Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns

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July 2, 2019

Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - two red and white and two blue and white crownsThis craft can be used from decorations to anything like party favors or headbands and hair clips. Some might think it's too delicate and complicated, but surely it's very easy to make.



  • ribbonettes (2 assorted colors)
  • silver string beads
  • craft buds
  • 1 piece of paper
  • hot glue
Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns


  1. Trace circles as small as a coin in a piece of paper.
  2. Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - trace small circles onto a piece of paper
  3. Cut them out.
  4. Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - cut them out
  5. Cut out strips of the ribbon about 2 1/2 inches each.
  6. Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - cut strips of thin ribbon about 2.5 inches each
  7. Put two ribbon tips together and seal them with hot glue. It should look like this.
  8. Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - glue the two tips of ribbon together with hot glue
    Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - should look like this

  9. Align the ribbons around the circle in alternate colors. Tips facing towards the center. See photo.
  10. Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - arrange the ribbons around the circle with the tips inward, alternating colors
  11. Make another layer, putting an alternate color on top of each.
  12. Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - make a second layer again alternating colors
  13. Cut 2 inch strings of the silver beads. Stick each ones tip into the center. Cut out smaller ones and also the buds and arrange them in the center so it looks like an exploding firework.
  14. Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - cut 2 inch strings of the silver beads an glue in the center, add shorter cuts of the bead and some of the craft buds, to look like exploding fireworks
    Exploding Fireworks Ribbon Crowns - slightly different view
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June 30, 20200 found this helpful

These are super cute! Although, I think I might try stitching them to a piece of felt and then I could use it either as a barette or a brooch, or a purse pin or even as a ponytail holder :) Thanks for sharing this and inspiring me so <3

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