October 17, 2014

DIY Halloween bow

We finally got our craft on again! It's been a while. I can barely keep up with the two babies and pup these days, let a lone find time for crafting. I have always loved a good project to work on, even if it's an easy quick one, and ever since Rosie was a young babe, I have included her in my crafting. It's so fun to have her be a part of it, we both love it (for short periods of time ha!) 

This one was so easy and she loved it.

(Sorry for the quick and less descriptive tutorial, I did it quickly and used my phone for pics) 

All you need:
Spool of tulle $1.99-Joanns
Ribbon (I used some of my scraps) 
Spider rings  $1 (pkg of 40 -Target)
Hot glue and alligator clip or elastic 
(Under $1.00)





Cut desired length of tulle for bow size, over lap creating two layers of bow on each side. 
Hot glue the ends together. 
Tie knot in middle of bow with a short piece of the same tulle.
Dab hot glue on the back of spider ring (cut off actual ring sides) 
Place spiders where you desire- between tulle or 'webs'.
Tie knot with decorative ribbon of choice, hot glue to center of bow and attach hair clip or elastic. 

5 comments:

  1. Everything is very open with a very clear explanation of the challenges

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