Remember the birthday party for little Ava? Within the next few weeks I'll do a few tutorials of a few details from her party. Three months later, I'm finally getting to them. Hope you like them.
First one is the ribbon backdrop tutorial:
This will be perfect for that upcoming baby shower that you're planning or any party. And the best part? It's really easy to do. It'll make your party definitely stand out (for the good).
What you'll need:
- one wooden dowel (can find at Michaels, Joanns, or any hardware store)
- ribbon . . . different colors and sizes (make sure you
buy them on sale, cause they can be pricey at times)
You first start by figuring out how long you want the backdrop to be.
I cut my dowel to 25 inches across.
With the thinner ribbon, I doubled them and then made a knot around the dowel. With the thicker ribbon, I used a hot glue gun and glued it to the dowel. (when on the dowel, the thick and skinny ribbon were the same length - - once hanging, the ribbon were 27 inches long)
It's really easy. You just decide the pattern you want - - how many thin ribbon and how many thick ribbon, tie/hot glue it on the dowel, and then hang. Simple!
(For mine, I used 14 thin and 7 thick ribbon)
I'll be linking to these parties here.