Heart Ribbon Sculptures, YouTube Thursdays!

Heart Ribbon Sculptures, YouTube Thursdays! - The Ribbon Retreat BlogWelcome back to YouTube Thursdays, where we share our brand new, hot off the press, videos from our very own Ribbon Retreat YouTube Channel!

Today is a special Thursday, because we are not bringing you one…but three fun and festive videos just in time for the upcoming Valentine’s Day Holiday. These three videos will teach us how to make the cutest heart ribbon sculptures out there. They are easy to make but pack a huge punch of red and pink cuuuuteness!

All you need to make these pretty little ribbon sculptures is:

3/8″ Ribbon
Saddle Stitch Ribbon
Solid Grosgrain Ribbon
Gem (Optional)
Hot Glue Gun and Lighter

Join Shirley as she teaches us how to make two different Heart Ribbon Sculptures, using two different techniques and a Woven Heart Ribbon Sculpture. Make sure to watch all three videos below. Enjoy!

Aren’t those ribbon sculptures so fun? Once you make one, you will quickly find yourself making one for all the gals in the neighborhood, your kid’s classroom, and at work. They are fun, fast and easy, and they look great however you choose to wear them. They are just in time for Valentine’s Day and can be worn on a clip, headband, or even a brooch. Whatever your choice, these little hearts will look incredible with your holiday apparel.

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Happy Creating & Happy Ribbon Sculptures!
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