Spring season is at its best and Sandy Sandler is all set to make some of the most gorgeous spring wreath bows on Bowdabra bow making tool. Watch how you can make some of the most beautiful spring bows in simple steps with an assortment of ribbons and Bowdabra bow wire.
Sandy begins the project with a few beautiful dovetailed blue ribbons (18″ long and 4″ wide each). She scrunches them down in the Large Bowdabra and tops them with a few more ribbons (25” long and 1.5” wide). She adds a 10” long and 6” wide beautiful mesh ribbon over it along with another pretty blue ribbon, 6” long. Sandy scrunches some decorative rose picks to it and ties it all to finish the beautiful bow that can be attached to a wreath.
Sandy uses a designer dovetailed blue ribbon (27” long and 4” wide) that she scrunches in the Large Bowdabra with another blue ribbon making loops. She adds a yellow dovetailed ribbon (22.5” long and 2.5” wide) making loops and tops it with a dovetailed checkered ribbon 21” long. Next, she adds another checkered ribbon (40.5” long and 2.5” wide) again making loops and adds a dovetailed blue ribbon (18.5” long and 2.5” wide).
Sandy scrunches another blue ribbon, 35” long, making loops with a dovetailed blue checkered ribbon (17” long) over it. She adds a new blue checkered ribbon (31” long) followed by a pink dovetailed ribbon (13” long). Next, she scrunches a pink ribbon (23.5” long) making loops with a dovetailed printed yellow ribbon (9” long and 2.5 wide).
She adds yet another yellow ribbon making loops and tops it with a 6” and 10” long purple ribbons making loops. Sandy scrunches 4.5” long and 4” long green ribbons over it. She tops it with a beautiful flower pick and scrunches it all. Tying all the ribbons and shaping the tails and loops of the ribbons, she finishes the gorgeous bow. This bow can be tied to a decorated wreath.
For this project, Sandy uses a golden mesh. (22 yards long and 18” wide) She scrunches in the Large Bowdabra making loops. Then, she tops it some pretty decorative Katherine’s Collection picks and scrunches a wired ribbon over it. She creates loops with the right side of the ribbon. To finish, she ties it all and shapes the picks and ribbons to finish the gorgeously beautiful bow. She can tie it on a wreath or can be used as a door bow.
Sandy begins the project by scrunching Katherine’s Collection picks in the Large Bowdabra. Then, she tops it with two pretty blue Bowdabra ribbons (39” long and 4” wide each) making loops. She adds some decorative lights to it and tops it with a beautiful green ribbon (41” long and 4” wide). Now, Sandyscrunches two more dovetailed green ribbons 14” and 29” long, making loops. She tops it with a beautiful flower pick from Katherine’s collection. And ties it all to finish the super easy yet gorgeous bow. She attaches it to a wreath.
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
* Scrunchy Ribbon
* Glittery ribbon