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Braided Ribbon Barrette, YouTube Video

Braided Ribbon Barrette, YouTube Video - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Welcome to Video Day! Today’s video is all about a stunning little hair accessory that is beautiful to look at and easy to make. In this tutorial, Shirley shows how to braid gorgeous satin ribbon and place it on a barrette for an eye catching accessory perfect for any outfit and every occasion.

This fun barrette only requires a few supplies and a few minutes to create. You will love making these fun barrettes and wearing them too. Are you ready to get started? Grab your neighbors, friends, family and daughters as well, because these little barrettes are perfect for all crafty levels!

Supplies:

1/8″ Satin Ribbon in a variety of colors. At least 36″ of each color.
Barrette
Scissors
Lighter
Hot Glue Gun (optional)

Multi Colored Ribbon Button
Grab your ribbon and let’s get braiding with this great video! Enjoy!

Great job Shirley! I am in love with this gorgeous Braided Ribbon Barrette! This barrette reminds me of the friendship bracelets from years gone by. The braided pattern is so lovely, and those colors of ribbon are stunning. Combine any color of ribbons you would like to get your favorite look. The Ribbon Retreat has over 60 colors of Double Faced Satin Ribbon and over 50 colors of Single Faced Satin Ribbon, which makes a very, very large number of possible color combinations you can create for your barrette! Fun, right?!? Make sure to get your ribbon today!

The Ribbon Retreat not only has a beautiful selection of ribbon and other crafty supplies, but we also have a fabulous YouTube Channel dedicated to teaching all of our readers how to create the most amazing hair bows, hair accessories, and more! We have over 125 videos just for you! They are easy to follow and understand and perfect for every single crafty level! Make sure to check out all of our videos on our channel HERE!

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3 Comments

  1. Robin
    Posted November 19, 2015 at 8:21 am | Permalink

    I used to make these back in the 80’s. And ironically about a month ago I made some for my niece who loved them. Just having a challenging time finding the barrettes. I love no sewing ideas for ribbon. Thanks ?

  2. Robin
    Posted April 14, 2016 at 4:18 pm | Permalink

    I used to make these in high school in the early 80’s. Definitely a trip down memory lane. Who says TBT has to be pictures of us years ago, this is mine. Decided to make some for my 5 yr old niece.

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted April 18, 2016 at 10:48 am | Permalink

      Hi Robin! That is awesome! I am so glad it caused a little trip down memory lane. Don’t you love those?!? Your little niece is going to love her barrette. Great job and thank you so much for sharing. Have a great day! Michelle 🙂

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