LAST DAY! Day 13: Cinderella Disney Inspired Princess Ribbon Sculpture Pattern

September 4, 2012

Welcome to day THIRTEEN of the Disney Inspired Ribbon Sculpture Patterns. THE LAST DAY! I truly can't believe they're all done! If anyone has any other princess that I might have missed just let me know and I can try and do a follow-up tute! But if you've been following along these past few weeks you must realize the basics of making these and can probably start making your own patterns! They look complicated at first but as you can see, they're pretty easy! And what's better, they'll impress the little girl you give it too....and all her friends....and teachers;)

Today we're doing Cinderella. Get all the tutorials for all the Disney Princesses as I post them in the link below:
Cinderella is also one of the easiest, probably on par with Sleeping Beauty maybe a little easier. Only 14 steps!

Materials: Hot glue
no-fray spray (or hair spray)

Start out with these lengths of ribbon:

Flesh colored: 2¼ ", 3"
Yellow: 1¼", 2 "
Light Blue: 2", 1¼ ", five pieces of 4"
White: two pieces of 1", two pieces of 2½"


Step 1: Roll flesh colored 3" piece of ribbon into a circle and glue. This will be your head.


Step 2: Take your 1¼" piece of yellow ribbon and fold in half. Glue ends together.

Step 3: Glue that piece to top of head. These will be her bangs.

Step 4: Take your 2" pieces of light blue and yellow ribbon. Glue them on top of each other leaving

¼" of the blue showing on top.

Step 5: Glue one end to back of head. Be sure that the blue ribbon is below the yellow like in picture.

Step 6: Wrap around so that blue and yellow ribbon rests on top of bangs like a bun. Glue other end to back of head.

Step 7: Take you 1¼ " piece of light blue ribbon and glue end to back as shown.

Step 8: Wrap around body and glue other end to back. BUT be sure to leave a decent amount of space between the flesh colored ribbon and your blue bodice in the front because later you will have to fit your skirt piece under the blue bodice.

Step 9: Take your 2¼ " piece of flesh colored ribbon and round off the ends with your scissors. Spray with no fray spray. Glue to back as shown.

Step 10: Take your 1" piece of white ribbon and glue one end to back of arm as shown. Wrap around arm and glue other end to back of arm. These will be her sleeves. Repeat for other arm.

Step 11: Take your 2½" pieces of white ribbon and fold in half. Glue ends together.

Step 12: Take your five pieces of 4" light blue ribbon and fold in half. Glue ends together.

Step 13: Glue light glue ribbon into a fan shape with ends meeting at top. Glue your 2 pieces of white ribbon on top in an inverted V shape as shown.

Step 14: DONE!


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Men's Fashion said... Best Blogger Tips

Very Nice and Outstanding blog.
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Magical Day Dream said... Best Blogger Tips

That is so cute! What a fun idea :)

x

Marielle

Laura B said... Best Blogger Tips

These would also make a super cute collection of Christmas tree ornaments for my favorite little Princess. Your blog was the first I started following regularly, now there are a ton. Thank you for keeping me inspired to keep crafting!!!
LauraKate

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you so much for sharing - my daughter is a Cinderalla fanatic!

Shirley Barona said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi! I love your ideas especially the princess headbands! I just had a baby girl who is now 3 months old and I can't wait till her head is a little bigger to start putting these on her. I want to start to making them soon so they can be ready... can you please confirm the width of the ribbon you use for the princess dresses and bodies. Thank you!!! Big props to you! You are AMAZING!!

nikki said... Best Blogger Tips

@Shirley Barona

3/8"

nikki said... Best Blogger Tips

The white ribbon pieces should be times 2. Also, I needed to know to leave enough space to put the skirt under the blue bodice piece. Now it won't fit.

Kathleen Frances said... Best Blogger Tips

@nikkiSorry, yes the white is times two. I changed it in the post. Thanks.

If you didn't leave enough room under the bodice what you could do is cut off the bottom of the body and glue skirt piece to back.

Sorry about that. I added a new note in the description.

Rebecca Lionel said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi, I'd like to know whether the ribbon is 1/4" or 3/9" wide?

Kathleen Frances said... Best Blogger Tips

@Rebecca LionelIt's 3/8".

Rebecca Lionel said... Best Blogger Tips

@Kathleen Frances Thank you :)

Angela said... Best Blogger Tips

I love the ribbon princess tutorials. Thank you so much for sharing!

Tara Montelaro said... Best Blogger Tips

I'm having trouble finding the right color hue for the skin tone. What color is it exactly, and do you order it from an online store?

Thank you so much for these tutorials!!! I just found them, and thought I'd have to wing it, until now!

xu jimjim said... Best Blogger Tips

I truly can't believe they're all done! If anyone has any other princess that I might have missed just let me know and I can try and do a follow-up tute! But if you've been following along these past few weeks you must realize the basics of making these and can probably start making your own patterns! http://www.animecosplays.com/p-2015-disney-cinderella-princess-ella-dress-cosplay-costume-2512

 
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