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Giant Prize Ribbons

I’ve always had a bit of a thing for prize ribbons, so in the past I’ve made several different crafts with them in mind. Until now though, I haven’t ever made any this big before! These ones are really simple to make but they make a big impact – and as an added bonus, they’ll force you to use up some of your ever-growing wrapping paper stash!

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Supplies: Wrapping paper, card stock, scissors, glue stick, string, pencil, ruler, hot glue gun.

Step 1: Accordion fold your wrapping paper. I left mine attached to the roll while I folded so that I could keep going until ready to┬átest that I’d made enough folds. To do this, pinch the stacked folds in the center of the length and gently pull the folds open to test if they can reach each other and form a full circle.
Step 2: Once happy with your folds, cut off from the rest of the roll and trim the ends into a curve, angle, or leave straight.
Step 3: Tie the string in a double knot around the center of the accordion fold.
Step 4: Gently unfold and glue together the edges to form a full circle, leaving the string dangling on the backside.
Step 5: Cut two pieces of wrapping paper to act as the ribbon tails.
Step 6: Cut a circle out of card stock to be the center of the prize ribbon. You can write a personalized message on this piece if you like!
Step 7: Hot glue the card stock circle onto the center of the folded circle.
Step 8: Hot glue the two tails onto the back of the prize ribbon. To hang, use washi tape to stick the string onto the wall. Repeat!

Giant Prize Ribbons | Oh Happy Day!

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  1. Three Cheers + Co.

    November 16, 2015

    These are so fun! Such a great idea!

  2. Daphne

    November 16, 2015

    Dear Kathleen,

    what a brilliant idea, it would be fantastic for a birthday party or to surprise my son when he works well at school. Can I ask you wich font you used to write on it? It’s lovely !

  3. Paige

    November 16, 2015

    These ribbons are all super cute! I love how big they are.

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  4. Becca

    November 16, 2015

    This is such a great idea, I’ll definitely be using this on my next complimenting spree.

  5. Kelsey

    November 16, 2015

    This is so fun!!

    http://www.kelseymarie.co

  6. Kari

    November 16, 2015

    I love how giant these are!
    Kari
    http://www.sweetteasweetie.com

  7. Michelle

    November 16, 2015

    Those are adorably cute!
    https://www.makeandmess.com/

  8. Tim

    November 18, 2015

    My son would love this – he’s always talking about “winning the gold ribbon” (I think he has ribbons and trophies confused). I should make him a giant gold ribbon and surprise him with it.

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