Spring Ribbon Flower Wreath

4 Materials
1 Hour

Learn how to create ribbon flowers to embellish a small 6″ grapevine wreath.

How to make a Spring Ribbon Wreath

A great little Spring decoration.

Ribbon Flowers looks great on bags, gifts, wedding decorations and hair accessories.

Materials Used:

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  • Cut a 6″ piece of ribbon.
  • Use the ink applicator to apply purple ink to one edge of the ribbon.

  • Create a running stitch down the side of the ribbon that was not inked.
  • Gather up the ribbon with the thread and tie thread ends in a knot.
  • glue small vintage button to the center of the flower.
  • to create leaves: fold a small strip of green ribbon and glue to the back of the flower.

  • Glue flowers onto wreath.
  • Optional: Glue small sprigs of flowers on each end of the ribbon flowers.

Hang your small wreath on a doorknob or decorative window and Enjoy.

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