Cut the ribbon into strands long enough to wrap around the form and have about 4" of hanging ends.
Cut the ends of the strands on an angle.
Starting with the widest ribbon, wrap and tie one ribbon at a time around the form. Tie each ribbon with a double knot, placing the knot at the outer edge of the form.
Space the ribbon strands evenly apart around the form.
Begin layering another ribbon on to the wreath form.
Continue adding more ribbon around the wreath and overlap with the previous ribbon layers to hide the styrofoam form underneath.
Once all the form is no longer visible, the Halloween ribbon wreath is complete!
Expert Tips & FAQs
Regular priced ribbon is actually pretty pricey, especially when a lot of it is needed for a project. Check the clearance bin for ribbon the next time you're shopping since you never know when inspiration will strike!
This project is great for kids and would also make a fun craft night with friends.
Look for ribbons in assorted widths, colors, and materials ranging from ¼” wide to 1 ¼” wide; primarily orange and black with some white and purple.
Make sure to cut the ends on an angle to prevent the ribbon ends from fraying.
This project for Halloween Ribbon Wreath was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/halloween-ribbon-wreath/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.