Today I am going to show you how I made these curtain ribbon tie-backs for the Mort Family’s baby room.
Jenna was hanging black shears in the baby’s room and I thought it would be fun to make some tiebacks out of leftover ribbon and buttons. Reminding you of my hoarding tendencies, I had plenty to choose from! Ribbons, buttons, and beads, Oh My!
Being that our ribbon was leftover pieces, they were in various lengths, so I had to be sure to get it right the first time. After deciding how much Jenna wanted the curtain to hang open, I took a measurement and trimmed them to the right length. This could be very customizable, according to your taste. I ironed the ribbon on low to make sure they wouldn’t have dents or wrinkles, then used fabric glue, which you can find in the craft section at Walmart. I layered the ribbons until the desired look was achieved.
I used my scissors to make a tiny slit for the hook to fit thru. I wrapped the curtains with the ribbon tiebacks first then simply hung the tassels on the hook!