Enjoy the Olympics with Ribbons
Around the world right now, everyone is glued to their television set to watch Olympians of all sizes and shapes compete to take home the gold. And here’s your chance to celebrate the world’s foremost sports competition where more than 200 nations participate in a variety of games – just read on! We’ve gathered up wonderful blue, yellow, black, green, and red ribbons to show our Olympic spirit and to help with any crafts you might have lined up with the kids. Let the games begin!
History of the Rings
Designed by Pierre de Coubertin in 1912, the Olympic rings represent the five parts of the world that participate in the games. Each color (blue, yellow, black, green, and red) mirrors the different colors found in the flags of each nation. Whether you are traveling to exotic China or tropical Brazil, everyone recognizes this international symbol.
¾” Metallic & Iridescent Flat Ribbons – Comes in 100 yards on a paper spool.
¾” Moiré Satin Finish Poly Ribbons – Waterproof and spill resistant
1-7/16” Fabric Embossed Floral Type Ribbons – Great for indoor packaging or outdoor display
1-1/4” Satin Finish Ribbons – Smooth and flat ribbon that’s spill resistant
1-1/4” Satin Finish Poly Ribbons – Comes in 250 yards per spool