DIY Ribbon Flower


Hi, I am Jessica and I blog over at Mom 4 Real.  I am so excited to be here at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia!  Today I want to share how to make a ribbon flower.  


School starts here in a few weeks, so I am trying to make some new “bigger” girl hair accessories for my daughter.  Now that I have figured out how to make these, I am thinking they would look adorable clustered together on a tee or sewn on a cute bag!  Here is how I made mine…


First I started by sewing a ruffle.  If you don’t know how to sew a ruffle, you can find that tutorial here.
You can make it as long as you like…I started with a piece of fabric that was 42 X 3 inches, and folded it over before sewing down the side.


Once you have your ruffle pulled, squeeze a line of hot glue along one end.


Now start rolling your fabric inward.


Keep rolling it until you get to the end of your ribbon.


Take that end and fold it inward.  Then squeeze a line of hot glue on it.
Finally, roll your other end over and squeeze the fabric together to adhere.


Start pulling your “petals” back layer by layer until your flower looks open.


Now, do what you will with it!  This time, I took a round piece of fabric and glued it to the bottom of the flower.  Then I hot glued an alligator clip to it.  


Doesn’t it make the sweetest little hair clip?  Now we just have to find a coordinating outfit…or maybe we can just use some of these flowers and embellish a cute tee!

Thank you so much for having me here today, Kristin!  I would love for ya’ll to come visit me over at Mom 4 Real!

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