Curling Iron Ribbon Iron

By | February 18, 2014

Hello friends and happy Tuesday!  Welcome to Tuesday’s craft room feature.

Do you save bows on packages to re-use, OR….throw them out  because they are wrinkled? Give your ribbons a new best friend! Just run the ribbon in between your straightener and watch the wrinkles disappear!  No need to get out the big ironing board or toss them out anymore.  Your straightener will work perfect.

I ran a ribbon through my straightener set on high.

Curling Iron Ribbon Iron at sewlicioushomedecor.com

See all my Craft Room Organization Ideas HERE! 

Use a plastic container for holding strawberries as  a Twine Holder. 

Plastic container twine holder at sewlicioushomedecor.com

8 thoughts on “Curling Iron Ribbon Iron

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  2. Ginnie

    This is such a great tip, Marti! I rarely use my straightener, so now I’ll get a little more use out of it;)

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    1. Marti Post author

      Thank you, Ginnie! Glad you found another use for your straightener! It’s so much easier than using an iron.

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    1. Marti Post author

      Thank you, Kristen! I was so excited to learn this trick! I gathered up all my ribbon, ironed them and now I have a whole new selection of ribbon that looks brand new! 🙂

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  4. Gloria // Simply Gloria

    I love this idea, Marti! My husband laughed at me for the reason being I bought an iron at the hair store (I have my license to get all that stuff for whole sale) and he was so confused of why I’d buy such a fancy thing. Mind you, my hair is so straight as a board. But, he was even more confused when I told him I needed it for my ribbons. Men. They just don’t get it, right?! This is such a helpful tip you shared! Love it!
    Loving the twine solution!

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