I’ll admit it: I am a ribbon junkie. And I tend to buy more of it than I actually use – I just can’t walk away when I see a pretty pattern or color at an unbeatable price, so over the years my collection has grown to the point where it is nearing ridiculousness. This project from Bonnie at Going Home to Roost is a great way to use up some of that extra ribbon you have in your stash. These bracelets are not only gorgeous, they are also reversible, so each is actually two bracelets in one! Hers are made using designer ribbon, but any pretty ribbon will work just as nicely – and even if you spring for the fancy ribbon, they shouldn’t cost more than a few bucks each to create. [how to make reversible ribbon bracelets]
- Ribbon, on hand or $1 and up
- Fray check (or clear nail polish), on hand or $1 and up
- Sewing machine or fusible webbing and iron, on hand
- Jewelry findings, on hand or $1 and up
Total: Free and up!