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Ribbons

Explore 80 projects, 24 articles, 12 galleries, 85 videos, and more

Glittered Leaf Gift Toppers

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Blooming Rings

Steps:2
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Jewelry making
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Ribbon Pomander

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Beribboned Shoes

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Embellishing clothes, Shoes
Matching shoes to bridesmaid dresses is easy when you customize them with ribbon. Wide or narrow ribbons look equally lovely on a pair of basic sandals; for thin back straps, cut wide ribbons into strips or use narrow ones.
Materials
  • Fabric Glue
  • Ribbon
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Soft Touches: Program Jackets

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Wide moire taffeta ribbon becomes a beautiful jacket for a wedding program. A narrow brown ribbon tied in a simple bow holds the finished booklet closed.
Materials
  • Scalloping shears
  • 4 1/2-inch-wide moire taffeta ribbon cut to 7-inch length
  • Program printed on 6 1/4-by-4 1/4-inch paper
  • Paper clips
  • Thin satin ribbon 18 3/4 inches long
  • Pins
  • Sewing machine
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Velvet Table Numbers

Steps:5
Other Ideas:
Stamping, Table decorations
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Basket-Weave Bouquet Wrap

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Ribbon Ring Pillow

Steps:3
Other Ideas:
Sewing
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Paper Cone Basket

Steps:6
Other Ideas:
Kids, Paper
Instead of a traditional flower-girl basket, why not try a paper cone? Besides being inexpensive, it can be tailored to complement the flowers or your littlest attendant's dress.
Materials
  • 8 1/2-by-11-inch piece of printed paper
  • Double-sided tape
  • Scallop scissors
  • Small hole punch
  • One 14-inch-long, 5-millimeter ribbon
  • Two 6-inch-long, 5-millimeter ribbons
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