Saturday, February 26, 2011

Triple Looped Bow

Hello!  I am so glad the weekend is here!  How about you?  I keep seeing big, beautiful, triple looped bows all over the blogging world, and thought I would give one a try.  I don't know if I did it correctly, but these are the steps I took:)

First I gathered my GORGEOUS Sheer Ruffle Edge White Ribbon by May Arts into loops by making a loop on one side, then the other for a total of 6 loops.  I held the center of the ribbon the whole time and when I was finished I used a needle and some thread to secure it:

After I pulled the needle through, I wrapped the thread around the center several times, then pulled the needle through again and knotted it off.

Then I tied some fabulous Cotton Candy Baker's Twine around the center:

I then glued on my button.  I decided to cut off the ends of the ribbon, and this was the final result:

Like I said, not sure if this is how the pros do it LOL, but it works!  I will leave the recipe for my card below.  Thank you so much for stopping by and have a wonderful Saturday!

Stamps:  Verve Kind Words
Paper:  SU Basic Gray, Echo Park Paper Co. Be Mine dp
Ink:  SU Basic Gray, PTI Hibiscus Burst
Accessories:  RRR Ribbon, Circle, Square, and Lacey Square Nestabilities, MS Butterfly Punch, Pearls, Dimensionals, Sewing Machine, PTI Button


  1. Kerri your card is gorgeous and I love that bow!!

  2. thanks you share with us how to dothe gorgeous bow! I love it!

  3. I say it came out beautifully!! Your card is absolutely fab, too!

  4. I'm loving the bow and I sort of do the same thing as you did, just a little different! Yours turned out great!

  5. Gorgeous bow, looks fabulous on your card.
    Luv CHRISSYxx

  6. Wow, so simple, yet so gorgeous! Will definately give it a try! Thanks for sharing!

  7. looks great, the card is gorgeous x

  8. Awesome bow!! Love it -gonna try for sure!

  9. Gorgeous bow and thanks for the tutorial.

  10. Fabulous tutorial! Thanks so much. That really makes a fabulous bow, and I know I'll use that on more than just cards. :-)


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