Hi everyone Steph Ackerman here showing you how to create an easy Christmas Wreath with Bowdabra. Get a jump on the holidays so you will be ready when it gets busy, busy. The best time to get your Christmas decorations created is in July. The lazy days of summer are the perfect time for crafting without pressure! So let’s get started!
It’s so easy to create a wreath to adorn your home for Christmas when you use the Bowdabra. The Bowdabra makes it easy to create amazing bows with this tool.
First, fold a piece of bow wire in half and place it in the Bowdabra. You will have a loop on one side and two loose wires on the other which will be your slipknot. Next, place a 10″ strip of ribbon in the Bowdabra.
As you make your loops twist the ribbon to make sure the right side is facing in the correct position for your finished bow.
Continue making loops, making each one a little smaller than the previous one. I chose to create a 5 looped bow. Be sure to use the Bowdabra wand to push the ribbon into the channel.
Insert the loose wires through the loop while the bow is still in the Bowdabra. Pull tight and remove from the Bowdabra. Turn to the back and tie a knot.
Fluff out and arrange the bow.
Wrap coordinating ribbon around a foam wreath. Tie a scrap to the top to use as a hanger.
Using the excess bow wire, tie the bow to the wreath. Then tie the bells in place.
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