What better way to celebrate creativity on New Year’s eve than to create some amazingly quick and pretty DIY projects and hair bows? Sandy Sandler, creator of the Bowdabra, does just that in her Facebook Live on December, 27.
A little bow to decorate your hat is what Sandy starts her show with. With assorted ribbon scraps Sandy uses the Mini Bowdabra to scrunch them down and tie them with the Bow Wire. Sandy uses the remaining Bow Wire to tie the bow to the hair clip which she promptly attaches to her cap!
By the way, if you are not sure how to dovetail your ribbons, watch Sandy in this video for quick tips.
One common problem in New Year parties is that champagne glasses sometimes get mixed up. Sandy shows just how easy it is to decorate your glasses with different bows so that everyone knows which glass is theirs. She uses ribbon pieces and simple paper stars tied with Bow Wire to make the elegant champagne glasses look absolutely stunning!
The next exciting DIY project is a lovely centerpiece you create with the Large Bowdabra Bowmaking and Design Tool. Using a variety of silver ribbons, bells, white wintry picks and silver picks, Sandy folds the ribbons and scrunches everything down in the Bowdabra. Then she ties it up neatly with the Bow Wire!
Something for the kids now! Up comes a fun and funky little headband your kids will love. Some pretty silver stretchable ribbon is rolled into the Bowdabra and scrunched down with the wand and tied to twirled silver chenille stem. The chenille stem is then wrapped around the headband.
Next Sandy uses some sparkly tulle, pieces of dovetailed ribbon and some left over ornaments and beads from Christmas to create an amazingly cute bow. When attached to the headband it looks gorgeous.
Helpful tip: Keep these ready when you watch this video to start making awesome gift ideas in minutes:
* Large Bowdabra
* Mini Bowdabra
* Bowdabra Wand
* Bowdabra Bow Wire
* A selection of ribbons and scraps of ribbons
* Christmas floral picks
* Paper stars
* Chenille Stem
Enjoy making these simple crafts with your Bowdabra tools.
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