Bows are cute, and there’s no holiday without them. A present wrapped with extra attention and fine details speaks to the recipient and says that they are different and special. Such a lovely gesture, right? As for Christmas, bows are also an indispensable part of décor, and of course they are popular for gift topping. Today we are sharing some cool bow tutorials that may be used for various purposes, from décor to accessorizing your furry friends, let’s get started.
When you’re giving a loved one a really special gift, sometimes the usual paper tags and twine don’t quite cut it. This project is super simple, takes about 15 minutes all up and can be made with all sorts of other materials like felt, paper, fabric etc. But nothing really beats the look and feel of soft leather does it?
A ribbon bow is classic for topping a gift, just take the ribbon you like and wrap your gift, then make a perfect bow. Wrap the ribbon back to the top of the box and tie it, pulling tightly. Tie your ribbon, pull it tightly, then trim the edges.
These handmade gift bows are the perfect cherry on top of your Christmas gifts this year! Sparkling metallic washi tape is right what you need to make your gift Christmas-like and feel the holidays.
A fancy bow always adds that extra bit of polish to any package or wreath. Ever wonder how they’re made? Wired ribbon is the best way to wrap a gift without the possibility of wrapping yourself like a mummy and coming out of the battle one finger short. Are you ready to give your boxes the gift of glam? Read the tutorial!
We get our houses and our own wardrobe all fancied up and festive, so why not a little festive fun for our pets? A fancy collar is a simple and sweet way to add a little festive fun into your kitty’s ‘wardrobe’.
Like big puffy bows for wreaths and presents? This tutorial will tell you how to use these bows and a little bit of burlap to create simple elegant rustic looking wrapping. All you need is wired ribbon, bow wire, burlap and craft paper.
This tutorial will tell you how to cut and staple a pretty bow than to tie one. It’s simple and looks impressive when done, you just need some ribbon in the colors you love.
Got some ready bows? Make a large festive bow backdrop and in charge for a photo booth or a backdrop for kids to pose with their gifts for thank you cards! Alternatively, make a more petite version to stand behind a dessert display.
This pretty Christmas garland is made of crocheted bows and pompoms. Apply your crocheting skills to make some ribbon and then make bows of it. Looks very eye-catching!
The author of this instruction comes up with this cute and funky twist on the classic big red bow. It’s made of duct tape and looks incredibly cute.
Enter this giant Christmas bow tree topper! Purchase a jumbo bow and then add your own DIY flair to jazz it up! If you want to make it from scratch, go right ahead.
You could also make this bow into a necklace or brooch and give it as a gift! It’s made of seed beads and looks like a unique take on a traditional bow. So nice!