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DIY Ribbon Wreath for Christmas

Create your own festive ribbon wreath for the holiday season with this easy do-it-yourself project. This DIY ribbon wreath is a fun and creative way to add a personalized touch to your Christmas decor. You can customize the colors and patterns of the ribbons to match your existing decorations or create a completely unique look. This project is perfect for crafters of all skill levels and can be completed in just a few hours. Get into the holiday spirit by making your own ribbon wreath and impress your guests with your handmade decor this Christmas season.

Supplies Needed for DIY Ribbon Wreath:

  • 15.6″ White Foam Wreath
  • 1.5″ Wide Red Satin Ribbon
  • 3/8″ green satin ribbon
  • 2.5″ green satin ribbon for bow or purchase an already-made bow
  • Bow Maker – optional but lots of fun to use!
  • Hot glue or tape

Step One: Start by wrapping the foam wreath with 1.5″ red satin ribbon. Use hot glue or tape to hold the beginning and end of the ribbon in place. You could make this wreath temporary by just using tape. After the holidays, you can remove the ribbon and use it for other projects. While wrapping the ribbon, try to space the bands out evenly and be sure to leave enough room for the green ribbon which comes next.

Step Two: After the red ribbon is in place, wrap the thin 3/8″ green ribbon around the wreath form so the green ribbon falls in between each strip of red ribbon.

Step Three: Add a bow! You can use a pre-purchased bow from the craft store or create your own. I used a bow maker my mom had to make my large green bow and followed the directions for a “wreath bow”. I used about 4 yards of ribbon.

The bow was made with three loops that were 10″ long (the loops extended to the 5″ marking on my bow maker) and two loops 8″ long (these loops extended to the 4″ marking on my bow maker). The center loop was 1.5″ long and my streamers ended up being about 11.5″ long. I used a thin piece of wire to hold the bow together.

If you don’t have a bow maker and want to try making your own bow, there are lots of handy YouTube videos showing how to make your own bows by hand. You can of course skip the handmade bow and simply purchase a pre-made bow. I found lots of beautiful bows at both Michaels and Joann Fabrics, plus there are even more available on Amazon. Look for a bow that is about 10″ wide.

Step Four: Add a hanging loop. Cover the top of the wreath form, where your red and green ribbon began, with a wide strip of ribbon. I used the same ribbon as my bow. Add a hanging loop with thinner ribbon around this. Attach your bow with wire or another piece of ribbon.

The wreath is finished! I love a quick Christmas project! Hang the wreath up and enjoy your new DIY ribbon wreath!

 

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