Create stunningly beautiful and super easy DIY Wedding Décor with the Bowdabra. Sandy Sandler, the creator of the Bowdabra, shows you how simple it is to put together ribbons, bow wire and flower picks to create amazing wedding centerpiece,bows, brooch, ponytail holder bow at minimum expense.
1. Sandy begins with white sparkly tulle (11” long and 5.5” wide) that she scrunches along with blue wired ribbon petals (3” long and 1.5” wide) in the Bowdabra. She tops it with a strip of Bowdabra rhinestone and ties it all to finish the pretty white and blue flower.
2. Next, Sandy uses the Big Bowdabra to scrunches white tulle (39” long and 6” wide) into with a dove pick. She and ties it all and spreads the wings of the dove.
3. Sandy now uses a blue dovetailed ribbon (28” long and 1.5” wide) and scrunches it in the Bowdabra along with 4 rhinestone meshes, each 18” long. She ties it all, finishing the second part of the huge centerpiece.
4. For the next part, Sandy uses a silver mesh (3 yards long and 18” wide) and scrunches it with twist and turn method making loops. She tops it with the blue ribbon and rhinestone decorations that she created previously with it and adds another strip of blue ribbon (5 yard long and 1.5” wide) with twist and turn method making loops. Next she inserts a couple of dovetailed green wired ribbons (29” long and 1.5” wide) over it and tops it with a couple of white ribbon strips (13” long and 2.5” wide). She adds an electronic light pick and two bird picks along with a few more decorative picks and again adds some more dovetailed green wire ribbons of same dimensions. Laslty, she adds few beautiful laces over it (21” long by 6” wide).
5. She ties the huge centerpiece and spreads the loops and the ribbon tails. She glues pretty white and blue flowers that she made previously to the centerpiece. This magnificent centerpiece decoration can be used as a bouquet for a bride walking down the aisle.
Sandy returns to Mini Bowdabra for this one. She uses a printed ribbon (16.5” long and 2.5” wide) that she scrunches in the Bowdabra making loops. She ties it and fluffs the loops to finish the cute little bow tie.
Sandy uses a wired orange ribbon (36” long and 1.5” wide) that she scrunches in Bowdabra making loops in an X manner. She tops it with a golden mesh (6” long and 2.5” wide) and adds pretty little blue floral picks to it. She ties it all and attaches a beautiful sticky pin to it. to finish the pretty looking brooch.
For this project, Sandy uses the Big Bowdabra. She scrunches a wired golden ribbon (7.7 yard long and 9” wide) along with a few strips of dovetailed golden meshes (11” long and 4” wide) Now she inserts a green dovetailed ribbon (9” long and 5” wide) and tops it with a grapes’ pick and a golden leaves pick. She ties it all to finish the beautiful golden decoration for wedding or any such event.
Sandy returns to Mini Bowdabra. She inserts a golden dovetailed mesh (7” long) and scrunches a ribbon (11” long and 1.5” wide) in it making loops. She tops it with a pretty pearl ribbon with twist and turn method making multiple loops along with some rhinestone mesh (3.5” long and 0.25” wide). She ties it all to finish the cute and pretty looking ponytail holder bow.
Keep these ready when you watch this video to start making awesome fun projects and super simple DIY home decor in minutes:
• Large Bowdabra
• Bowdabra wire
• Patterned ribbons in various lengths
* Bowdabra Rhinestone Mesh
* Scrunchy Ribbon