They say everything is bigger and better in Texas even hair bows! Watch this quick and easy video DIY as Bowdabra creator, Sandy shows you how to create this big, beautiful Texas size hair bow.
Follow along with the step-by-step video and make one huge Texas size hair bow or several to give away as gifts.
Texas size hair bow
9” x 40” Gold Mesh Ribbon
(2) 2” x 26” Black and White Wired Ribbon
5” x 24” Bowdabra Royal Gold Mesh
“Now we’re going to make this really cute Texas-sized hair bow, so let’s get started.
I’m going to take my regular Bowdabra. I’ve got my Bowdabra Bow Wire, folded it in half, and I’m just going to lay this down into my Bowdabra. And, just tuck it underneath so it stays out of my way.
Now, when I said Texas-sized hair bow, that is what I meant. So, I’m just going to take this piece here and scrunch this in right here. Then I’m going to take this other piece and scrunch it, because I don’t want any tails on this bow.
Then, I’m going to go right in the center and I’m going to now scrunch it. Now, I make sure that I’m even. I’m not, so I’ll just pull that over here just a little bit. And now I think I’m even. Yes, I am.
So now, I’m going to take these two pieces and do exactly the same thing. I’m just going to scrunch that in there and bring this around and scrunch it. And then bring this, center it, and we’re going to do exactly the same thing. First, you know what I’m going to do is take my wand and just scrunch that all down.
Then I’ll take this piece here. So, all we’re doing is making it like we do our boutique bows in the Mini Bowdabra, and we’re using the big Bowdabra, so we’re Texas-sized. Now I’m going to just take this piece and we’re just going to make a little scrunchy bow with this ribbon. (I believe this is our Bowdabra ribbon so you can buy it on our website.) And I’ll scrunch that down. I believe we call it Champagne or I honestly don’t want to tell you wrong, but it’s in the materials list.
So now, I will take my Bowdabra Bow Wire. And I’m going to pull this through here, through my slipknot. I scrunch it down, pull it really tight while it’s still in the Bowdabra and pull it out. I’m going to separate the ends, bring it around to the back. Just tie a knot and double-knot it. Next, I just clip the ends of my wire and fix those. To finish, I just fluff it out. And you have this really cute hair bow, and you can even put it on a hat if you want it.
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