DIY Project Ribbon Wands

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I adore ribbon wands! They’re always such a fun touch at a wedding and I really like how Mel created them her personal! Here’s her tutorial for producing your own ribbon wands!

What you require:
Dowel cut into 30cm lengths
Acrylic paint
Glue gun
24mm wide stain backed ribbon in three various colours (I utilized 27 metres of every single colour for 65 wands)

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What to do:

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Reduce your dowel into 30cm lengths and sand the edges, then paint the dowels or just leave them as is. I painted mine ivory making use of kaisercraft acrylic paint.

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Cut the ribbon into 40cm lengths and utilizing the glue gun, attach three colours together at one end.

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Apply glue to the dowel and wrap the ribbons around and secure with much more glue.

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To finish, heat-seal the edges of the ribbon so they don’t fray. To do this, very carefully wave the edge close to a candle flame so that the heat of the flame slightly melts, but doesn’t burn the ribbon.

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Flatten with your fingers if it curls up.

For a touch of glam, add a little rhinestone to the best of the wand.

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We’ll have even much more of Mel’s amazing Australian DIY projects in a handful of weeks, but in the mean time you can find our brilliant DIY’er at The Crafty DIY Bride and Paper &amp Ribbons! Thank you for sharing your brilliant projects with us Mel!

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