Ribbon wreaths are pretty simple to make and transform your home décor with impeccable charm. In this article, we have compiled a selection of tutorials for you to choose from. You can mix and match the colors to befit any occasion. If you want, you can make them in Dallas Cowboys, Clemson, Gator, LSU, Steelers, Auburn and Ohio State team colors. The ribbons used can be regular, crinkled, twisted, no cut, curly, spiral, etc. You can use satin, grosgrain or velvet ribbons. Choose a wire wreath form, cardboard or Styrofoam ring or an embroidery hoop as the wreath base.
Red, blue and green ribbons add a touch of vitality to the ribbon wreath. You can alter the colors to make it suitable for occasions like Mardi Gras, Thanksgiving, Easter, Fiesta, etc.
A straw wreath form is entirely wrapped with green ribbon for making this lush wreath. Make bows with ribbons and attach them to the wreath base with U pins.
A wire frame serves as the base of this multi-colored wreath. The tutorial basically involves tying the ribbons on the wire base.
Soak in the festive spirit of the holiday season by designing a Christmas wreath made with ribbon. A metallic wreath frame and x-mas ribbons are the staples for your winter DIY. Get the detailed instructions from the above-linked tutorial. If you are bored with the traditional plain red, green and white ribbons, go for plaid ones.
The addition of striped ribbons gives this homemade wreath an edge over the others. The base of the wreath is made by bending a clothes hanger into a circle.
This handmade wreath is made with wired ribbon. The ribbon is cut into pieces and tied around a cardboard wreath form.
If you want, you can make a rag wreath by using scrap ribbon. It can be a great stash buster. This red ribbon wreath would be great for interior as well as outdoor décor.
If you don’t like the slim and sleek look of this wreath made from ribbons, you can opt for a larger wreath form and cover it with wide ribbons.
Usher in autumn in style by making this designer fall ribbon wreath. The fall colors of yellow, brown and orange have a timeless appeal. If you want to showcase your patriotic feelings on the fourth of July, you can DIY it with red, white and blue ribbons.
This attractive wreath is made in a winsome combination of black and orange ribbons. For Halloween, you can also make a pumpkin wreath by using only orange ribbons for the entire body, excepting the top. Cover the apex with black ribbons.
Weaving a ribbon wreath would seem simple after you go through the above-linked tutorial. The small wreath can be made into a hair clip, tree ornament and fridge magnet.
Arrange the mementos of your horse and dog show achievements in a unique way by designing a wreath. The different colors lend it an eye-catchy look.
Decorate your front door for a birthday party by hanging this resplendent curly ribbon wreath on your front door. It can be an attractive decoration for your window.
Here, loops are made with ribbons and then attached to a wreath base. The blue ribbons make it suitable for a baby boy’s birthday or baby shower. If it’s a baby girl, go for pink ribbons. The girly color can also be used if you want to design a wreath for breast cancer awareness.
You can have a wire wreath form in the shape of Mickey or Minnie’s head and cover it up with red and black ribbons for sporting a Disney theme. A pink or red polka-dotted ribbon bow at the top distinguishes a Minnie Mouse ribbon wreath from a Mickey Mouse one. You can also make the wreath in farmhouse or football theme by choosing the appropriate ribbons. Silver ribbons give it a sheen while tartan ribbons give it an edge.
Published on September 16th 2019 by Peyton Derrida