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What to do with Ribbon Scrap Pieces Part 2

23 Feb

Good Morning!

We are off with Part to of our “What to do with Ribbon Scrap Pieces” series.  Be sure to check Part 1 to learn how to make adorable Ribbon Trees.

We all of tons of scrap pieces of ribbon of widths, colors, prints, and lengths.  It is so fun to grab up your stash of ribbon scraps and put them to good use and watch your creative minds kick into overdrive.

We are going to learn how to make Ribbon Wreaths today!  Wreath are great and so fun to create.  They are perfect for everyroom in your house.  So fun and festive for front door decor for every holiday and season of the year.  Don’t forget hand crafted items are always a top gift giver.  Perfect for friends, family, co-workers, teachers, weddings, graduations, and well just because you made one!

This is a fun Heart Shaped Ribbon Wreath created by the fabulous Gooseberry Patch  is a must to learn how to make.  Cost for this wreath ummmm well just about nothing!  We all have metal hangers and ribbon scraps!  Click their picture to learn how to make this style of Ribbon Wreath!

Now just think what the profit will be on these stylish wreaths.  Etsy shows them listed between $10-$50 each!  You are using your scraps!  What a great profit!!!

Now check out this fantastic Ribbon Wreath from our friends at Mommy Loves Coffee. It melts your senses with color, texture, level dynamics and more!

Now get busy creating your one of a kind Ribbon Wreath and be sure to share your photos with use and comment away on our blog. You are welcome to share your photos on our Facebook Page at here: Bows~N~Bottlecaps Wholesale

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