diy-wedding-ribbon-wands

What You’ll Need (for the ribbon wands)
20 yards of ribbon total (roughly) – a mix of widths and colors
1 dozen wooden dowels  (12″ inches long)
1 dozen flowers (paper, silk, or applique)
Scissors
Hot glue gun and glue sticks

Ribbon Wand Instructions

1. Gather several lengths of ribbon of varied colors and widths and tie them in a knot around the end of a wooden dowel.

2.  Use your glue gun to attach  a flower (paper, silk, or sequin applique (as shown) on the the ribbon knot.

3.  Neatly trim the ends of the ribbon at an angle.

4. Place in a vase or container, like the pin wheels, for your guests.

What it Costs
(to make 12 ribbon wands)
20 yards of ribbon (ranging from $.25 – $.75 a yard = $10
Package of 12 dowels = $2
Sequin appliques (from my craft stash… I have no idea what they cost)
Total=$12
Project created by Laurie Cinotto

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jamesmount | Reply

We can also make these flowers by using silk or velvet ribbon. They look really awesome, you gotta try this man!

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