Back to school is right around the corner and we all are busy buying school supplies, clothes, and backpacks. Personalize your child’s backpack with this very cool and super easy Bowdabra backpack tag.
Watch and learn how easy it is to make a Bowdabra backpack tag. It’s a super way to add style to your backpack. It’s also a great for luggage to make your luggage easily recognizable when you travel!
The materials you will need are:
- 14” Bowdabra® Wire
- 4” x 2.5” Leopard Print Glitter Card Stock or any print of choice
- Metal Eyelet Grommet
- 18” Black Eyelash Silk
- 12” x 6” Black Wired Ribbon
- Mini Bowdabra®
- Black Permanent Felt Tip Pen
- Punch Cutter
- Steel Grommet Setter & Anvil
Super easy Bowdabra backpack tag
First, cut a rectangle from vinyl scrapbook paper. Next, cut the edges to shape the corners.
Now use a ruler and a sharpie marker to make the lines for the luggage name tag. Then, make a preparatory hole with the hole punch. Next, hammer the grommet into the hole.
In order to make the bow, cut the Bowdabra bow wire to size, fold in half, and lay it into the Mini Bowdabra.
Make a scrunchy bow with the folds at the corners as shown in the video. Scrunch down with the Bowdabra wand. While the bow is still in the Bowdabra, insert the loose wires through the loop and pull tight.
Finishing your Bowdabra backpack tag
Finally, tie off the bow. Pull it out of the mini Bowdabra and tie it through the grommet and knot it.
To finish, wrap the yarn around the bow and through the grommet to cover the Bowdabra bow wire
As a final touch, cut the eyelash yarn. Use the Bowdabra bow wire to attach the tag to backpack or luggage. Use the Bowdabra bow wire to attach the bow to the backpack or luggage
This is a great gift for friends and relatives or you can just make one just for yourself as a backpack or luggage tag!! Wonderful back to school gift! Want more Bowdabra DIY videos like this one? Visit Bowdabra blog each week for new crafts, videos, recipes and more!
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