Make stunning hair bows in minutes with the Mini Bowdabra and Hair Bow Tool and Ruler. They are so simple to make that you can create amazingly different bows within no time. Watch Sandy Sandler, the creator of the Bowdabra on her LIVE.
Sandy begins the project on mini Bowdabra with a pretty dovetailed snowflake ribbon (10” long). She tops it with a silver scrunchy ribbon (24” long) and inserts another 11” printed dovetailed ribbon over it tucking in the ends and scrunching it down the middle. She inserts another 10” long silver ribbon (1 and ½ inches wide) in a similar fashion. Lastly, Sandy tops it with some Bowdabra Silver Rhinestone Mesh strips and ties it all to a ponytail holder, spreading the tails and loops to finish the beautiful scrunchy ribbon bow.
Sandy starts with two ribbons, pink printed and green (26” long and 1.5” wide). She scrunches them in X pattern making four equal loops. She ties it all, separating the loops to finish the bow that can be tied to a ponytail holder or a beret for little girls.
Beginning the project with a dovetailed golden ribbon (11” long and 2.5” wide), Sandy tops it with a printed ribbon 9” long. She scrunches another golden dovetailed ribbon (14” long and 2.5” wide) making loops and inserts another printed ribbon 5 and ½ inches long making loops. The pretty little bow can be tied to headbands.
Sandy starts with a black ribbon (17.5” long) that scrunches with an equally measuring musical printed ribbon. She uses another black ribbon (23” long) with twist and turn method making a mountain up down the middle and loops tucked in. Then, she scrunches in two red ribbons (5” long and 1.5” wide), cut with pointed ends. She adds two bead strips and ties it all to finish the beautiful musical bow. The bow can be tied to a ponytail holder.
For this project Sandy inserts a green headband in the mini Bowdabra tool and tops it with some green mesh ribbons (8” long). She scrunches a green peck over it and tops it with some more green mesh. In a last step, Sandy tops it with some blue and silver ribbons (6” long). She ties it all to complete the blue and silver bow that can be tied to a headband.
Sandy scrunches two black dovetailed ribbons (7” long and 2.5” wide) and tops it with a green wired ribbon (24” long and 6” wide). She then scrunches a peacock ribbon (11” long and 2.5” wide) over it making loops. Lastly, she adds two strips of Bowdabra rhinestones to it and spreads the loops and tails to finish the beautiful bow tying it all with the bow wire.
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