DIY: Vintage Ribbon Party Blowers

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Concept & Design By: Victoria Hudgins

Photos By: Erin Holland
 
These vintage ribbon blowers are super easy to make and so incredibly festive and fun to use! Hand them out for a loud ceremony exit or set them at tables for booming reception cheers. They look lovely stacked high and your guests will have a blast playing around with them.
 
 
Materials:
Store-Bought Party Blowers
Glue Gun
Vintage Ribbon 
Scissors
 
 
Step One:
To make the vintage ribbon blowers, start with cheap store-bought party blowers (they come 10 or 20 for a dollar at most box stores). Take of the shiny frill.
 
 
Step Two:
Beginning at the base of the blower, secure one end of the ribbon with a little dab of hot glue and let dry.
 
 
Step Three:
Begin wrapping the ribbon (thicker textured ribbon will work the best for this project) around itself and out into a cone shape. You will quickly get a good feel for this process but don't be nervous about re-wrapping one if it doesn't look right.
 
 
Step Four:
Finish off with a dab of glue to end the ribbon cone.
 
 
 
 
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Last Updated: May 15, 2014 at 4:16 pm
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