Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s weekly DIY web series.
In this three-part episode we will make an elegant bridal bouquet completely using our 1-1/2″ double faced satin ribbon. It can also be made using our deluxe line of satin ribbons. In this last of three parts, we show how to make the stem, arrange the satin flowers that we made in last two episodes, and finish off the bouquet with some jewels and pearls.
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• In this last of our three part episode showing how to make a satin bridal bouquet, we’ll make the handle, a tulle accent, and bring all the remaining pieces together.
• Starting with the handle, we’ll take some white satin ribbon and wrap it around a tube in a spiral fashion, using some hot glue to hold it in place.
• We then wrap the ribbon around the edges of the tube with some more hot glue.
• Next, we wrap some five eights inch tornado blue satin ribbon around the tube as shown.
• And then wrap some more of it around the tube’s edges.
• And then we complete the handle by gluing to one side a ball that will serve as the base for all the flowers we’ve made in the last two videos.
• Now we can start work on a lovely tulle accent that will wrap around the top of the handle.
• We start by taking a 1 and a half yard piece of 6 inch white tulle, and fold it in half length-wise.
• We then do a bit of needling to give it a ruffled appearance and to add some volume, and then wrap the finished accent around the handle as shown.
• Finally, we go around the ball, hot gluing all the little satin flowers in alternating lines of white and tornado blue.
• We use hot glue pretty liberally here to make sure it sticks.
• And we’re done!
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