Ribbon Wreath Ornament

Wreaths can make a home look stunning, and they are a quick change for seasons and holidays. For the past few years I have been making ribbon wreaths. Last year I made some ribbon wreath ornaments to tie on presents. Since they were such a huge hit with family and friends I decided to make them again this year.

Supplies
• 3\” Wreath Form
I bought a 3 inch styrofoam cylinder and cut it into three equal pieces. I then took a small circle cookie cutter and cut a circle in the middle of each \”wreath\”.
• 105 (2.5\” long pieces of 3/8\” wide ribbon of your choice)
• 7\” length ribbon for hanging your wreath with
Aleen\’s Original Tacky Glue
• Hot Glue Gun & Sticks

I bought a 3 inch styrofoam cylinder and cut it into three equal pieces. I then took a small circle cookie cutter and cut a circle in the middle of each \”wreath\”.

Cut 105 pieces of ribbon 2.5 inches long (three colors of ribbon is 35 pieces each)
Use Aleen\’s Original Tacky Glue and put a dot on each piece of your ribbon.

After each ribbon has a dot of glue begin to fold them into a circle like the picture seen above.
If you dot one ribbon and fold right away it won\’t stay together.

Glue the ribbon to the styrofoam (I used hot glue)
* Note: You can wrap your wreath form with ribbon if the glue gun is melting your styrofoam.

27 Comments on “Ribbon Wreath Ornament

  1. So cute, I wanted to make something like this for my dorm room door, but just didn't have time while I was home for Thanksgiving :(xx Emily @ laughliveandshop.blogspot.com

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  2. that looks so cute! love it, thanks for sharing. I'm going to try to do a few more DIY this weekend – I'll include this one 🙂

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  3. this is adorable…i have some ribbon that gives me fits when I try to tie bows that would be perfect for this craft. I wonder if I can figure out how to get this on a card. 😉 Adorable craft idea!

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