Maura McEvoy

These fabric-flower bands will be a hit with bridesmaids. Give them out at the shower or rehearsal dinner. Start by snipping fabric flowers, such as the vintage ones shown here, from their stems. Wrap ribbon around your finger to determine the approximate length you'll need; cut ribbon to size, adding about 1/4 inch for overlap. Use a hot-glue gun to join ends together, forming a loop, and to add flowers to ribbon bands.

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Comments (9)

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December 31, 2018
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Anonymous
July 2, 2017
I love the flower ring will give it try
Anonymous
March 10, 2015
I love everything in this website... I want to craft.
Anonymous
May 20, 2012
I love the idea of making these for the bridesmaids. I was thinking about getting a few Avon rings because they were cheap and really cute but I think i'm going to try and make these.
Anonymous
March 15, 2012
Using an elastic hair tie can also serve as the band. That can also be hot glued to size or even a bit smaller so it stays on better. I made a ring that way. You can also use the same color as your flower or whatever you are using. VegasDi
Anonymous
May 25, 2009
Wow! I love this idea. Id there a type of ribbon that works best? Do you have any helpful tips in making the rings?
Anonymous
May 25, 2009
SewGood, Where did you buy the flowers from??
Anonymous
March 23, 2009
i made these for my sisters wedding back in 2003 and have made them for all of my friends wedding with their colors scheme. everyone always loves them and they are very easy and cheap to make!
Anonymous
September 19, 2008
Super adorable gift to give to your flower girl