This post is in collaboration with Brother International Corporation. All opinions are 100% mine.
There is such a wonderful simplicity in an effortless holiday craft. As my family readys to break out all of our decor and welcome in the Christmas season, I decided we need just a few more quick and fun to make decor items. I’m excited to share my new Elegant Holiday Ribbon Candles with you today!
Supplies needed for Elegant Holiday Ribbon Candles:
P-touch Embellish | 2 Ribbon Cartridges, 1 Tape Cartridge | 3 Battery Operated Candles | Scissors | Hot Glue
The first step to creating these simple ribbon candles is getting to have fun with your P-touch Embellish. With 14+ fonts, 90+ borders, 400+ symbols and 25 patterns to choose from, making personalized ribbon projects is a breeze!
I had no idea how much fun it would be create patterns for my ribbons using the P-touch Embellish. I was completely hooked creating way more ribbons than I would ever need for this project.
Not only were the satin ribbons and patterned tapes easy and fun to make, but I was so surprised with the speed at which they were printed, sixty seconds or less!
For these candles, I used a red satin ribbons with gold snowflakes, a soft pink satin ribbon with gold polka dots and Red & White Gingham with the words Peace printed on it.
Starting at the top of your battery operated candle, add a small amount of hot glue to secure the ribbon. It is helpful to play around with the ribbon a bit to see the best wrapped pattern position before glueing it all down.
With endless patterns, words and even emojis available on the P-touch Embellish, the options are as wide as your imagination! This also would be a fun way to add a personal touch to holiday-themed DIY gift.
I added my candles, a few ornaments and a vase of fresh flowers for an elegant winter display for the holidays!
You can find the P-touch Embellish printer, ribbons, 9 patterned tapes and 3 pastel tapes at your local US Michaels stores or at Michaels.com.
Looking for more P-touch Embellish projects? You might like my Printed Fan Ribbon Ornaments DIY.