Gift Bow

Dec 17, 2010

The oth­er day Ron­da sent me a few pho­tos of some cute con­tain­ers she cre­at­ed filled with some of her pep­per­mint bark, click here if you want her recipe. Well I noticed she had the cutest gift bows on top of each con­tain­er so I imme­di­ate­ly asked her how she made them. Well she got the idea from Emi­ly who got the idea from a post on Flickr. Oh the tan­gled web us crafters weave. Emi­ly’s tuto­r­i­al is super easy to fol­low and I think you will want to cre­ate some for your­self. These bows do not take much paper either so you could mix and match them with your paper scraps.

Sup­plies Used: The Girls’ Paperier — Tin­sel & Twig — Hol­ly Berry Flo­ral, Col­or­Box Flu­id Chalk Ink — Creamy Brown, Aleene’s Quick Dry Tacky Glue

Tools Need­ed: Paper Trim­mer, Scal­lop Scis­sors

I trimmed the sides of each paper strip with scal­lop scis­sors then inked the edges using Creamy Brown ink. I do believe I am going to have to accent the scal­lops with some Dia­mond or Plat­inum Stick­les and then cov­er the entire bow with Crys­tal Coarse Glit­ter. I just can­not stand not hav­ing some bling espe­cial­ly at Christ­mas as I love how glit­ter accent­ed pack­ages look under­neath our tree when the lights on… so mag­i­cal.

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