Wondering how to decorate your home and venue for the upcoming wedding in the family? No more wasting money on buying expensive accessories or décor. Enjoy the fun and excitement of making the most amazing and super, super easy DIY wedding décor, centerpiece, and pew bows and wearable accessories like ponytail holders and bracelets with Sandy Sandler, the creator of the Bowdabra, the world’s easiest bowmaker. Join Sandy on her Facebook Live every Monday.
SUPER PRETTY YET GORGEOUS CENTERPIECE BOW
Sandy picks up the Large Bowdabra and scrunches in two green mesh ribbons (1 yard long and 18” wide). She tops them with another mesh ribbon (1 yard and 6” long and 18” wide) light blue in color. She scrunches in two beautiful metallic ice Bowdabra along with a white ribbon (2 yards and 3″ long and 4″ wide) with a twist and turn method making loops. Next, she tops it all with a gorgeous pick decorated with pretty lights and adds some more flower picks on the top. All done, she ties up the arrangement and shapes the picks and ribbon loops to finish the super simple yet super pretty centerpiece bow.
MAGNIFICENT WHITE ROSE CENTERPIECE BOW
For this project, Sandy first inserts a pretty decorative branch in the Large Bowdabra and tops it with a light blue ribbon mesh (34″ long and 18″ wide). She adds another ribbon of the same color (29″ long and 18″ wide) and scrunches a Bowdabra purple shimmer ribbon (2 yards long) in an X manner making loops. She repeats the process with another green shimmer ribbon and scrunches a beautiful red rose ribbon (1 and 7 ace yards long) over it with a twist and turn method making loops. Lastly, she tops it with some magnificent white roses picks and ties it all to finish the wonderful centerpiece bow.
ADORABLE LITTLE PONYTAIL HOLDER/BRACELET
There is nothing like the Mini Bowdabra for super simple small bows. Sandy scrunches a few green colored printed ribbon pieces (5.5″ long each) with pointed ends. She folds them into half before scrunching and tops them with white ribbon pieces (3” long) having curved ends. Next, she adds two small purple petals and ties it all, attaching the bow to a hairband. She shapes the loops and the ends to finish the adorable little ponytail holder or bracelet.
PRETTY FAIRY WAND
Switching back to the Big Bowdabra, Sandy scrunches a decorative light branch, followed by a green shimmer ribbon. (2 yards and 7” long) She uses a twist and turn method for making loops. Next, she tops it with two ice metallic ribbons and adds a red rose ribbon (2 yards and 6” long and 1.5” wide) with a twist and turn method making loops. She ties it all and separates the ends and loops to finish the beautiful fairy wand.
PRETTY PEW BOW/GIFT BOW
Sandy scrunches a white tulle (1 yard and 29” and 12” wide) and tops it with another tulle (27” long and 5” wide) making loops. She adds a beautiful laced ribbon (2 yards long and 2” wide) over it with a twist and turn and makes loops. She follows with some beautiful decorative picks and white roses. Tying it all, she spreads the loops and tails, shaping it to finish the really super and simple bow for pews or any kind of gifts.
Keep these ready when you watch this video to start making awesome fun projects and super simple bows in minutes: