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  • Marcelle Brown

    Flat Iron as Ribbon Smoother Get the kinks out of wrinkled wrapping ribbons that were tied around your birthday presents for recycled bows without the telltale creases from the previous gift box. Or if you are me, straighten out all the ones that have become unraveled in my gift wrapping box and mushed by everything else in there. ~ well, duh! Why didn't I think of that?!?!

  • Kristen Altenau

    Use a flat iron to get the kinks out of recycled wrinkled wrapping (or hair) ribbons

  • Kathy Butler

    New Uses for Old Things: Holiday Edition - Flat Iron as Ribbon Smoother... by www.realsimple.com

  • Sweet love

    Handy Homemaker Tips Get the kinks out of wrinkled ribbons.

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