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How to beautify and recycle a holiday floral arrangement

It’s Christmas in July and a great way to get a head start on your Holiday décor and more before the rush. This project is a great way to recycle an old holiday floral arrangement.  Simply change up the vase or container and add a gorgeous new Bowdabra bow!  Follow this easy tutorial to make your holiday floral arrangement like new again! When the holidays come around you will have a perfect centerpiece!

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Updated July 2019

Recycle a Holiday floral arrangement

Materials:
  • Floral arrangement from previous years
  • Vase or ceramic pitcher
  • Large wire edge ribbon
  • Smaller coordinating wire edge ribbon
  • Bowdabra
  • Bowdabra bow wire
Instructions:

Begin by gathering all the materials you will need to make this simple table centerpiece.

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To make your bow, first, cut 18″ of Bowdabra Bow Wire, fold the wire in half and place it into the Bowdabra.

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Cut ribbon for the bow’s tails – dovetail the ends.

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Place the ribbon print side down into the Bowdabra. Fold and twist the ribbon to make your first loop.

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Continue making additional loops.

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To add a coordinating ribbon, place the end into the Bowdabra and fold and twist to make your first loop.

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Continue adding additional loops.  When you have enough loops dovetail the end of the ribbon. Scrunch down with the Bowabra Bow Wand.

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Thread the two tail ends of Bowdabra Bow Wire through the loop.

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Pull the wire tightly.

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Remove the bow from the Bowdabra and bring the wire around the back of the bow and knot.  Fluff the bow.

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Using the Bowdabra Bow Wire tie the bow onto a vase or ceramic pitcher.

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