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Upcycle Your Way to Stunning Fall Decor and Hair Bows with Bowdabra

Join Sandy Sandler on her Facebook Live as she demonstrates how to upcycle your ribbons and make amazing bows with them including hair bows, centerpiece bows, boutique bows, and more.

Red & Silver Scrunchy Bow (begins from 0:50)

Materials required:
* Large Bowdabra
* Silver scrunchy ribbon
* Red scrunchy ribbon

1. Sandy begins the project with Large Bowdabra. She scrunches a piece of silver scrunchy ribbon along with red scrunchy ribbon.

2. She ties both and fluffs it to finish the pretty silver and red scrunchy ribbon bow.

Super Simple Hair Bow (begins from 3:00)

Materials required:
* Mini Bowdabra
* Golden ribbon scraps
* Black translucent ribbon

1. Sandy switches to Mini Bowdabra for this project. She scrunches a 5” long dovetailed golden ribbon piece followed by a 4.5” long black translucent dovetailed ribbon.

2. She scrunches another golden wired ribbon piece (7.5” long and 2.5” wide) over it.

3. She ties it all and spreads the tails to finish the cute little hair bow that can also be attached to a mini wreath, to a ponytail holder, or can be used a gift wrap bow.

Gorgeous Centerpiece Bow (begins from 5:40)

Materials required:
* Large Bowdabra
* Golden mesh
* Decorative pick
* Golden ribbon
* Multicolored ribbon scraps
* Pretty flower pick

Gorgeous Centerpiece Bow

Gorgeous Centerpiece Bow

1. For this project, Sandy returns to the Large Bowdabra.

2. She scrunches a golden mesh (24” long and 21” wide) making loop.

3. Next, Sandy scrunches another golden mesh (2 yards long and 21” wide) in the Bowdabra, again making loop.

4. She adds a pretty fall pick to it and scrunches a golden ribbon (23” long and 9” wide) over it all.

5. She tops it with another golden ribbon (18” long and 9” wide) to it.

6. She scrunches a ribbon scrap (20” long and 2” wide) and adds a few more mesh ribbon scraps and printed ribbon scraps to it all.

7. Sandy adds a pretty flower pick.

8. Lastly, she ties it all to finish the gorgeous and cool centerpiece bow that can also be used as a door bow.

Pretty Boutique Hair Bow (begins from 11:00)

Materials required:
* Mini Bowdabra
* Golden ribbon
* Pretty ribbon piece
* Golden beads

Pretty Boutique Hair Bow

Pretty Boutique Hair Bow

1. Sandy switches to Mini Bowdabra again for this project.

2. She scrunches a golden ribbon piece (6” long and 2” wide) and tops it with another pretty ribbon piece (5” long and 1.5” wide).

3. She adds another golden ribbon piece with same measurements as the first one.

4. She tops it all with another pretty ribbon (23” long and 1.5” wide) making loops in an X manner.

5. She adds some golden beads to it.

6. She ties it all and spreads the loops to finish the pretty boutique hair bow that can be attached to a hair clip or ponytail holder.

Pretty Ponytail Holder Hair Bow (begins from 16:10)

Materials required:
* Mini Bowdabra
* Burlap ribbons
* Blue mesh ribbon

Pretty Ponytail Holder Hair Bow

Pretty Ponytail Holder Hair Bow

1. Sandy scrunches two dovetailed burlap ribbons (6” long and 3.5” wide) in the Mini Bowdabra.

2. She adds three more 4.5” long dovetailed ribbon pieces to it.

3. She scrunches a pretty blue mesh ribbon (6” long and 2” wide) over it all.

4. She ties it all to finish the beautiful bow that can be attached to a ponytail holder.

Beautiful Vase/Hairclip Bow (begins from 19:20)

Materials required:
* Mini Bowdabra
* Burlap ribbon
* Green ribbon
* Red translucent ribbon

Beautiful Vase Hairclip Bow

Beautiful Vase Hairclip Bow

1. Sandy begins the project by scrunching a dovetailed burlap ribbon (6” long) in the Mini Bowdabra.

2. She scrunches a green ribbon (10” long and 5” wide) over it.

3. She adds another dovetailed burlap ribbon piece (4” long and 2” wide) to it all.

4. Next Sandy tops it with another pretty red translucent ribbon (10” long and 5” wide).

5. She ties it all and fluffs the loops to finish the really pretty bow that can be used on a vase, a candle or can be used as a hairclip.

Magnificent Centerpiece Bow (begins from 22:00)

Materials required:
* Large Bowdabra
* Green mesh ribbon
* Green lace
* Adjoined ribbons
* Golden beads pick

Magnificent Centerpiece Bow

Magnificent Centerpiece Bow

1. Beginning the project on the Large Bowdabra, Sandy scrunches a green mesh ribbon (20” long).

2. She adds another pretty green ribbon (16” long and 5” wide) and tops it with a green lace (17” long and 1.5” wide).
3. She scrunches two adjoined ribbons (1 yard and 43” long and 2.5” wide) along with the adjoined ribbon with twist and turn method making loops.
4. She adds another green ribbon lace (9” long and 1.5” wide) on the top with some beautiful decorative golden bead picks.
5. Sandy ties it all to finish the magnificent pretty bow for centerpiece, charger plate, and wreath.

Super Simple and Inexpensive Bow (begins from 26:30)

Materials required:
* Large Bowdabra
* White flower picks

Super Simple and Inexpensive Bow

Super Simple and Inexpensive Bow

1. Sandy scrunches a burlap ribbon (2 yard long) in the Large Bowdabra with twist and turn method making loops.

2. She adds two beautiful white flower picks to it.

3. She ties it all to finish the super simple and inexpensive bow.

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