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Recycle Leftover Ribbon in Beautiful Ways
Almost everyone has extra rolls of ribbon in their home. Although the first thing that people associate ribbon with is gift wrapping, there are many other ways to repurpose those leftover bits and pieces of fabric.
It is possible to turn ribbon into hairbows, wall art, and even a chandelier. The following 13 ribbon craft projects will show you how to transform colorful strips of fabric into cute craft projects.Continue to 2 of 14 below.
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Have any scrap ribbon and buttons leftover from a sewing project? Turn them into these adorable, easy-to-make ribbon flowers at no extra cost to you. These look great adorned to headbands, bags, or even as magnets. Or, spend a crafternoon with kids and make a whole bunch.
Ribbon Flowers from The Spruce CraftsContinue to 3 of 14 below.
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This pretty wreath is perfect for winter and holiday decor. You can switch up the ribbon and flowers for a spring or summer wreath as well. We love how simple this craft is—even your kids can help you assemble for a fun crafternoon.
Ribbon Wreath from The Spruce CraftsContinue to 4 of 14 below.
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Ribbon Tassel Keychain
A ribbon tassel keychain is a perfect project for using up all those leftover bits of ribbon you don't want to throw away because you love the design so much. Just attach the ribbon strands to a metal ring, and you will have a pretty keychain that you'll always be able to find in your purse.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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If you have a knack for needlecrafts, you have to try your hand at this embroidery technique. Use ribbon instead of string to create a stunning textured flower bouquet.
Embroidered Ribbon Bouquet from The Spruce CraftsContinue to 6 of 14 below.
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DIY Sunglasses Storage & Display Organizer
Display and organize your sunglasses with this innovative frame and ribbon craft. Attach a piece of stylish fabric to the back of a picture frame, then hot glue ribbon in place to insert your sunglasses. You will have both storage and style for your glasses in less than thirty minutes.Continue to 8 of 14 below.
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Recycle an Old Lampshade Into a Chandelier
Do you have an old lampshade that has seen better days? Recycle it into a beautiful ribbon chandelier. This repurposed shade is so pretty you will want to make more! Why not make one as a decoration for your next bridal shower or even as wedding decor?Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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30-Minute Farmhouse Wreath for Under $10
Chip and Joanna Gaines made the farmhouse design style popular with their HGTV show Fixer Upper. Make a farmhouse style wreath for your front door from wired canvas ribbon. Joanna Gaines would surely approve of it. It's easy and costs less than $10 to make. We all love that.Continue to 10 of 14 below.
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Ribbon Wall Hanging
If you are a fan of bohemian-style home decor, then this project is for you. Knot neutral or pastel-colored ribbons in a row onto a branch. Vary the length of the ribbons so that you have a point in the middle of the wall hanging. Attach old keys, beads or jewels onto the fabric strips to add interest. What a thrifty and creative way to make wall decor for your home.Continue to 11 of 14 below.
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Christmas Ribbon Star Ornaments
This beautiful ribbon Christmas star is inspired by a traditional Danish paper craft with a twist. Instead of using paper strips, swap them out with ribbon to make this delightful ornament for your tree. The Christmas star looks exceptionally pretty with red and white striped ribbon but would be lovely in another color as well.Continue to 12 of 14 below.
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Sunflower Wreath With Ribbon Rose Center
Welcome your guests with an oversized cheery sunflower wreath hanging on your front door. Paper mesh and burlap ribbon magically become a big beautiful sunflower. A lovely way to bring good cheer and sunshine to all who enter your home.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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Textile BraceletContinue to 14 of 14 below.
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DIY Discount: Miu Miu Lace-Up Ballet Flats Hack
Miu Miu lace-up ballet flats are quite trendy, but also quite expensive. A pair costs over $600. Many of us can't afford shoes that costly, but still want to be fashionable. Homemade Banana to the rescue. Make an affordable version of those pricey shoes and be on-trend. It's easy. You can then go out and buy more craft supplies with all the money you saved.