How make ribbon flowers?

How do you make Christmas ribbon flowers?

The process of making ribbon flowers is not as difficult as it may seem, and it is a pleasant project for children of all ages that requires just a few items.

The fact that the options for this simple project using ribbon are almost limitless and that the finished flowers can be used in a variety of different types of crafts as well as for decoration makes it one of my favorites.


My daughter, who is seven years old, claims that the method we will use to produce ribbon flowers is the simplest method for producing ribbon flowers. I will take it as a vote of confidence in this easy-to-follow method for making ribbon flowers!

Supplies Needed to Make Ribbon Flowers

Ribbon see below for our ribbon choices 


(Optional) To decorate the ribbon flower with rhinestones, lace, or pearls, as well as other embellishments:

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How Much Ribbon do I Need to Make a Ribbon Flower?

You will need around 1 foot of ribbon for each flower; however, if the flower is smaller, you will need less ribbon, and if the ribbon is thicker, you will need more.


Step 1: Loosely Stitch the Ribbon’s Edges Together

Make a very loose stitch down one edge of the ribbon using your needle and thread, and do this along the ribbon.

The second step is to collect the ribbon.

The next step is to tug on the strings so that the ribbon may be gathered into bunches.

The next step is to rotate into a flower shape.

Make the ribbon seem like a flower by winding it into a spiral.

Step 4: Fasten the Ribbon Flower to the Base

After the flower had been constructed, we tied the threads together to create a knot, and then we hot-glued the flower to a “backing” to ensure that it would maintain its “flower” shape.

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Your final ribbon flower may be used for a wide variety of purposes and created in a variety of ways. Here are some of our most treasured possessions.

Glue the flower onto a hair clip and use it as the base for your simple ribbon craft.

Craft Project Using Medium Ribbon You may use the ribbon flowers you’ve made to create a unique look on our no-sew headband.

It is just ADORABLE!! This headband may be made, and then it is simple to switch out the flowers; it is the ideal accessory for the girl who cannot make up her mind.

A simple suggestion for displaying ribbon is to create a hair bow stand and then fasten all of your ribbon flowers to the stand so that everyone can view them.

Super Easy Ribbon flower Making with scale