Create Ribbon Candy Ornaments From Fabric

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They’re Quick, Easy and So Charming!

Turn strips of fabric into pretty ribbon candy ornaments for your tree. They’re fun to make and finish quickly. Plus, the final step can be done by hand in front of a movie.

They also make fun gifts, so plan to make several while you’re at it. Go through your stash and pull out holiday prints that can be cut into 2″ x 18” strips. You’ll need two contrasting fabrics for each ornament.

Fabric Ribbon Candy Ornament Tutorial

You’ll also need beads to string between the folds to create the ribbon candy look. You’ll find a nice selection here.

The finished size is not provided by the designer, Crafty Staci, although they appear to be about 1 1/2″ w x 3 1/2″ h.

Click here for the free “Fabric Ribbon Candy Ornament” tutorial.


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