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Video how to make a super easy patriotic Christmas in July bow

Watch this super easy video DIY as Sandy Sandler, the creator of the Bowdabra shows you how to make a patriotic Christmas in July bow.  You can use this beautiful bow on gift packages, wreaths, garlands and more.  Wouldn’t this patriotic Christmas in July bow be absolutely lovely on a red, white, and blue themed holiday tree?

patriotic Christmas in July bow

Patriotic Christmas in July bow

 

Materials:

Bowdabra

24″ Silver Bowdabra Wire

5″ x 9′ Red Mesh

Flower of Your Choice

Black Ribbon

I call this a patriotic Christmas in July bow. So, we took this mum and just put a little silver ball in the middle of it and wrapped this with ribbon that had silver on it.

Next, I’m going to take my Bowdabra Bow Wire and I’m going to fold it in half and lay it down into the Bowdabra. Then I tuck the ends underneath, not connecting them to anything, but I’m just getting them out of the way.

And I have my red mesh, and I’m just going to twist it and put it into my Bowdabra. And with the mesh, you don’t have to twist it, but I like to twist it because it helps the mesh actually stay in better. So, twist it here. And just scrunch that last little bit.

Now, I take my Bowdabra wand and just push everything down into the Bowdabra. Then, I’m going to take my mum, and I’m just going to lie that down into the center of the Bowdabra. Next, I’m going to take my Bowdabra Bow Wire, bring it here, bring my two ends through the slipknot I created by folding it in half when I first put it in.

I pull it really tight while it’s still in the Bowdabra, pull it up to the top. I’m going to separate the ends and bring it around to the back. Tie a knot. And I’m just going to shape my bow. And here you have your beautiful patriotic Christmas in July bow.

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