Astonishingly simple DIY Hostess Gifts, Holiday Decor, Hair Bows made in minutes with Bowdabra, the world’s easiest bowmaker. Join Sandy Sandler on her LIVE show of fun and super easy bowmaking.
Sandy begins the project by scrunching a dovetailed golden ribbon (5” long and 2.5 wide) in the Mini Bowdabra. She scrunches another different colored dovetailed mesh ribbon (4.5” long and 2.5” wide) over it and tops up the arrangement with a golden ribbon like the first one (8” long and 2.5” wide). She ties it all to finish the beautiful hat bow.
To make a gift wrap, Sandy uses a cute little gift bag and puts a bag of Betty Crocker Mix inside it. She fills it with red confetti and places some more gift items in the bag like candies. She ties the bag with a Bowdabra bow wire to finish the gift wrap.
Beginning the second phase of the project, Sandy switches to the standard Bowdabra. She scrunches a dovetailed golden mesh ribbon (1 yard and 27” long and 2” wide) with twist and turn method making loops. She tops it with a green ribbon (24” long and 3 quarter wide) again making loops with the twist and turn method. Over it, Sandy scrunches a cute little decorative toy and ties it all, shaping the edges and loops of the ribbons to finish the beautiful bow. Lastly, Sandy ties the bow to the gift package to finish the pretty hostess gift.
For this project, Sandy returns to the Mini Bowdabra. She scrunches a green wired ribbon (12” long and 5” wide) and another different colored dovetailed ribbon (2.5” long and 2.5” wide). She scrunches another red ribbon (11” long and 1.5” wide) over it and ties it all to finish the bow that can be tied to a headband. Spreading the ribbons in a circular manner, the bow can also be used as an ornament.
Sandy uses a dovetailed ribbon (6.5” long and 2.5” wide). She adds two similar ribbons. Then, she adds three mesh ribbons (4” wide) over it. She adds a blue ribbon (7” long and 2” wide) at the top. She shapes out the ribbons to finish an exquisite gift wrap bow.
Sandy wraps a wine bottle in golden scrunchy ribbons and ties it above at the top. Working on the bow now, Sandy switches to the Large Bowdabra. She scrunches a few different colored dovetailed ribbons. Adding some more colored ribbons, Sandy tops it all with a decoratively printed ribbon. Once all the ribbons are tied up, Sandy shapes the ribbon edges of the pretty bow and ties it to the wine bottle, completing the wine bottle DIY hostess gifts wrap.
For this one, Sandy uses a green mesh (18” long and 6” wide). She scrunches a green wired ribbon (16” long and 5” wide) over it and adds another piece of the same ribbon of the same size. Next, she adds a strip of ribbon (19” long and 1.5” wide) with two more green ribbons (40” long and 2” wide). She adds the two ribbons with a twist and turn method making loops. Lastly, Sandy adds some bead strings and decorative leaves, shaping the edges and loops and tying it all to finish the beautiful wreath /doorbell bow.
Sandy begins the project with scrunching a red mesh (25” long and 6” wide). She adds another mesh of the same size with two 15” burlap ribbons, dovetailed. Next, she scrunches a green wired ribbon (12” long and 5” wide) and a golden mesh (12” long and 2” wide). She adds several more different colored ribbons over it. Shaped out, the assorted ribbons tied together to make a stunning bow.
Keep these ready when you watch this video to start making awesome fun projects and super simple bows in minutes:
• Large Bowdabra
• Bowdabra wire
• Patterned ribbon in various lengths
* Scrunchy Ribbon
* Decorative toys
* Golden Mesh
* Red Mesh
* Green Mesh
* Beaded strings
* Gift bag
* Egg Whisk
* Wine Bottle