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Topic: How to make a Dragonfly Ribbon Sculpture  (Read 1549 times)
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« on: August 27, 2014 01:47:02 PM »

Greetings fellow crafters!

Today I wanted to share a super fun project called the Dragonfly Ribbon Sculpture. You can get super creative with it, and make it your own. Check out the video at the bottom for a full, in-depth tutorial.

What you'll need:

Start with the proper length of 3/8" ribbon

Turn the ribbon over, and place marks at these lengths

You will then fold the ribbon, as to have all marks align. Thread to secure.

For the Dragonfly body, start with the proper length of 3/8" ribbon.

Next, place a drop of hot glue on the end, and fold down 1/4"

You will then place a thin layer of hot glue along the remaining body, and fold bottom to meet the head.

Next you will glue your antennas to the lined clip

Glue the wings toward the top of the lined clip

Lastly, you will glue the Dragonfly body over the wings

See the full tutorial video here.
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