You’re sure to find a pot of gold at the end of this bright and cheery Rainbow Ribbon Wreath!
I was sitting at work the other day and the idea for this wreath just came to me! Honestly, I cannot remember the last time I had this much fun creating a wreath! I am in love with the bright colors. It just feels like it’s calling spring.
Materials needed for Rainbow Ribbon Wreath
1 inch ribbon in 8 colors
3 inch white satin ribbon (3 spools)
18 inch foam wreath form
Hot glue gun
Gold chip board letters
Begin by wrapping your wreath form in white satin ribbon. Hot glue the end of the ribbon to the back of the wreath and wrap wreath. Hot glue end in place. Repeat process until entire wreath form is covered in white ribbon.
To make the ribbon loops, you will need to cut your colored ribbon. Each piece should be 4 inches in length. You will need 28 pieces of EACH COLOR.
Once you have all of the ribbon cut, fold each piece in half and glue the ends together. Begin arranging on the wrapped wreath form. You will be overlapping the ribbon as you go. I suggest starting with pink or purple and working your way back around to the red.
As you can see from the picture above, you will hot glue 4 loops across to create a single row. The next row will overlap 1/2 of the previous ribbon row. Continue hot gluing until you have 7 rows of 4 ribbon loops. Repeat this process for all of the remaining colors.
Once the wreath is covered with ribbon, add a piece of baker’s twine to the back of the wreath. Hot glue the letters onto the baker’s twine.
Finally, I added some glittery shamrocks from Dollar Tree to add a little extra contrast.
I LOVE THIS WREATH! I’ve been wanting to create a rainbow ribbon wreath for ages!
What do you think?!
If you’re looking for more rainbow crafts, check out our Rainbow Dipped Pretzels!