Ribbon bow

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    Profile photo of Helen

    I’ve used some fabric scraps to create this baby headband, put it just looked to plain and dull, so I’ve decided to add ribbon bows. They’re tiny as I’ve used 1/4 inch ribbon for the base, and then I’ve simply tied it in the middle. Pretty easy! Normally, I would glue the bows to the headband, but since it’s for a baby, I’ve decided to sew them, to make sure they stick.

    Share the pictures of how you use ribbon bows. XOXO

    Profile photo of Jessica

    Amazing way to use ribbon Helen, I love the way bows look on the headband. Thanks for sharing your photos! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Profile photo of Sylvia

    Lovely headband, the tiny bows are so cute. ๐Ÿ™‚ Ribbon bow is really an extraordinary accessorize, you can use it for a lot of things, but somehow my absolute fave are hair accessorize. It’s such a nice detail.
    The other day I got this wedding invite, and it has such an adorable bow.

    Profile photo of Anna

    I love the easy-to-make headband bows ๐Ÿ™‚ perfect combination. People usually tend to go for those large bows or flowers, but I think these tiny ones are amazing!

    I agree with Sylvia, ribbons are must have for the weddings!

    Profile photo of Megan

    I love ribbon bows on dresses or tunics. Most commonly I use them to tie a bow around the loose dress or tunics, but sometimes I simply make a nice ribbon bow and sew it to the dress. It is usually on the place where straps are attached to the dress or sometimes on the back.

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