Make A Butterfly Ribbon Sculpture

Make A Butterfly Ribbon Sculpture - The Ribbon Retreat BlogWelcome to Video Day!

As always, I am super excited to share this week’s video with you! Why?
Do you remember the fun video, from last week, that taught us how to make little antennas for bug ribbon sculptures? Well, today Shirley is teaching us how to make an ADORABLE butterfly ribbon sculpture that is the perfect companion to last week’s video. This cute little butterfly needs some antennas and since we all know how to make them now, our butterfly ribbon sculpture will be complete. 🙂

If you need a quick refresher course on making antennas, click here for last week’s video.

Now for this week’s super fun and excellent video…

Isn’t that butterfly so incredibly cute? I love it and can’t wait to make one for my little girlee!

Ribbon sculptures are very popular and are so eye catching. Hurry and make yours today; they are perfect for this bright sunny weather. They are perfect for hair clips, headbands, brooches and so much more.

We are so glad you were here to view our video today. Our YouTube channel has so many other amazing and educational videos you are sure to love. Here is a list of all the videos we have featured on previous video days…

How To Wrap A Headband With Ribbon
How To Make A Korker Ribbon
How To Make A Slip Knot Tutu
How To Attach A Gerber Daisy To A Clip
Double Ruffle Bow
Two Color Twisted Bow
Two-Loop Topper Bow
Twisted Boutique Bow
Inside Out Bow
Side Loop Bow
Tails Down Bow
Pinwheel Bow
Basic Boutique Bow

Happy Video Day & Happy Creating!
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