Tutorial: Wedding Hair Bows

I made these hair bows for our wedding, for the flowergirls.

What you’ll need:

  • Ribbons – one wider than the other works best.
  • Hair clip – $2 shops sell these
  • String of beads
  • Accessories
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Lighter

How to make them:

  • Cut the ribbons. The wider one needs to be longer. How much depends on how you want your finished size.

  • Burn the ends with the lighter.

  • Fold the ends of the wide ribbon in to the middle. Using your hot glue gun, glue them in place.
  • Do the same with the thinner ribbon.
  • Hot glue the smaller ribbon in the middle of the larger ribbon.

  • Hot glue your beads/embellishments on.
  • Cut a small strip of the smaller ribbon, and hot glue in the middle of your embellishments.
  • Hot glue the ribbon into the clip. Fold over the ends of the ribbon and hot glue them into place.
  • Stand back and look at your handiwork!

Mrs K

Coke Zero addict, knitter, crocheter, fat, fabulous, fluffy mama.

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13 Responses

  1. Pam says:

    These are gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing the easy to follow tutorial!!!

  2. Mrs K says:

    Thank you Pam. They are very simple, yet look very effective. We had a lot of compliments on them.

  3. Irina says:

    Congratulations on getting married! I loved seeing all your preparations and your white/blue theme is very pretty and spot on for a winter wedding. We also did a lot of our wedding preparations and it was so much fun.

  4. Mrs K says:

    Thank you πŸ™‚ It was a lot of hard work, but so much fun!

  5. loue says:

    hmmmm, nice! maybe I could try this one of this days or in the future.. hehehe
    http://www.sissyspastime.info/2012/02/the-missing-white-cat/

  6. Enzo says:

    This is very helpful. Too bad I don’t do wedding coordination now but still I can use this maybe soon or maybe in my own wedding day…Yeah!

    Visiting from WW.

  7. Mrs K says:

    It was very easy, so is a good thing to remember for anything!! I did one the other day just for my girl to have a co-ordinating one for a dress she wears!

  8. Gaylee says:

    That’s a great idea! A personal touch on such memorable occasion πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing this. I don’t have a daughter but I definitely need this for a friend’s daughter’s upcoming 7th birthday.

    Visiting from WW…
    http://www.houseofgaylee.info/2012/02/15/wacky-pose/

  9. Mrs K says:

    Oh yay! Pleased I could help πŸ™‚

  10. Clarissa says:

    Thanks for the tutorial!Looks so easy to follow^_^

    http://ties-bonding.blogspot.com/2012/02/diamond-is-forever.html

    Happy Wednesday Whites!

  11. Mrs K says:

    Thanks! It is easy, link up photos if you give it a go!

  12. raya says:

    wow! i would love to make our homeschoolers do this for a project. Thanks for sharing! here for a very late WW visit..

  13. Mrs K says:

    I’d love to see photos if you make them! Feel free to link up πŸ™‚