Your cute little princess deserves the best. And when you can design a gorgeous princess outfit and hair bows for her, it is sure to make her feel really special.
Sandy Sandler, the creator of the Bowdabra, the world’s easiest bowmaker shows you how to design and create some of the cutest and simplest princess outfit bows, necklace bows, bracelet bows and more with the Bowdabra bow making tool.
The first project for this evening’s Facebook Live is an amazingly pretty bow for the princess outfit. Sandy scrunches a few pink (5” long and 1.5” wide each) and white (3” long and 1.5” wide each) wired ribbons into the Mini Bowdabra. All these ribbons have circular ends.
She tops up the ribbon arrangement with two pretty little decorative roses. Once tied up, a cute bow takes shape that can also be tied to a ponytail holder or a hair clip as a hair bow. Sandy glues the little bow to the princess dress and shapes out the ends of the bow. And you get a stunning bow in just minutes to surprise your little one.
To make a pretty bow for a little girl’s shoe, Sandy scrunches a white strip of ribbon (4.5” long and 2.5” wide) and adds some korker ribbons to the arrangement in the Bowdabra. She ties up the bow, shapes it and glues it to the shoe to give an extra touch of style to the shoe. Just 1-2-3 and you are done!
To make a pretty bracelet bow to go with the princess dress, Sandy inserts a bracelet in the Large Bowdabra. Next, she scrunches a decorative tulle (40” long and 3” wide) over it making loops with the twist and turn method and tops it with a pretty sparkly ribbon (13” long and 6” wide). She adds another pretty ribbon (10” long and 6” wide) over it and ties it all up along with the bracelet. She puffs out the loops to finish the cute little bracelet bow.
Sandy inserts a necklace in the Bowdabra and adds a decorative tulle (14” long and 6” wide). She tops it with a sparkly ribbon (16” long) along with a pink ribbon and ties the arrangement to the necklace. With the little necklace matching the princess bracelet, the princess outfit looks gorgeous.
This one again is super, super easy. Sandy simply scrunches ribbon scraps of various colors, textures, and sizes along with a light pick. She adds some decorative flowers to it and ties it up, finishing the amazing magic wand, the perfect accessory for the princess dress.
Sandy scrunches a blue ribbon (19” long and 1.5” wide) in the Mini Bowdabra making loops in an X-manner. She adds another similar ribbon (10” long) and some cute little dovetailed ribbons (4.5” long each) to it. Then, she tops it all with a bunch of decorative roses and ties up the arrangement, shaping out the loops. She ties it to a ponytail holder to finish the cute and super simple ponytail holder bow.
Sandy begins by scrunching a purple printed ribbon (20” long and 1.5” wide) in an X manner to make loops in the Mini Bowdabra. She adds another ribbon (8” long and 2.5” wide) to it with three little decorative roses and ties it all, shaping out the loops.
Sandy scrunches a dovetailed red ribbon (7” long) with some more dovetailed ribbons (4.5” long). She adds a cute decorative pillow star to it along with a tulle (9” long and 3”) and a few decorative roses. She ties it all up, creating an awesome bow in minutes for a ponytail holder. You can even use it on a gift wrap.
To make this super easy but really pretty centerpiece, Sandy scrunches a decorative ribbon (18” long) with a beautiful pick. She adds another ribbon (1.5” yard long and 2.5” wide) making loops with a twist and turn method. To this pile, she adds some more ribbons making loops and tops it up again with a pick. She ties it all and shapes the loops and the tails to finish the pretty centerpiece.
Keep these ready when you watch this video to start making awesome fun projects and super simple bows in minutes: