Easy Football Themed Ribbon Wreath

2 Materials
$20
30 Minutes
Easy

Follow along with this quick and easy ribbon wreath tutorial. (Mine is Football themed).


This easy and attractive wreath was fast and inexpensive. Also, since you don't cut the ribbon, you can upwrap it and reuse it for different projects in the future.


Here are the materials I used:


Wire wreath form $5.87 for two 16″ wire wreath forms

Football ribbon (2) $9.99 each

Green Yardage ribbon (1) $12.32The ribbon was wired ribbon, and the size was 2 1/2″ width, and 10 yds length.


I purchased all of the supplies from Amazon. Here’s a link to the products I used (As an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases): SuperBowl Wreath Supplies


After you check out this project, if you'd like to view other projects, such as:


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Check them out at the "home made" section of my site: Home Made Projects

Video tutorial

If you prefer to view this in video form, here's a quick tutorial--under 5 minutes start to finish.

Super Bowl Ribbon Wreath

Here's a look at your finished product!

Getting started

Take the ribbon and tie it off at a starting point on the wire wreath to secure it.

Make Loops

Start making loops with the ribbon. It needs to be wired ribbon in order to stay properly. Loop it under the wire in the wreath form and then create another loop in the next section.

Keep looping

Keep looping the ribbon and twisting it under the wire wreath so that you can fill up the sections and make the wreath look full. You don't need to cut the ribbon, just keep pushing it down to remain secure.

Keep going

Keep going as above and watch the wreath begin to fill out.

Almost there

Keep it going and just keep pushing down the ribbon to keep it secure

Secure it at the end

When you reach the end, secure the ribbon by twisting it around the underlying wire form.

Add decorative bow

Fluff up your ribbon and then add a coordinating bow for some added color and contrast.

Finishing the bow

The bow I prefer is the type where you simply loop the ribbon back and forth three times, holding it in the center with your fingers. Then you can secure that bow by looping the wired ribbon around the center and then wrapping it around the wreath form.


Let me know if you have questions, or please take a look at the video tutorial to get a better view!

I'd love to see your wreaths!

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