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Really, it only took me about a half hour to make this, and that included taking pictures for this tutorial. Easy Peasy. And, the great thing is, you can make it as big and loopy as you want. It could have had more loops if I wanted. But I was going for simple.
You will need:
Double Ruffle Ribbon (I used approx. 1 yd)
Some spare string (embroidery floss would do–just a small piece)
Glue Gun (not pictured)
Take your ribbon and start to make loops in the size you want your ribbon to be. I cut mine off of the spool first, but if you’re not quite sure how much you’ll need, you can cut it once you’re done with your loops.
Trim off the excess double ruffle ribbon. Squish the center of your bow together and tie a piece of string around it to hold it in place.
Trim a small piece of double ruffle ribbon to wrap around the center of your bow. Hot glue the lined alligator in place on the back. Now some of you are going to think I put this clip on backwards. but I like it this way. That way it lays flat against the little girl’s head.
Now you can manipulate the loops on your bow and make it look pretty. All done!
Enjoy! Be sure to leave a comment on this post and we will draw a winner! See instructions above. Bows for hair have never been cuter and more affordable.