Ribbon Decoration

How to make a ribbon garland

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Shabby garlands are a hit in decoration. They can be used in the permanent design of a room (they’re just lovely in a nursery, for example) and they’re just awesome when added to a party or special occasion celebration. They can be made in different materials such as fabric and burlap, but when you choose colored ribbons, garlands have a special glow that make them just magic. If you’re looking forward to create a flashy and spectacular garland, we’ve gathered some neat tutorials for you.

  1. Basic nursery garland

The basic design of a ribbon garland is to tie up ribbon strips to another ribbon or thin rope to get a hanging set of color that can match any decoration. This tutorial shows the basics about a ribbon garland.

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(Full tutorial The sweetest digs)

  1. Making the knots

The trickiest step while making a ribbon garland can be tying the knots the correct way. In this detailed tutorial you’ll get clues to get it right every time.

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(Full tutorial in Two Twenty One)

  1. Ribbon tassel garland

This cute tassel garland shows another way to crafty using ribbons to create a very unique garland. The best thing is: it’s very easy to make. The tassels combine three different patterns or colors and so, they create a standout decoration item.

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(Full tutorial in Alin Paty)

  1. Multicolored garland with glue

A glue gun can be a crafty person’s best friend. This garland has no knots or ribbon bows: just colored ribbons and some glue drops. It makes an amazingly fun table decoration for any party.

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(Full tutorial in PBS)

  1. Long colored tassel garland

A fancy variation of the ribbon tassel garland is making the tassels with just one color of ribbon. That way, you can make garland’s assemble to decorate a wall or an entire area of a room. It works for party decoration, too.

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(Full tutorial in Mayarts)

So, which will be your ribbon garland decoration project? Share it with us, we’re eager to hear from you here at Drency.

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