How To Make A Shamrock Sculpture, YouTube Thursday!

How To Make A Shamrock Sculpture, YouTube Thursday! - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Welcome back to our exciting YouTube Thursdays! I love Thursdays for this reason…and today’s video has got to be one of my favorite, so far!

St. Patrick’s Day is a fun holiday because of the goooorgeous green colors that is sprayed around our homes, the stores, and best of all…our clothing! I love the look of shamrocks and think they are so fun to not only wear but to make! They are easy and the finished product is beyond pinch-a-licous!

Today Shirley is showing us how to make three adorable shamrock ribbon sculptures you can add to your St. Patrick’s Day attire as a clip, headband accessory or to wear as a brooch on your shirt, scarf or coat. However you choose to wear it, it will look incredible and keep those pinchers away from you all day!

All you need is a couple of supplies to complete these adorable sculptures:

3/8″ Ribbon
Lined Clip
Hi-Temp Glue Gun
Heat Sealing Tool

Enjoy the show!

What a fun video and what FUN and festive shamrocks! What one is your favorite?

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The Ribbon Retreat has so many great ribbons for you to choose from that will be perfect for your shamrock making needs! We have fabulous holiday ribbon, striped ribbon, dotted ribbon, and many, many more options for you to choose from. BUT…we also have a wonderful selection of embellishments, notions and fabric galore for ALL of your crafty needs.

Happy Creating & Happy Shamrocks!
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