Sandy Sandler, the creator of the Bowdabra is here to show you the easy way to create a sweet little DIY towel holder. Get your guest rooms ready for Holiday guests and upgrade your home décor with easy and inexpensive extras. Sandy shows you how, so let’s get started!
First, load the Mini Bowdabra with the Bowdabra Bow Wire. Tuck the ends underneath so they stay out of the way while making the bow. You will be building a small swag, balancing the stems on each side.
Next, fold the greenery/berry pick in half and lay it in the Mini Bowdabra.
Now, add the spiky stems on each side. Then, build the bow.
Starting with the black and white ribbon which you have already dovetailed the ends. (to dovetail fold in half and cut at an angle to the fold.) Leave a length for the tail, twist, and fold to make a loop. Continue twisting and folding to make loops till you reach the end of your ribbon. Leave a little at the end to hang down as the second tail.
Now, add a single rose. Use the Bowdabra wand to give everything a good push. Finally, while holding everything down insert the loose wires through the loop which is your slipknot, and pull tight.
Turn everything to the back and tie a knot and a second knot. Fluff your bow and arrange all the loops.
To finish, use the excess wire to tie the bow onto the wreath. (optionally use hot glue)
Hang the towel holder and add a decorative towel. Perfect for a guest bathroom or kitchen.