fund, 40 Witherspoon St., Princeton, NJ 08542, USA and indicate that this is a donation to The Ribbon International Project.