Ribbon Rose Wreath

Hi All,

This wreath is perfect for any occasion, but as I’m doing it for this video, it will be perfect for Valentine’s Day that is right around the corner. In the video below I walk you through what I use to create my wreath and also how to actually do a ribbon rose. Enjoy!!

Supplies:

  • Wire frame wreath (I used an 18 inch one in my video.)
  • Wire to create a hanger (I used a large paperclip.)
  • Ribbon (preferably wire edged) of desired color or pattern
  • Needle and thread or hot glue depending on where you’ll have the wreath including storage. (hot glue can melt in storage if the temp is too high.)
  • Optional:
    • Decorative leaves of felt or other material (After the video I decided it needed a little more green so I sewed on a few sprigs of leaves.)
    • Wood ornament embellishments (I ended up staining mine to go with my house better.)
    • Other creative ideas or materials

Instructions:

  1. Add wire hook to the back of your wreath where you want to hang it.
  2. Cover wire frame wreath in a layer of ribbon all the way around.
  3. Create ribbon roses so they are ready to attach to your wreath.
  4. Attach roses in desired area with needle and thread.
  5. Attach any other desired embellishments.

Have a great day, and keep creating!!

Published by Donna Beth Feagins

I am a mom of 2, wife, and am always looking to create something myself instead of buying it. I met Katy from Little Katy Bugs after becoming a mom, and we both love to craft, both have active families, and a tactful way of telling others what we truly think. I LOVE THAT!!! Art is subjective and so is crafting. So, you may not love everything we make or do, but our goal is to inspire you to create yourself and make things that you will LOVE! We do still sell some of our crafts on the site, at craft fairs, and Katy now participates in a booth store front. Check out our Facebook page for more on the booth. Sometimes we just need inspiration and camaraderie. I hope we can help provide those things to you. Sincerely Donna Beth, a Co-Blogger of www.LittleKatyBugs.com

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