My last post was about the bow board I made so I decided I should post now about some of the bows i've made. It's harder and yet easier than it looks. It's harder because unless you learn some tricks you're out of luck and will just end up with a big knot! But once you learn the tricks it's actually pretty simple....and for me it's getting addicting! :o)
Ok so here are my very first bows, I made two of the same kind because I love putting my girls in pig-tails!
Now these aren't the greatest bows in the world but they're also not the worst ones out there either so just bear with me. It gets better... :o)
With this one I tried to get a little more elaborate. This one-according to the website I was using-is called a loopy surround bow. Once again, this is the first one like this i've made so it's not great. I'm totally going to have to make another one and see if I can do better.
Here is my first cheerleader bow....seriously, who comes up with the names for these things?!
This was my first attempt at a stacked boutique bow...i'll show you what a good-or at least decent-stacked boutique bow should look like next.
Isn't that much better?! :o)
Then these are just some basic boutique bows...the princess one is of course Lexi's favorite! :o)
That's all the bows I have for now but like I said, it's getting addictive so i'm sure i'll be back to post more soon! :o)