Pick 3 colors of ribbon and cut 8 strips of each color. I cut mine at 3″, 2.5″, 2″.
With a lighter, or your preferred method, heat seal all ribbon ends.
Get your needle and thread ready. Be sure to tie a couple knots in the end so it doesn’t slip through your ribbon.
1. Start with the longest piece of ribbon, and slip one end over the needle. Don’t take the needle all the way through.
2. Do the same to all 3 pieces of ribbon, going from longest to shortest.
3. Then start looping the ribbon and put the other end over the needle.
4. Do this with all 3 ribbons.
At this point you can slide the set of 3 loops down the thread and off your needle. (I kept a couple on the needle at a time in this tutorial.)
Repeat the process and finish looping all the ribbons.
Your petals will be a little scrunched to the end of the thread. Spread the petals out just a bit to make it look like a flower.
After the last loop, be sure to tie off your ribbon. I just made a stitch through the last ribbon on the needle,
then tied it off.
Dab a little glue and connect the two ends of flower petals.