Happy Friday! Lauren here from Lauren's Creative! I am so excited to share a ribbon wreath that I made for my daughter's preschool class. Next week is teacher appreciation week, and I cannot wait to give this to my daughter's teacher. I chose colors and die cuts that coordinate with their classroom, but of course the possibilities are endless. I have been wanting to use the super sweet bookwork face for a really long time - I'm so excited that I got to use it on such a special project.
I made a similar wreath last fall, and I received a lot of requests for a video tutorial. This is just a quick overview of how to put together a ribbon wreath. I hope that it's helpful, but if you have any questions - please let me know!
I didn't mention exactly how much ribbon I used...that's a little difficult because I I ended up using some ribbon that I had on hand and some that I had bought specifically for this project. I would estimate that you need AT LEAST 25 yards of ribbon. I always can find a use for leftover ribbon, so I would rather have more than not enough.
My die cuts and mini-chalkboard are all hot glued to the wreath. The Peachy Keen faces add so much personality to the simplest of images.
I used the PK460-Happy Lashes Face Assortment for this sweet little bumblebee.