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Wrapped Candy Ribbon Sculpture

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Author BJ Nestola
Price $5.00
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This eBook walks you step by step through the process of creating a "Wrapped Candy" ribbon sculpture! These pieces of whimsy are great for hair accessories, wearable art, clothing embellishment, purses, scrapbooking and much more. The tutorial is written so that even a novice at ribbon art can understand it and seasoned pros can appreciate it and the product's place in their growing repertoire. These ribbon sculptures are fun to make and the endless color variations will make customizing your own project a joy. The finished size is approximately 3 inches in length, making it a great size for projects large and small.

You will need ribbon, hot glue/gun, fabric glue, scissors, and a heat source to complete this project. All of these supplies are readily available at most big discount retail stores so you can get started right away! With 21 pages of instruction and over 35 clear color photos, you will have no trouble creating this 'Candy Shoppe' treat, but rest assured that I will be available for support if the need arises.

21 pages of instruction 36 photos

*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a candy ribbon sculpture. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

by cromley, devon
on January 28th, 2012

Too cute!

by Heather Flores
on August 1st, 2001

THIS is TOOO CUTE to pass up! I was delighted at how fast these come together and how surprisingly few supplies these adorable little things take! I can see attaching them to EVERYTHING (and everyone!) now! Thank you, Barbara, for an instant delight on this one!!! ;-) Keep 'em coming! Kindly, Heather

by Melissa P.
on August 1st, 2001

I adore these little clips. I am very new to bowmaking but wanted to get these done to match my daughter's birthday outfit (her theme was Sweet Treats). I was hoping I could do these and was pleasantly surprised at how mine turned out. Each step does a excellent job at walking you through the process and the pictures are clear. I'll be making more of these soon for Christmas too!

 

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