How to Make a Windsock with Offray Ribbon {tutorial}

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Hello! I love easy summer crafts, and this one fits the bill perfectly! Today I’d love to show you How to Make a Windsock with just a few supplies & tons of fun, colorful ribbon from Offray. This windsock would make a great addition to a little girl’s room or at a summer get together or make a bunch & hang them at your next party. They can be personalized with so many color combinations & are so quick to put together. So let’s get started!

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how to make a windsock

large tin can
spray paint
Offray 1 & 1/2 inch Grosgrain Ribbon (red, torrid orange, maize, lemon grass, electric blue, regal purple & royal orchid)
hot glue gun & glue
bottle opener
vinyl lettering (optional)

windsock supplies

First, you’ll wash out & then cut off both ends of a large tin can. Then spray paint the can your favorite color. I chose orange!

windsock tutorial

After the paint dried. I added some vinyl lettering to mine. You can see a how to cut & apply vinyl lettering tutorial right {HERE}. If you don’t have a vinyl cutter you could paint a design on your can ~ stripes, polka dots or chevron or add stickers even glitter. Get creative! 🙂

windsock vinyl

Next poke two holes on opposite sides of your can with a bottle opener & tie on a ribbon handle.

windsock kid craft

Then you’ll use a hot glue gun to attach your ribbon streamers.

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Just keep adding ribbon until you go all the way around your can.

windsock offray

Now the only thing left to do is hang up you pretty windsock & enjoy! 😉

how to use ribbon to make a windsock

how to make a windsock

Check out some of my favorite Offray ribbon posts below. Click on the pictures! 🙂[2]

Rainbow Wall Hanging at #offray   #ribbon #sponsored_thumb[3]

DIY Sports Ribbon at GingerSnapCrafts.com_thumb

ribbon flip flops at GingerSnapCrafts.com_thumb_thumb

DIY Ribbon Wand with Offray Ribbon at #ribbon #DIY #offray_thumb

Do you have any favorite ribbon projects you’ve done?
I’d love to hear! Leave a comment below. 🙂

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