Watch this video with designer Nick of Nick’s Seasonal Decor and learn how you can make an absolutely gorgeous wreath quickly and easily with the Bowdabra
Don’t you all love wreaths adorned with beautiful bows for your front door?? They bring a pop of color and a bit of character to your home. If you don’t know how to create a DIY wreath with a bow, follow this tutorial’s step-by-step instructions! Grab a grapevine wreath and let’s get crafting!
Nick from Nick’s Seasonal Décor shares the complete guide on how to make a wreath like a pro!
First, Nick folds the bow wire in half and tucks it underneath the Bowdabra so it stays out of the way while you are making your bow.
Next, cut tails from the white sheer ribbon roll, and place them right into the Bowdabra.
Now, lay in the longer piece of ribbon right side down in the Bowdabra. Make an approximately 3 inch loop. Then twist so that the right side is facing up and make a matching loop on the other side. Continue twisting and making loops until you have four loops on each side.
Thread the loos wires through the loop and pull tight while the bow is still in the Bowdabra. Remove it from the Bowdabra, turn to the back, separate the ends, and tie a knot and double knot. Set aside.
Next, using the excess wire attach the bow securely to the lower right side of the wreath.
Take apart a lavender bush and work in the pieces individually. Add the floral pieces in between and around the bow in a pleasing shape with hot glue. Curl the tails and fluff out your bow and florals. You have an absolutely gorgeous wreath to use on your doors, wall, and more.