Worried about how to make a variety of hair bows, wrist corsages, headband bows and bow pins for the upcoming wedding in the family? Stop spending on buying bows. Make Worry Free DIY Wedding Bows and ideas in Minutes with the Bowdabra, the world’s easiest bowmaker.
Join Sandy Sandler, the creator of the Bowdabra as she takes you on a magical trip of super simple yet astonishingly pretty bowmaking ideas, all in the cool environs in Colorado.
Sandy scrunches in a piece of sparkling tulle in the Mini Bowdabra and adds 4 pieces of pre-curled korker ribbons. As a finishing touch she adds two slices of Gold Rhinestone Mesh Ribbon to get that bejewelled look, apt for a wedding ponytail holder hair bow.
Sandy places a headband in the Large Bowdabra and makes a bow over it with a yard-long wired ribbon with the fold-and-twist-and-loop. She puts in a floral pick made from a burlap rose and flowers and scrunches in a pretty lace-ribbon over it. Tied up and shaped out, it makes a beautiful wedding headband hair bow.
Sandy scrunches in a piece of sparkling tulle and over it comes 14 inches of gold scrunchy ribbon. She adds two pieces of zebra ribbons, dovetailed on both ends. She adds a small piece of Gold Rhinestone Mesh Ribbon over it. Fluffed out, it makes a beautiful wrist corsage or a hair bow tied to a ponytail holder.
Using a piece of blue wired ribbon and a piece of lace, both 9 and a half inches long with the lace slightly wider than the ribbon, Sandy tucks the ends of the ribbons in the Mini Bowdabra and then scrunches the center in, with a little mountain up. She adds some flowers and tied up with the Bow Wire, it makes a lovely Mother of the Bride/Groom pin.
Sandy scrunches in a piece of dovetailed wired ribbon that has pearls along the sides. She adds another piece of the same ribbon as a little bow with its ends tucked in and the center scrunched in. Over it comes the sparkling tulle, scrunched in and a piece of Silver Rhinestone Mesh Ribbon to make a super simple and cute ponytail holder hair bow.
Sandy scrunches in a 25 inches long and 5 inches wide white tulle and a 15 inches long and 6 inches wide yellow tulle into the Large Bowdabra. She next takes two pieces of 6-and-half inches long burlap ribbon pieces and lays them down over the arrangement. She next adds a piece of 6-and-half inches long lace and over it a couple of pieces of pink ribbon. She adds two white roses to finish this beautiful, made in few minutes, cute little hair bow.
Sandy takes two pieces of 6″ long x 2″ wide lace and lays them in the Mini Bowdabra. She scrunches in two pieces of blue and white ribbons and adds some flowers and leaves to make a super quick yet very pretty headband bow, that can be simply woven into the headband with the remaining Bow Wire.
Keep these ready when you watch this video to start making awesome fun projects and bows in minutes:
* Large Bowdabra
* Bowdabra Wand
* Bowdabra Bow Wire
* Tulle in various colors
* Patterned ribbons
* Gold scrunchy ribbon
* Korker ribbons
* A selection of ribbons and scraps of ribbons
* Floral picks
* Silver and Gold Rhinestone Mesh ribbon