A few days ago I posted on how to make korker ribbon. I mentioned that I wanted to try to make korker ribbon hair bows to put into my Halloween Treat Bags. Well here are the results.
Here is the one I learned from.
I found that using a needle and thread to sew the ribbons together worked best for me (it is the third method in the linked tutorial). Then I hot glued the ribbon bow to the barrette. Pretty simple. I liked the needle and thread because it kept the ribbons in place. These ribbons can get pretty unruly.
One thing I have learned is that you need to use a whole lot more ribbon segments than you think you need. I used 18 or so in the above pictured bows but really should have used 30 or more each! That is a LOT of ribbon.
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