Join Sandy Sandler’s New Year Eve Watch Party to create super simple yet astonishingly beautiful wreath bows, Champagne glass bows, silver puffs, centerpiece and more. Create Winter Bows and Decor Ideas in minutes with the Bowdabra.
Sandy begins the project with the Mini Bowdabra. She scrunches a silver scrunchy ribbon and after tying it with the bow wire, she spreads the ribbons to finish the cute silver puff that can be attached to hats and caps.
Sandy scrunches a black & white printed ribbon (32” long and 1.5” wide) in an X pattern and inserts another strip of the same ribbon (24″ wide and 1.5″ wide) in the same pattern into the Bowdabra. She tops it with some pretty little green decorative flowers. Once tying it all, she shapes up the loops and edges to finish the beautiful bow that can be used to decorate champagne glass or hat and can also be used as a boutonniere.
Sandy uses a wreath made of Bowdabra champagne squirrel ribbon wrapped around a green Styrofoam. She scrunches a ribbon (a yard long and 5” wide) into the Big Bowdabra from the center, making two big loops, and then inserts another ribbon of same dimension in the similar pattern.
Next Sandy uses two dovetailed mesh ribbons (20” long and 2.5” wide) and with another printed ribbon (27” long) that she scrunches from center making two loops. She inserts two beautiful, painted splatter silver and gold ribbons (23” long and 2.5” wide) on top, adding 4 more strips of same ribbon (17” long and 2” wide) in the same pattern. She ties it all and shapes the ribbon tails and ties the bow to the wreath to finish the gorgeous wreath bow.
Sandy uses three different colored dovetailed ribbons (28” long and 2” wide). She scrunches two dovetailed printed ribbons (23” long).
Next Sandy uses three blue mesh ribbons (25” long) with pointed ends. She scrunches them in with two blue colored ribbons (40” long and 2” wide) using the twist and turn method. She tops up the arrangement with a bunch of decorative mini light bulbs. She covers it up with another blue ribbon (12” long and 2” wide) making loops. She ties it all and separates the loops and the ends to finish the really pretty centerpiece/wall bow as winter bows and decor.
For this project, Sandy uses the Mini Bowdabra. She scrunches a dovetailed ribbon (8” long) and a piece of Bowdabra glitter mesh (6” long and 5” wide). She tops it with a few Bowdabra Rhinestone Mesh strips and scrunches another splattered gold and silver ribbon (8” long and 2” wide), tying it all to finish the cute and simple fun winter bows that can be attached to a hat, or a dress for your New Year Eve party.
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 ribbons in various lengths
* Burlap ribbon
* Decorative twigs and flowers
* Green mesh