Watch Sandy Sandler, the creator of Bowdabra, making some cute little hairband bows, party hat bows, scrapbook bows and more on Bowdabra. You are sure to love this collection of hair bows and party ideas!
Sandy begins the project with two sets of 12” and 8” ribbons of purple and white colors respectively. She scrunches the white 8” ribbon in the Mini Bowdabra and afterward inserts the 12” purple ribbon over it making loops. She tops it with another piece of purple ribbon (7” long and 1.5” wide) and inserts 8” purple and white ribbons making loops. Sandy adds some decorative picks to it and ties it all to finish the beautiful purple bow that she attaches to a ponytail holder.
Sandy uses a decorative ribbon (6” long and 1.5” wide) and scrunches it along with some pretty printed ribbon strips in the Bowdabra. She tops it with a green ribbon (12” and 2” wide) making loops and adds a beautiful rose ribbon strip over it along with some cute little flower picks. She ties it all and sticks it on the party hat with glue dots.
Sandy decorates the scrapbook border with pretty trim and glues a pink fluffy ribbon on the spine of the scrapbook. She scrunches a pretty blue ribbon (26” long) into Mini Bowdabra in an X manner and uses another pretty printed ribbon (11” long) scrunching it over the previous ribbon in the same manner. She tops it with some cute little flower picks and Crocker ribbons and ties it all to finish the beautiful bow.
Sandy glues rose picks to the front of the scrapbook and then, adds the bow on the one end to finish the super simple easy to do scrapbook decoration.
Sandy switches to Large Bowdabra for this project. She uses a beautiful print ribbon (15.5” long) and scrunches it in the Bowdabra making loops. Next, she tops it with a pink ribbon (9” long and 1.5” wide) in a similar manner, adding another strip of dovetailed pink ribbon (5” long) and tops it with some corker ribbons. She ties it all to finish the bow that can be used with alligator clips, ponytail holders and hats.
Sandy returns to Mini Bowdabra. She scrunches a 20” long and 1.5” wide pink ribbon in an X manner. She tops it with some spring color corker ribbons over it and ties it all to finish the cute bow that she attaches to a headband.
Sandy again switches to Large Bowdabra. She scrunches some silver and blue mesh (18” long each) in the Bowdabra and adds some decorative lights over it. She tops it with more silver mesh and ties it all together. Then she separates the ends to finish the cute little wand for little girls.
Keep these ready when you watch this video to start making awesome fun projects and super simple bows in minutes:
• Large Bowdabra
• Mini Bowdabra
• Bowdabra wire
• Patterned ribbons in various lengths
* Glitter Mesh Metallic
* Pearl LED Flower Lights