This DIY Ribbon Wreath was first seen over on See Vanessa Craft.
Good morning! It’s Friday ~ time for another Halloween craft. Annnnnd this easy DIY Ribbon Wreath would be the perfect addition to your front door. Best of all, it’s super easy to make & the kiddos can even get involved. Let’s get started!
metal wreath frame
lots of ribbon*
wooden letters to spell EEK
*This much ribbon can get quite expensive if you went out & bought it. I was lucky & was sent all this ribbon for free from the company a few years ago. You could also use strips of fabric for a less expensive option.
First, I cut my ribbon in 13 inch lengths. My 9 year old daughter helped me do this!
Then we started tying on the strips of ribbon. I just used a single knot tied tightly.
You just keep going around until your wreath is as fluffy & big as you want it. I didn’t take a picture of this step, but be sure to trim all the frayed edges off when you done tying.
Next, I painted my letters. Let them dry.
I distressed them a little bit. Then I hot glued ribbon on the back & tied them to my wreath.
I think it’s a fun addition to my front door for Halloween. 🙂
Check out more Halloween fun over on See Vanessa Craft. #30CraftyDaysofHalloween
Have a great weekend! I’ll see you back here on Monday!
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