A gorgeous handmade bow adds a nice touch to this gorgeous sunflower wreath. This DIY bow is perfect for decorating wreaths, gifts, lanterns, and more. Today, Bowdabra is sharing an easy DIY sunflower wreath. There are many different ways to make DIY bows and wreaths; however, this one is the easiest. Watch this as Nick from Nick’s Seasonal Décor teaches how to make a gorgeous DIY classic-style wreath and bow. Follow the step-by-step instructions and craft this easy DIY project for yourself!
First, Nick folds the bow wire in half and tucks it underneath the Bowdabra to stay out of the way while creating the bow.
Next, he cuts off the long tails (20” – 22” long on either side) from the green burlap ribbon roll, and lays them right into the Bowdabra.
Next, he places more burlap ribbon in the Bowdabra, and creates 9 loops (3 ½” – 4”).
Now Nick scrunches everything down with the Bowdabra wand. Then, he inserts the loose wires through the loop and pulls tight while the bow is still in the Bowdabra. Then, he removes the bow from the Bowdabra, separates the ends, turns to the back and ties a knot. It’s best to tie a double knot for extra security.
To finish tie the bow to the wreath with some excess wire. Now Nick adds the foliage, picks, and bushes all around the wreath ending with the blue cornflowers. Fluff and arrange the bow. You have a gorgeous sunflower wreath that you can make in minutes!
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