I had a bout of crafty fever this weekend, and I made a Fourth-of-July hair bow for my daughter, with enough supplies left over to make one for my niece, too. I was so pleased with how they turned out that I thought I’d show them off:
There. I’m glad that’s done. Because we all know a girl cannot properly celebrate American independence unless she is fully accessorized.
*UPDATED TO ADD* Thanks so much for all the crafty compliments, which of course
was just what I hoped you’d say was completely unnecessary. *grin* Several of you asked how to make these. I’d love to tell you, but it’s a closely-guarded trade secret taught to me by my bow-making mentor; if I were to tell, you the Bow-Making CIA would show up at my house and confiscate my hot glue gun. What I can tell you is that there are many bow-making tutorials for sale on-line–I have one of them, and it is not terribly hard to teach yourself. Really, it’s not.