Swim Ribbon Wreath

3 Materials
3 Hours

Do you have kids that love sswimming or swam on a swim team. Then you must have lots of ribbons. I have lots of bins filled with swim team ribbons and medals for all three of my kids. So I was trying to figure out what project I could make with swimming ribbons. That’s when I came up with this Swim Ribbon Wreath.

swim ribbon wreath

Step 1: Ribbons.

  1. You have to remove the label on the back of the ribbons so you can cut them in half.
  2. You need to iron them if they are wrinkled from being put away. Pick the colors you would like to use. I choose blue and green ribbons. But any color works. I may make a red and gold one for the holidays.
swim ribbon wreath

Step 2: Cut the ribbons.

  1. Make sure you cut the ribbon in half.
  2. Tie them to a round metal wire wreath.
  3. If the ribbons are wide sometimes you may have to cut in thirds. It is much easier to tie them on the wreath.
swim ribbon wreath

Step 3: Add other colors of ribbon.

You can add other colors of ribbon to make it fuller and more colorful. I wanted a blue and green wreath so I added some white for more color and contrast. It is totally up to you what color you choose.

swim ribbon wreath

Step 4:Tie the ribbon process

Tie the ribbon close together on the metal wreath. This take a few hours to do. It is a little time consuming. Make sure its full.

swim ribbon wreath

Step 5:

You can hang this wreath anywhere. The back of the wire wreath makes it easy to hang.

swim ribbon wreath
swim ribbon wreath
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