How To Make A Pinwheel Ribbon Sculpture, YouTube Thursday

How To Make A Pinwheel Ribbon Sculpture, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
It’s that time again where we get to share our latest and greatest video tutorial with you…welcome to YouTube Thursday! I am always so excited to introduce our newest video, because they are educational, innovative and full of crafty goodness. From beautiful bows to tulle-rific tutus, these videos are fabulous and wonderful resources for getting professional looking bows, accessories and so much more.

Today Shirley is going to teach us how to create a unique Pinwheel Ribbon Sculpture that is so simple to make but very eye catching! All you need to create this fun Pinwheel is a piece of your favorite ribbon, a button or gem, a small felt circle, needle and thread, and a hot glue gun.

Ribbon Pinwheel Button Button Jar

Aren’t those Pinwheels so cute? You can make so many different looks with one simple piece of ribbon. The Ribbon Retreat has a great selection of polka dot, striped, chevron, plaid and so many more options of ribbon that would look incredible made up in these sweet little ribbon sculptures. You can also find so many fun buttons, gems and great embellishments to put center stage on this fun little pinwheel.

You can also find this great ribbon sculpture in a fabulous written tutorial and made up in fun, festive and patriotic 4th of July ribbon. You can find that tutorial HERE.

Looking for more of the incredible videos we spoke about earlier? You can find all of our terrific video tutorials and our fabulous YouTube Channel HERE! You can even subscribe to our great YouTube Channel while you are there visiting and don’t forget to give us a big thumbs up!

Happy Creating & Happy YouTube Thursday!
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