DIY Paper prize “Congrats” ribbons

Paper prize ribbon DIY

I love making decor that I can save for specific special occasions. I needed a “congrats” sign so I decided to invest a bit of time into making one that I can have forever and a congratulatory paper ribbon was the perfect way to do it! But you could also change it up with birthdays or names or monograms. And I’ve teamed up with My Mind’s Eye to allow you to purchase all the colors you need to make it yourself in one kit. See below! PRIZE RIBBONSPaper prize ribbon DIYPaper prize ribbon DIYPrize ribbon "Congrats" rosettes

Photography by Trisha Zemp  |  Crafting and styling by Brittany Jepsen

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    I know this post is old but this tutorial is ridiculous. Please explain how to make something if you are going to label it a DIY. Instead of linking a cutting machine and then not showing how to create the hardest part of the ribbon by linking a separate tutorial (that’s 5 pages long and the largest pain to read through btw) that is done an entirely different way and completely unhelpful for this project. So frustrated

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