Here’s a quick and easy ribbon bunting DIY craft tutorial for you, which will only take around 10 minutes to make
Its now time to raid the drawers and find those roll ends and remnants of fabric and ribbon.
This is a wonderful craft project to spruce up a basket of flowers, a cake or a table decoration.
In this project I have only used some double sided tape, sharp scissors and around half a metre of fuchsia dotty ribbon with a couple of kebab sticks and thread.
I have used raffia in this project to be different!
Add some double sided tape at the top of each kebab stick and wind around the ends of the raffia
Cut your ribbon into small pieces approximately 6-7cm long
Add double sided tape on the reverse of the ribbon
Fold the ribbon in half over the raffia so it sticks together
With a sharp pair of scissors, cut the ends of the ribbon into angles
Your decoration is now ready to use. Just plunge the kebab sticks into plants or a cake. You can also use paper straws as an alternative to kebab sticks.
Photo courtesy of www.zoomyummy.com
Photo courtesy of www.thetomkatstudio.com
We would also like to thank Clifton Nurseries for allowing us to use their beautiful venue for the shoot.
Even the resident cat Mrs Miggins popped along to see what all of the fuss was about and joined in!
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