My video tutorial on wired statement Christmas bows will have you making gorgeous statement makers in no time at all.
If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me to show them how to make my wired statement bows for Christmas, I would have quite the nest egg.
These bows are not difficult…….
If you practice.
You can go as big or as small as you like.
You can use one ribbon or as many as you like.
It’s all just a matter of how much ribbon your hand can hold while you are creating the bows.
My technique is designed to minimize any waste.
Especially when using pricey ribbons.
I essentially make one cut off the roll of ribbon……
After I have completed the entire bow.
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You Tube Tutorial
You can use these stunning bows on add the finishing touch to wreaths, swags, rocking horses, outdoor lights, lamp posts, the top of your Christmas tree, around your pet’s neck……
Anywhere you want to add a festive touch.
I used mine on our antique rocking horse.
I then added in a few velvet poinsettias around the bow to tie our rocking horse in to our collected mercury ornament tree.
Let me know what you think of these wired statement Christmas bows. I would love to know how you incorporated these bows into your Christmas decor.
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BethNovember 17, 2022 6:03 pm
I’m so glad you jumped on You Tube for your tutorials. Thank you so much for all you share. You really are a rockstar!
LaceyNovember 17, 2022 6:03 pm
Yay! Thank you for this excellent tutorial.