DIY: Printable Mother’s Day Award Ribbons

May 7, 2019

Remember when you would give your mom a corsage for Mother’s Day? Those days are long gone. We’re starting a new tradition that your mom is going to love..printable Mother’s Day Award Ribbons that she can rock all day and proudly show off her boss mom status to the world!

With the help of my Canon TS9521C Printer and our super duper free printable, you are minutes away from wowing your mama with the cutest award ribbon ever!

To get started you’ll want to gather up the goods

you’ll also need… (not pictured)



Print out your free Mother’s Day Award Ribbon and use scissors and a 2.5″ circle punch to cut out the badges and ribbon designs.

Next you’ll need to make some paper medallions for your award ribbons…here’s how.


Trim a 12×12″ piece of cardstock to 4″ wide


Score the cardstock at 1/2″ intervals


Cut the 4″ wide strip in half, so that you have two 2″ wide strips that are both scored at 1/2″ intervals.


Adhere the strips together then fold like an accordion. Glue the ends together and flatten to create a medallion and add hot glue to the center as shown. Place a plain paper circle into the hot glue on the back of the medallion. This will hold the paper medallion together. 

With all the pieces cut out and the paper medallions complete, all you have to do is assemble!


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Canon USA. The opinions and text are all mine.

7 thoughts on “Printable Mother’s Day Award Ribbons”

  1. Hi Amber, we missed seeing you on HSN today! It just didn’t seem like craft day w/o you! I hope you’ll be back because I always enjoy your demonstrations! Good luck and thank you for all of your cute projects!

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