How To Make A Simple Spring Wreath Bow
I love the simplicity of a loose bow when designing my spring silk flower wreaths. Bows just seem to look better when they are more casual with a few long loops; especially if your wreath style is more on the wild and natural look. In this tutorial, I show you a ridiculously simple way to make a simple spring wreath bow. And guess what? There is no need for twisting the ribbon or having your hands cramp! Yippee!
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How to make a simple spring wreath bow
You will need approximately 5 yards of 1.5” wired ribbon. This produces a bow with 30” long streamers.
If you are interested in getting instructions on how to make a Silk Flower Spring Wreath like the one pictured here? Just visit this link.
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Julie, thanks for this quick tutorial on making a simple spring bow. Love how easy you make your instructions. I just purchased your Spring Wreath Video and I can’t wait to try to make my own light and airy Spring wreath. I love your Ebook and all the help that you continue to share with your Ebookers. I continue to look forward to new & exciting “recipes”!!!! Thank you again for sharing your amazing talent.
Thank you so much for the information. I make wreaths and like getting new ideas. Especially from a professional.
Thank you for sharing the bow instructions. This is one thing I have a lot of trouble doing and yet it seems so simple. Have a wonderful day.
Hi Thanks for the instructions! I was literally in the middle of making a bow and wasn’t happy with it so I watched the video. Best to you!!
Yay! So happy it helped!
Julie, I simply love your tutorials. What you do with simple flowers, wreath forms and ribbon is amazing. You inspire me to try new things and to believe in myself. Your humor and down-home charm is enchanting. If I’m having a bad day I watch one of your videos and it always makes me feel better. Crafting is therapy and so are your tutorials. I’m convinced that what you put out there is a crafter’s must watch. God bless you for being you and sharing you with the crafting world. You Go Girl.