Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Multi Ribbon Bow Video Tutorial

This video from Keen's Floral Outlet in Scranton, Pa. is an excellent tutorial on how to make a multi ribbon bow .  This is the the best instruction that I have seen...very clear and easy to follow.  With Christmas just around the corner, I can think of plenty of applications...the mailbox, wreaths, etc. 

Enjoy your Holiday Bowing!!



All the best,


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4 comments:

Jenglamgirl said...

my mom knows hot to make these.. even watching the video.. I think I WOULD STILL get frustrated. However, I am thrilled you posted a video.. practice makes perfect. Have a great day!

Julie Harward said...

Thank you...once I made 50 for my tree, but I like this way...nice of you to share! Come say hi :D

Chari said...

Hi Anita...

My friend, I was coming over to thank you for stopping by to take a peek at my faux fireplace project...and I'm soooo glad that I did!!! I have been wanting to learn, for the longest time, how to make these type of bows!!! EUREKA!!! And you're absolutely right about this tutorial being such a great one! The instructions are very clear and precise! Thank you, thank you, thank you...for sharing this with us!!! I have already saved this post to my favorites for future reference!!! I WILL be making some of the fabulous bows now!!!

I also was doing a little snooping around your blog...you have some great Christmas craft projects...loved them all!!! I really like your new Christmas Planner...it turned out soooo beautiful! I'm like you...I need my lists...so this is a great project for organizing the holiday season!!! And...it's so pretty!!! Thank you for sharing the "how to's" on that too!!!

Well, thank you again for stopping by my place! I really enjoyed your sweet note! And thank you for sharing these fabulous tutorials with us...I'm elated!!!

Warmest wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

southerninspiration said...

GREAT idea!!! I just this on to some younger women who asked me about making bows! thanks for sharing! and thanks, too for your dear, sweet words on my blog today!

Love ya!
Suzanne