Ribbon Flower Gift Bag

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am going to show you how to create a beautiful flower with strips of ribbon, a few punched circles, and a button and some thread.

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First off, get your supplies together. You will need ribbon, a circle punch, some paper scraps, a button and thread, and your favorite adhesive.

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Cut your ribbon into strips. I cut mine to 2″ lengths.

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Punch circles from your scrap pieces of paper. I cut two circles from kraft cardstock and one from striped patterned paper using a 1″ circle punch.

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Add adhesive to one side of one of your circles.

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Add the strips of ribbon around the circle, layering the ribbon and adding more adhesive as needed.

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Flip over the circle and add adhesive to the other side.

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Fold the ribbon strips over and attach them to the other side, looping the ribbon and adding more adhesive as needed.

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Add adhesive to the center and attach a coordinating punched circle to the center of the ribbon flower.

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Stitch a button to the center of the flower with a coordinating thread.

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Adhere the last punched circle to the back of the flower to finish.

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All that is left is to add the flower to your project!

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I hope you enjoyed today’s Make It! Monday project. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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