This is a really cute, simple Valentine’s Day inspired wreath that you can make in less than an hour.
You will need:
1- 12″ wire wreath frame
Approx 30 yards of 1.5″ wide ribbon. I used 6 yards each of the following ribbon colors: dark pink, light pink, pink chevron, white and gray. (I forgot to photograph the dark pink ribbon.)
*I also used an additional 6 yards of 5/8″ ribbon because I liked the heart design.
Cut your ribbon into approximately 20″ long pieces. Then start tying the 1.5″ ribbon into bows around the wreath. (If you’re using a 5/8″ ribbon, we will add it at the end). I created two rows of bows, an inner row and an outer row. The bows on the inner row are tied around both inner rungs of the wreath frame. The bows on the outer row are tied around the two outside rows of the frame, like this:
Continue tying bows around the wreath, alternating ribbon colors. Use enough bows to cover any gaps in the wreath frame, but don’t bunch them together too tightly. If you’re using a 5/8″ ribbon, add it once you’re finished with the 1.5″ ribbons. Space the 5/8″ ribbon evenly by looking at your wreath as a clock. Tie bows at 12, 3, 6 and 9 o’clock. Then tie additional bows in between those. And that’s it! Happy Valentine’s Day!
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