Jen Spencer teaches how to save money by making a Ribbon Tree at home. You can create this by using some of your ribbon scraps. Cut them into two inch strips, you'll need scissors, a hot glue gun, and a green floral tree. They come in a variety of sizes and also white. Fold the strip in half making a loop. Add a dab of glue on the end and close it. Jen warns be careful with the glue gun. Do that with all the ribbon strips. Place a little glue on the tree and glue the strips on. On top you can add a bow or take an ornament, take off the top and push it down in the floral tree base. There you have your ribbon tree! You can decorate it for holidays, or make a cute tree for a little girls room.
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