Flowers and ribbons are a great match! If you were not sure about what you could do with some luxury and high end ribbon like the one you can craft amazingly pretty and cute flowers of different sizes and shapes. Ribbon also can be used in embroidery projects and yes, in such projects flowers are also main characters! So, if you’re looking for neat flower making tutorials with ribbons, we’ve gathered some awesome choices for you. Keep scrolling!
- Kanzashi ribbon flower tutorial
A classic kind of flower that implies a little bit of sewing. Fortunately, there are several clear and easy to follow tutorials that will let you achieve nice flowers in different colors and sizes. Here we share with you a really simple (yet cool) one:
(Full tutorial in The Crafty Angels)
- Ribbon flower pins
Another great way of making ribbon flowers is no doubt using pins and thread. There’s absolutely no complication and the result is a rich flower, which really brings out the image of a dahlia. Follow closely these easy instructions and you’ll get a handy flower that will enhance all your crafting projects.
(Full tutorial in Make it do)
- DIY five petal flowers with ribbon
When you were a kid, and you drew flowers, did they usually have five rounded petals? Maybe that’s because that is precisely the first image that comes to our mind when we think about flowers. Like simple yet elegant daisies. This cool tutorial shows us how to make classical flowers, but with ribbons.
(Full tutorial in Smitten on Paper)
- Ribbon and tulle flowers
A great advantage of high end ribbon is you can do absolutely gorgeous projects that will shine. That’s the case with this luxury ribbon and tulle flowers that will make any crafting project look professional and at the same time, cute and hand made. With ribbon, tulle and some beads, you’ll get a classical looking flower with a lot of class.
(Full tutorial in Of Pinks and Fairy Tales)
- Twisted ribbon flowers
No sewing, just ribbons and a glue gun. It’s possible and it looks great. Making a ribbon flower was never this easy, so choose your ribbon color and go ahead, create some crafting magic.
(Full tutorial in The Crafty Mummy Blog)
Did you like our ribbon flower tutorials selection? Do you have any ideas of which other ones we should include? Don’t hesitate and contact us, here at Drency we’re all about hearing new crafting ideas!