Santa Ribbon Sculpture, YouTube Video

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Santa Ribbon Sculpture, YouTube Video - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Today is all about the jolliest elf of them all…Santa Claus! This festive ribbon sculpture celebrates Santa and his fluffy white beard, iconic red hat and even a cute little button nose that looks amazing alone as a clip or a pin you can add as the most festive accessory of all! And, Shirley even shows how to create an “Over the Top” hair bow with this fun Santa ribbon sculpture sitting on top of a marabou puff and a gorgeous Twisted Boutique Hair Bow. This completed bow will make you want to go caroling, on a sleigh ride or sit around your Christmas tree sipping hot cocoa, because it is full of holiday cheer and all things jolly and bright!

Let’s get started!

7/8″ Red Grosgrain – about 1 1/2 – 2″
*I used Tomato from TRR
7/8″ Cream Grosgrain – 1 1/2″
3/8″ White Grosgrain
3/8″ Red Grosgrain
*I used Tomato
3/8″ White Korker Ribbon
Googly Eyes
Lined Clip
Hot Glue Gun
Marabou and Over the Top Bow (Optional)

Christmas Bows
Enjoy this fun video and very festive project!

Really…how absolutely adorable is that Santa with his korker ribbon beard and googly eyes? My sweet little girl would LOVE wearing a fun bow just like this one, and I would LOVE wearing a Santa brooch pin on my winter jacket, of course with the addition of a fluffy marabou puff too.
Make a whole bunch of these festive ribbon sculptures for friends, family, neighbors, co-workers or anyone else you can think of who would be full of delight and jolliness to be given a fun ribbon sculpture to dress up their holiday attire.

Aren’t video tutorials the best? Shirley always does such a great job showing how to create the most beautiful projects. Her instructions are easy to follow and before you know it, you will be creating hair bows and other gorgeous hair accessories just like a pro! The Ribbon Retreat has over 125 other fabulous videos on our fabulous YouTube Channel that are perfect for any crafting level and anyone who has a desire to learn to make amazing hair accessories and other lovely projects! Check out our YouTube Channel HERE. You will love all of our videos! Make sure to subscribe to our channel while you are there and be the first to know when a brand new video is made and ready to view!

Here is a quick preview of a few of the videos you will find on our channel. They will inspire you to get your ribbon out and to get your crafty on!

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How To Make A Double and Triple Bow Tie Bow, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
When it comes to ribbon and other hair accessory supplies, The Ribbon Retreat has it all! We are your one stop crafty shop for your hair accessory, home decor, clothing and so many other crafty needs! You can find all of our ribbon, flowers, puffs, resins, gems and other holiday and everyday craft supplies right HERE!

Happy Creating & Happy Holiday Video Tutorials!
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  1. VICKI
    Posted February 21, 2016 at 12:44 pm | Permalink

    could you please send me the instructions for the santa ribbon scurpture. i can’t seem to get it. thanks.

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted February 22, 2016 at 7:56 am | Permalink

      Hi Vicki! Thank you for your question. We unfortunately we don’t have any written instructions for this ribbon sculpture. As of now, this fun Santa is only found on our YouTube Channel as a video tutorial. I hope you can view the video and learn how to make this fun Santa anyway! Good luck and thank you again! Michelle 🙂

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