- 15” piece of Pretty in Pink 5/8” Satin Ribbon
- 1” Circle Punch
- Whisper White Cardstock
- Hole Punch
- Certainly Celery ¼” Grosgrain Ribbon
- Mini Glue Dots
Punch a 1" circle from Whisper White cardstock. Punch a hole in center of the 1” circle, set aside to use later.
Fold Pretty in Pink Ribbon in half so the two sides are at a 90° angle to one another
Fold one side of the ribbon over the edge of the other. This is the most important fold. Make sure you are folding across the other side of the ribbon and not folding it back onto itself.
Keep folding, alternating sides of the ribbon. It should look like you are making a square.
Continue folding until you reach the end of the ribbon.
Grab the two end pieces between your finger and thumb and let go of the rest of the ribbon. It should look like a chain.
Pinch the end of the ribbon and poke it through the hole in the circle punch.
Hold one end against the circle and pull the other end of the ribbon, a rosette will be formed as you pull!
Adhere ends of ribbon to the underside of the circle with glue dots.
Trim excess ribbon. Circle punch can be trimmed so it doesn’t show when rosette is adhered to project.
Cut two pieces of Certainly Celery 1/4" grosgrain approximately 2" each. Use glue dot to adhere the two ends together to make your leaves. Attach to the back of ribbon rosette with more glue dots.
Use rosette on desired project.
BONUS TIPS: The ribbons used here are only suggestions, you can use many different types of ribbon to make these rosettes! The wider the ribbon, the longer the piece you need to make your rosette. Try some different ribbons to find your favorite!