How to make pipe cleaner rose rings.

I fell in love with these little pipe cleaner rose rings that I saw on Martha, and since I am such a visual person, I thought it would be fun to share the How-To in pictures here.

Here’s How to make them:

What you need:
-6 pipe cleaners all the same colors (your choice)
-1 green pipe cleaner (for the stem or leaf of the rose)

 

Step 1 – Gather together all 7 pipe cleaners needed to make one pipe cleaner rose.
Step 2 – Twist the 6 (same colors) together in the center.
Step 3 – Wrap it around the finger that you want it for, then slide it off.
Step 4 – Open them up like spider legs.

Step 5 – Give each end a little bend and squeeze it tight.
Step 6 – Roll each one in like a snail, pulling in tight as you go.
Step 7 – Once they are all rolled in make then look more rose like by moving them around.
Step 8 – Twist the green around and roll in to look like petals.

Easy enough?! These would be a great activity to do with the kids. Perfect for Valentine’s Day too!


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  1. 1
    Pedaling says:

    too cute.
    my girls would love this.

  2. 2

    I love that you do favorite song posts! I just did my first one…but definitely couldn't narrow it down to just one song.

    This would be an excellent craft to do with my little cousins :)

    http://www.theiheartblog.com/2010/03/musiclifelovehappy/

  3. 3

    Thanks for guest posting for me Kami – I think you are rad!

    XOX
    Jen

  4. 5

    Cute cute cute!

  5. 6
    Marie {Make and Takes} says:

    CUTE ring. I love it, what fun! And you don't have chunky digits!!

  6. 7
    Whatever Dee-Dee wants says:

    Fun rings! My activity days girls would love these!

  7. 8
    The Mumaw's says:

    I love the rings, I made one and plan to make them with my 8th grade female students. Love this idea, keep the ideas coming!!!
    Amy Mumaw

  8. 9

    These are wonderful. Thanks for the picture tutorial. That is very helpful. I plan on making these in lots of different colors for our church youth group!

  9. 10
    Mama Peck says:

    These are adorable. My granddaughter will love them! Thanks for sharing. :)

  10. 11
    {Not Quite} Susie says:

    That is RIDICULOUSLY cute!!! Good job! :)

  11. 12

    I am a mom of only boys, but this is rockin' awesome!

    I just might make these as b-day party favor fillers for the little girls who attend our next b-day party. :)

  12. 13
    Elisa Koranda says:

    OMG! I love these! I saw these on the Martha wedding website and made these for the girls at my wedding. They loved them and wore them all night!! My mom thought they were so cute that she made and used these for napkin rings! Thanks for sharing!

  13. 14

    Wonderful rings and tutorial! Thanks a lot! Already made two. One in rose, one in yellow to offer with little changes.

  14. 15

    I don’t know if you are aware that Wendy The Pipecleaner Lady is the creator and designer of the rose ring. Her extraordinary talent to twist pipe cleaners into more designs than you can imagine is what landed her on the Martha Stewart Show.
    Since you are enjoying twisting her ring, go to her website where you can see more of her fabulous creations at http://www.thepipecleanerlady.com.                             
    Marlene (a fan)pp

  15. 16
    Marlene says:

    I don’t know if you are aware that Wendy The Pipecleaner Lady is the creator and designer of the rose ring. Her extraordinary talent to twist pipe cleaners into more designs than you can imagine is what landed her on the Martha Stewart Show.
    Since you are enjoying twisting her ring, go to her website where you can see more of her fabulous creations at http://www.thepipecleanerlady.com.                             
    Marlene (a fan)

  16. 17

    Thank you so much for the easy to follow instructions! you made it so clear. I actually saw these on Martha Stewart, but I’m not really great at following directions, so I love the photos. My daughter and I are making these for Valentine’s Day gifts. I included a link to your page on an article I wrote about Rose crafts.

    http://mjwilliamson.hubpages.com/hub/Rose-Bowl-Parade-Inspired-Kids-Crafts

  17. 18

    Hi Kami! Your tutorial for these pipe cleaner rose rings was fabulous ~ we featured it at our blog, MPM School Supplies Blog, for Valentine’s Day!

    You can find the full feature here:
    http://blog.mpmschoolsupplies.com/3626/chenille-stem-rose-rings/

    We were sure to give idea/photo credit, as well as a link back to your site, but we’d love for you to take a look at it. If there are any problems, we’ll be certain to take the feature down immediately!

    Thanks so much,
    Kayla Johnson
    tristro.com/kayla

  18. 19

    OMG! Thank-you…I actually made one! I can’t make anything! Your instructions were perfect…they’d have to be, if I was able to make one! LOL

  19. 20

    I tried this and it worked and it was beautiful

  20. 21

    i made one in different colors that were orange and purple for Halloween. they are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. 22

    Dear Kami
    Your info on how to make “The Pipe Cleaner Lady .com ,“ Rose Rings ,was very entertaining, but not quite as informative nor entertaining as having Wendy the Pipe Cleaner Lady, in person at your event. Wendy is a entertainer/teacher who enthralls her audience of all ages, and teaches them how to twist and turn chenille pipe cleaners into whimsical, wearable creations. Wendy is a SHOW STOPPER. Wendy’s following learns how to build on their skills and tap in to their creative spirit. The Pipe Cleaner Lady has entertained at celebraty fuctions such as DonnaKaren’s”s Super Saurday, “Max Cure”, and The Hamptons Pollo Classic and has been raved about in th Wall Street Journal. She travels throughout the country teaching her craft. and has not only caught the eye of Martha Stewart , but was feature on Access Hollywood. So if you are interested in contacting Wendy, go to her exciting web site and review hes many talents.

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