4 Easiest Way To Makes Christmas Tree Ribbon Decorations – The easiest way to add a little festive cheer is to wrap your Christmas tree in ribbons.
It’s an easy way to transform your plain old tree into something special and unique, as well as making it more festive!
Step 1: Gather Materials.
- One or more spools of ribbon, depending on how many decorations you’d like to make.
- A hot glue gun and glue sticks (they come in a pack).
- Paintbrush or makeup brush for applying paint if desired.
Get your materials ready by gathering them together; then lay out the ribbon so that it’s easy to work with.
If you’re using a hot glue gun, plug it in now so that it can get nice and warm while you’re working on this project!
Step 2: Cut Ribbon.
Measure your tree and add a few inches to each end, to allow for tying. Make sure you have enough ribbon for each branch. It’s better to have too much than too little!
Use a ruler or tape measurer to get straight cuts. This makes it easier when it comes time to tie the bows later on in this project.
Once you’ve measured out your ribbon, use a sharp pair of scissors (avoiding children’s play scissors) and cut off pieces of ribbon at even intervals along their length so that there are no loose ends flapping around everywhere like some sort of crazy unkempt bird that lost its mind somewhere along the way
Step 3: Add Ribbon to Tree.
Use the glue gun to attach ribbon to the tree. Start at the top of your tree and work down, using a pattern such as a zig-zag or spiral. The more ribbon you use, the fuller your tree will look!
Step 4: Add Decorations in Between Ribbons.
Now it’s time to get creative! Add decorations between the ribbons, like baubles and garlands.
You can even use Christmas trees made out of tinfoil, tinsel or anything else you might have lying around the house.
Make sure you use a variety of colours and sizes so that your tree looks as festive as possible.
Make a Statement with Gold or Silver Ribbon.
One of the best ways to make an impact with your decorations is by adding gold or silver ribbon.
The color will instantly change any room from a traditional look to modern, from classic to romantic or even from ordinary to extraordinary.
There are many ways you can use these vibrant colors for Christmas decorating:
- Use silver or gold ribbon as garland on your Christmas tree, as well as other places around your home.
- Add a few pieces of glittery garland along with some bows here and there for a dazzle effect.
- Wrap boxes with either silky white or shimmering metallic paper and secure them with gold twine or ribbon for extra holiday pizzazz!
Choose Your Favourite Colour.
Once you’ve chosen your tree, the next step is to decide on a colour. You can either choose the colour you like best or the one that goes best with your theme.
If you have a red or gold theme going on, then consider using red ribbon; if you want your tree to feel more festive and cheerful, try green.
If you want something that contrasts with other decorations on your tree (such as garlands), then consider using a different coloured ribbon in addition to gold or silver ones.
Try purple for an elegant look that won’t take away from any other decorations but will still stand out!
If you want to add some extra decoration to your Christmas tree, then this is a great way to do so.
It’s easy and inexpensive, plus it adds an interesting texture to the tree! The only thing left for you to decide is which colour ribbon will look best with your tree.