I have also done a tutorial showing you how i made the ribbon flower, see below
Here is the tutorial for the ribbon flower
Step One - cut 4 pieces of ribbon, best to use a double sided ribbon, mine are just over 9cm long but you can use bigger if you wand a bigger flower.
Step Two - stick dst to one end of each piece of ribbon.
Step Three - connect the ribbon ends together securing with the dst.
Step Four - do the same with the remaining ribbon pieces, you should end up with 4 ribbon circles.
Step Five - using a needle and thread of a similar colour to the ribbon, sew straight through the join and the other side of the ribbon.
Step Six - sew back and forth through the ribbon a couple of times to secure, then tie off and snip the thread.
Step Seven - repeat for the other ribbon circles, so you end up with 4 pieces, sip off the spare thread.
Step Eight - sew up through the bottom of one of the ribbon pieces, then through another piece, placing this at an angle to create a cross shape.
Step Nine - add a third piece of ribbon and sew through this to add it to the stack, again at an angle.
Step Ten - add the final forth piece and sew onto the other 3. Go through all the pieces a couple of times to secure.
Step Eleven - choose a button to match the colour of you ribbon and sew through the holes, you can just thread the cotton used through the holes and use glue to attach to the ribbon flower, or you can sew it onto the ribbon flower.
Step Twelve - cut off all remaining thread and tease the 'petals' out so the are evenly spaced. Your ribbon flower is complete ready for you to add to your project.
Please feel free to use this tutorial to make your own ribbon flowers, but do not distribute or use on your own blogs/pages/etc You can direct people to my blog where they can use my instructions themselves.
Thank you, and i hope you all enjoy our 1st blog hop.