Scrappy Ribbon Tied Ponytail Holder, YouTube Video

Scrappy Ribbon Tied Ponytail Holder, YouTube Video - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Are you looking for a super cute project to get rid of all of your ribbon scraps? Or do you have a bunch of super cute ribbon that is just dying to get used up? Do we have a treat for you! Not only are we bringing you a brand new and purely fabulous video tutorial, but today’s fun and super easy project is all about using up those scraps or breaking out that newly purchased ribbon you can’t wait to use! Today, Shirley is showing us to create the cutest Ponytail Holder around with fun and festive St. Patrick’s Day ribbon…I know I can’t believe that holiday is right around the corner. Weren’t we just unwrapping Christmas presents? Sheeesh, time really does fly by when your crafting away with super fun ribbon! Hehe!

Want to know a little secret? Promise not to tell? Ok…Ponytail Holders aren’t just for cheerleaders! Gasp! I know right. I was one of those high kickin’, spirited cheerleaders once and I wouldn’t have believed that for one second, but it is true! Ponytail Holders can be worn by cheerleaders, dancers, basketball, soccer, volleyball, and softball players too, and anyone basically who has hair! It’s true! Ponytail Holders are perfect for anyone and everyone and look totally amazing! Want to make one for one or twenty of them for a sweet gal you know? Perfect! Let’s do it!

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Assorted Ribbon 3/8″-1 1/2″
Ponytail Holder

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Enjoy this fun video and even more fun project!

What a great accessory! I mean…seriously, how super cute is that Ponytail Holder! If you have a special love for fluffy and full hair accessories, this is the project for you! What young or not so young girlees wouldn’t love these ribbon-rific Ponytail Holders on their piggy and pony tails? I can’t think of one!

Creating hair accessories from the incredible ribbon here at The Ribbon Retreat is one of my most favorite crafts of all times! With all of the incredible ribbon available at The Ribbon Retreat, you can get any look you desire in regards to color, design or even a little bling! If you love ribbon, we are your one and only stop on your quest to find the perfect ribbon! Find all of our ribbon and other fabulous crafty supplies HERE!

Not only does The Ribbon Retreat carry amazing ribbon and crafty supplies, we also have a wonderful YouTube Channel full of incredible video tutorials. From tutus to topiaries, we have a video tutorial just for you! They are easy to follow and a superb way to learn how to create professional looking hair bows and other hair accessories including headbands and ribbon sculptures! If you are looking for an adorable onesie with a ribbon ruffle bottom…we even have a video tutorial to teach you how to create it! Our video tutorials are truly awesome, so awesome in fact, you might want to head over right now and see for yourself all of the video goodness! You can find our channel and all of our video tutorials HERE!

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  1. Posted February 12, 2016 at 7:29 am | Permalink

    Very Cute! Thank you!

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted February 22, 2016 at 8:10 am | Permalink

      Hi Britt! Thank YOU, and you are welcome! We are so glad you like this fun, fun Ponytail Holder! Have a great day! Michelle 🙂

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