Ribbon Wall Hanging
Ribbon Wall Hanging: Easy DIY Project using old ribbons, and branch of a tree. Include lace, tassels and old keys for aded interest.
This Ribbon Wall Hanging is a really easy and fast project to make. It’s also a great way to use some old ribbon and lace scraps you might have.
I’m joining 11 other Canadian Bloggers today for the #12MonthsofDIY challenge, this month our material was ribbon. Be sure to check out all their projects at the end of this post.
My ribbon project is this easy and beautiful Wall Hanging.
Ribbon Wall Hanging Materials:
To make the wall hanging all you need is:
- ribbons in various widths, and materials
- pompom yarn
- various kinds of lace
- yarn tassels
- vintage keys
- a birch branch
How To Make It:
1. To begin making the wall hanging, tie some twine to each end of the branch to form the base of the wall hanging.
2. Then loop the ribbons, twine, and lace over the branch alternating widths, patterns, and textures. It’s so simple.
3. For interest add in some tassels and vintage keys.
I designed mine so it came to a bit of an informal V, but straight across would be pretty too.
The neutral colours are really pretty, but it would also be gorgeous in a little girls room or nursery in pinks or soft pastels. So many pretty possibilities.
With a pretty Ribbon Wall Hanging, life really is a party!
More Ideas With Ribbon
Now it’s time to see the rest of the DIY ribbon project ideas from my Canadian blogging friends!
From the top left, they are:
Upcycled Ribbon Cocktail Napkins from PMQ for Two
Faux Greenery Big Satin Bow Grapevine Wreath from Time With Thea
DIY String Art Using Ribbon from Vin’yet Etc.
Shabby Chic Christmas Wrapping Ideas from The DIY Mommy
Ribbon Tassel Keychain from Brooklyn Berry Designs
Make Your Own Advent Calendar with Ribbon from Sustain My Craft Habit
Modern Christmas Wreath from Love Create Celebrate
DIY Gift Tag Ribbon Garland Made With Old Christmas Cards from Woman In Real Life
Hand Painted Ribbon from Fresh Crush
DIY Sunglasses Storage & Display Organizer from Heather in Heels
DIY Ribbon Tassel Garland from Lifeovereasy
You might also like our Macrame and Succulent Wreath tutorial here.
Also check out our DIY Mason Jar Oil Lamps here.
You might also enjoy our Teacup Fairy Garden post here.
This is so pretty! I LOVE this, it’s so romantic with so much pretty texture! I am a huge fan of this colour combination, but really there are so many possibilities!
This is so gorgeous. Every time I see your projects I want to make them! I love the mix of materials. And oh, the vintage key! So great.
I so agree that there are so many pretty possibilities when creating such a gorgeous DIY as this one. Dannyelle this one is absolutely fabulous! I love the various ribbons you chose. Such a lovely colour scheme filled with lots of textures. I have to share this one on Pinterest!
Thanks Laurie, you always say the sweetest things.
Thanks Joann, this one is so easy, you should for sure make one.
Thanks Thea, it was so easy too. Thanks for pinning.
this is such a lovely idea for a nursery – just so pretty:) I love the informal V you’ve made – it adds a nice element to the entire rustic beauty of it all:)
Thanks Heather, we love a little rustic beauty around here. 😉
Wow! This would be beautiful in a nursery on fluttering on a summer porch.
I love the shades of pink and the different types of ribbon! You had me with the pearls though 😉
YES! I was hoping someone would do a wall hanging and this doesn’t disappoint — so pretty!!
Thanks Jen, love that wall hangings are back too.
Ariel, thank you. It was fun to make and go through my scrap ribbons for sure, I saw some pearls and thought why not. These projects sure have been fun.
Oooo, I love this wall hanging, Dannyelle. And I have the perfect spot for it in my living room;)
Thanks Sonja, we should do a swap sometime.
Sooo pretty! I’ve wanted to do a hanging for a long time, and this has given me some great inspiration. Thanks for sharing!
Dani, you should totally make one, they’re so easy. Thanks for the kind comments.
I love this. There are so many possibilities. I am thinking of making two for window treatments in my bedroom.
Hi Sharon, that sounds like a fun idea. All the best with it.
So cute! My girls would love to make this for their rooms.
Angela, thanks so much. This is a great and easy to make with kids. Hope they love it!