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  • Gift presents: bow tie tutorial

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    Little Bow Tie Tutorial Don't you just love a little kid in a bow tie? I've been trying so hard to think of projects that we can do for the little men in our lives, but it's tough to do! They just can't accessorize the way our little ladies can. But a bow tie is very cute on a little gentleman, and it's quite couture on little girls, as well! This is so easy to make, you're going to want to make one in every fabric! Just cut out your fabric; (This will make a

  • Gift presents: Boutique Bow

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    The Boutique Bow design and photos were created by Jessa Bailey of Bows by Jessa. Credit where credit is due! Many thanks to Jessa for helping to enlarge our collection of FREE hair bow instructions. Make sure to check out her Video Tutorials also! Materials ~Ribbon (cut and sealed to length needed) ~Hot Glue Gun ~Stick Pins ~Alligator Clip or French Barrette ~Threaded Needle ~Hot Glue Gun ~3.5" piece of 3/8" ribbon (trimmed and heat sealed) The Boutique Bow design and photos were created by Jessa Bailey of Bows by Jessa. Credit where credit is due! Many thanks to Jessa for

  • Accessories for hair: infant hair clippie Instructions

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    How to make Infant hair clippie   Things needed: 3/8 Grosgrain ribbon, Alligator clip, hot glue. Start: 1.Cut three strips of 3/8 inch ribbon 4.5 inches 4 inches and 1 inch long and heatseal the ends. 2.Line your alligator clip using the 4.5inch strip.(partial takes 4.5 inches and fully lined takes 7 inches ribbon). 3.Take the 4 inch strip glue the ends together and make it like a circle. Then press the center and glue inbetween the ribbon.Now it looks like a tie bow. 4. Glue the tie bow on top of the alligator clip. 5. Use the third

  • Fold Over Elastic headband tutorial–5th Instruction Contest

    Hair, Sewing  |  0 Commentfold over elastic headband tutorial–5th instruction contest

    You will need: Your desired length of WOVEN FOE. I use 12" for a newborn, 15" for 4-12 months and 17" for 12 months to 3 years. A needle and thread hot glue or decent fabric glue a small piece of ribbon to make your headband interchangeable. The length of the piece of ribbon will depend on the width of your FOE. A clippie to add to the headband when finished. Join the two right sides of the elastic together and run a lighter across to create a seal for stitching. Then begin sewing the ends of

  • Gift wrapping magazine

    Magazine, Other crafts, Paper crafts, Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentgift wrapping magazine


  • Arrangements for making bows

    Making flower, Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentarrangements for making bows

    tools for bows Walking through the open spaces of our favorite internet stumbled across this interesting information in the blog Svetta St.Petersburg-Pleven, Bulgaria, Russia, Bulgaria. To help bows In the online stores offer different kinds of machines for making gift bows ... But that is needlewomen make similar machines from scrap materials at home and tie, tie bows ... Video Video Videolesson izgotavleniya bows with such machines Videos How does this "miracle of technology" can be viewed here And, of course, you can simply tie an ordinary bow just two of his hands ...  

  • Recycling for gifts

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    bow out of book pages Very simple bow or flower to decorate a gift box for just a few minutes. Materials: 1. Book pages (magazine, newspaper or other suitable paper) 6 pcs 2. Piece of wire 3. Scissors I decided to bow out of the newspapers, so we cut it on the page, and then each page in half. Fold the page in an accordion and seals wire in the middle, cut off excess. (I have about 17 cm) Then begin to carefully open each leaf, the main thing is not to hurry, otherwise tear pages. Do not be afraid of a little

  • Making ribbon bows

    Making flower, Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentmaking ribbon bows


  • How to tie a bow?

    Beading and knotting, Knotting  |  0 Commenthow to tie a bow?

      Tools: Shown above: (A) Wrapped gift (B) Ribbon (C) Scissors Step 1: Slide your ribbon underneath the gift. Step 2: Bring the left tail of the ribbon up and form one half of a bow to measure how much ribbon you will need to leave out on the left side. Adjust ribbon accordingly. Step 3: Bring the right tail of the ribbon up and twist with the left tail to form a cross. The right tail should be pulled toward you while the left tail should be pulled away from you. Step 4: Slide the right tail

  • How to make a bow:

    Flower arrangement, Other crafts, Video  |  0 Commenthow to make a bow:

    Bow - a star, fast and easy. Video This video shows a way of making bows, stars without using a template, with the fingers. Videos from the Japanese show "Ito-ke no shokutaku". These bows can be used not only for decoration, gift, but also for forming the crown of the New Year Topiary, which in itself is good, original gift for the New Year. bow easy tutorial - a touch of grace  

  • Hair clip for little baby tutorial

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    BOW TUTORIAL Well, after wrestling for 2 hours with the Adobe Illustrator that I downloaded for a free 30-day trial, I have absolutely nothing to show for it.  I was trying to import the photos that I had taken for this tutorial so that I could have a nice, illustrated How-To for y'all, but I just couldn't figure it out.  I really get frustrated with myself sometimes, because I am so non-intuitive in the computer department.  To give myself a little slack, I have never, ever worked with Photoshop before these

  • Gift presents: Beautiful bows

    Making flower, Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentgift presents: beautiful bows

    ALL RIBBONS AND BOWS I've been going a little bow-crazy lately, what with spring and all.  I get so excited to see all the fresh, tender colors of spring that I feel it necessary to mimic nature with my little textile creations. Here's a little sneak preview of what my girls' Easter dresses will look like...a bit unconventional in the colors, but still within the spring spectrum, I think.  Tomorrow morning I'll try and get some good shots of them wearing their sweet little dresses. Last week I made a bunch of hair bows, some