What we’re going to make now is a really cute little adornment for a Mother’s Day, breakfast in bed tray. So the first thing I’m going to do is take my Bowdabra bow wire, fold it in half, and lay it down into my Bowdabra.
And I found these adorable little rose lollipops at Walmart, so I thought I would use them. So the first thing I’m going to do is take my pink, sparkly tulle and try to unfold it. [Laughter] So now I’m just going to lay this down, or scrunch it, forget lay, scrunch it down into my Bowdabra. Oops.
This is why I love the Bowdabra, because the tulle gets all tangled. So now I can just scrunch this down into. And this is interesting tulle, because it’s very sparkly, and it seems that the sparkles get all over everything.
So now I’m going to scrunch the sparkle in. And then I’m going to take some white tulle and add my white tulle on top of my sparkly and just scrunch this into my Bowdabra. And what’s cool is if you just change the type of ribbon or the colors, this can be used for pretty much anything.
So I’m going to tuck my wire back underneath here. And then now I’ll take my little roses, which I think are so pretty, and they really look like roses. So I’ll lay those down into my Bowdabra. I have some pearls that I’m just going to lay—well actually they’re not real pearls, they’re just beads that look like pearls.
And then I’ll take my Bowdabra wand, scrunch everything down into my Bowdabra, and now I’ll take the wire and I’ll pull through the slipknot like we always do. Hold my bow down, pull it really tight. Pull it out of the Bowdabra. Separate the ends of my wire. Bring it around to the back. And you have this really cute–I’m just tying it off, and it makes this really cute–whoops, cut the end off. And you have an adorable little centerpiece for a Mother’s Day tray.