Today, we’re going to make this really cool St. Patrick’s Day bow, and just change the colors and you can make it for anytime. It’s a great headband.
I’m going to take my Bowdabra bow wire. I have about 24 inches. I’m going to put that, fold it in half, lay it in the Bowdabra and just tuck the ends underneath. Then what I’m going to do is put my headband in, and I’m going to do it at a little angle.
And what I’ve done here is I’ve doubled—I’ve got my Bowdabra scrunchy ribbon and some tulle that has some cute little silver sparkles on it. So all I’m going to do here is take—I’m going to double them, and actually going to put the tulle over the scrunchy because I think it adds a really cool dimension.
I’m just going to center it and scrunch it into my Bowdabra. So we’re just going to scrunch. You just have to make sure your tulle is lined up so that the scrunchy is in the middle, which is why the Bowdabra is so great because it helps you to be able to do that.
And I’m just going to keep scrunching all this down, and then I’m going to take my Bowdabra wand and I’m going to just kind of push everything down into the Bowdabra. Then I have these cute little feathers and I’m going to add these on and put my feathers into the Bowdabra and scrunch everything down.
And then I’m going to take my Bowdabra bow wire and I’m going to do what I do to every project. I’m going to pull the ends through the slipknot and hold everything down. Pull it really, really tight while it’s still in the Bowdabra.
Pull it out and then take my wire, bring it around and tie it off and knot it so that it’s secure. And I’m going to just cut the ends. And we have a really, really cute—I’m just going to fluff this out. So we have this adorable headband.