Join Sandy Sandler on Facebook Live as she creates some of the most amazing DIY Mother’s Day gift ideas with Bowdabra bow making tool
Sandy begins the project with the Mini Bowdabra bow making tool. She scrunches a pink ribbon (14” long and 2.5” wide) that is cut at an angle at the ends and tops it with a beautiful blue ribbon (14” long and 1.5” wide). She adds a red dotted dovetailed ribbon (9” long and 2.5” wide) and scrunches another similar ribbon 13” long making loops. Next, Sandy scrunches a dovetailed blue ribbon (8” long) over it and adds some cute little corker ribbons, topping it with a cute flower pick. She ties it all to finish the adorable little ponytail holder.
Sandy scrunches a dovetailed pink ribbon making loops in the Bowdabra. She adds some colorful flower picks over it and ties it all, finishing the bow that she ties to a beautiful printed scarf and shapes the picks and the scarf to finish the super simple Mother’s Day gift.
Sandy uses the Large Bowdabra for this project. She inserts a pink ribbon (34” long and 2.5” wide) making loops in an X manner and adds a beautiful rose ribbon (7” long and 1.5” wide) over it, topping it with a pretty flower pick. She ties it all to finish the pretty bow that can be tied to a gift cloth bag.
Sandy uses a wreath with 6” diameter along with a golden scrunchy ribbon (Yard and 9” long). She applies a glue dot on the back of the wreath and wraps it with the golden scrunchy ribbon, completing the wrapping with another glue dot. Then, she scrunches a dovetailed decorative ribbon (7.5” long and 2.5” wide) in the Mini Bowdabra and tops it with a mesh ribbon (5” long and 5” wide). She adds rhinestone strips (4” long) over it and adds the same decorative ribbon she used earlier (7.5” long) along with some blue flower picks. Finally, she ties it all to finish the beautiful bow that she attaches to the wreath.
Sandy scrunches some blue and red ribbon flower petals (5” long each) in the Mini Bowdabra. Then, she ties it all, spreading the petals. She sticks a little rose in the middle of the bow and with the help of glue dots, she sticks the bow to a cute photo frame.
Sandy returns to the Large Bowdabra. She adds differently colored ribbons (17” long and 1.5” wide each) and adds some more similar ribbons (12” long). Then, she again uses the same ribbons mixed together (33” long each) and scrunches them together with a twist and turn method making loops. She adds some more green ribbon strips (6” long) and ties it all. Then, she shapes the tails to finish the bow that she attaches to the watering can with help of a glue dot.
Keep these ready when you watch this video to start making awesome fun projects and super simple bows in minutes:
• Mini Bowdabra
• Large Bowdabra
• Bowdabra wire
• Patterned ribbons in various lengths
* Glitter Mesh Metallic