No More Wrinkled Ribbon
I found some super cute hot pink ribbon from a gift bag. The gift bag was ripped and needed to be purged! The ribbon was too nice to throw out. I love wide satin ribbon:)
I told princess I was going to show her how to iron ribbon to salvage it. She offered all on her own to video it for me! Such a sweet girl. So no rehearsal, no editing. No time to clean off the kitchen table, lol. (it is a mess. long weekend, sick Eldest, and playgroup with Lil’ Red!)
Flat-iron– any size should work (make sure it’s not gunky from hairspray,etc.)
Here’s our tutorial shot after lunch:
Now you can keep your eye out for super cute satin ribbon and revive it with a quick iron. Other places to find ribbon besides gift bags would be Christmas gift packs of clothes or jammies.
Megan Jenelle @ A Blossoming Homestead says
Great idea! I love this idea! Thanks for sharing!
Wow, I never thought of doing that with a flat iron, thanks for the hot tip (as it were). Visiting from Blog Hops.
Thanks for stopping by. I know it’s so simple. One of those duh moments. I saw one of those fancy smancy ribbon irons for sale and thought why not use a hot iron:)