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19 Ways To Make Ribbon Flowers: {How-To

19 Ways To Make Ribbon Flowers: {How-To
Pretty ribbon flowers can be used to embellish all kinds of things such as tote bags, headbands, hair clips, shirts, brooches, scrapbooks and albums, gift toppers, etc. They can be made from assorted trims like organza, velvet, satin, grosgrain, pleated…you name it, there’s a flower you can make out of it! Here are over a dozen tutorials showing you how to make them including folded roses and ruffly flowers, enjoy! lisapace.com Ribbon Flower Tutorial: Simple method involving weaving thread through the ribbon and gathering it into a flower. Embellish with pretty buttons. No-Sew Rosette: Shows how to make a pretty flower using wired edge ribbon and a dab of hot glue. cuteasafox.com vanessachristenson.com Pin: Another tutorial showing how to make a pretty flower using wire edged ribbon, folding and sewing. Pleated: Made with satin or grosgrain pleated ribbon, a bit of glue, a piece of chipboard and a button. mayaroad.typepad.com hopestudios.blogspot.com candicecarpenter.typepad.com burdastyle.com

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