bow tutorial
{from the craft snob}

by @according2kelly on November 30, 2012

for the entire month of november we will be baking, sewing & crafting up a storm, preparing handmade gifts for this holiday season.

& the holidays are coming a wee bit earlier for a few lucky readers, thanks to our three amazing giveaways. be sure to head over to my facebook page for a chance to win a silhouette portrait, decoart paints & stencils, and michael’s gift card.

so dust off your sewing machine, & head on over to skip to my lou for some fabulous sewing projects.

rev up your mixers, & visit a southern fairytale for lots of edible yummies & holiday-inspired recipes you definitely don’t want to miss.

& to check out ALL of our crafty & creative projects go HERE.

today, our featured blogger is the sara of Craft Snob. sara writes…

Now that we have seen many great handmade gift ideas all month long, don’t forget to top your gifts with a bow. But, sometimes bows can be tricky, tangled, and complicated. They don’t have to be!

I’ve got a few good tips that will end your bow hassles. Go grab a little ribbon, watch this video, and you will be on your way to making a perfect bow every time.

Have a little yarn and button to spare? Try my Petite Bundled Bow for another gift topping option that can double as a hair accessory.

A big thanks to Kelly for all her work organizing and making the Holiday Bake, Craft & Sew Along a success. And an even bigger thanks to all of you, According to Kelly readers, who make our crafting so special.

I’m the Craft Snob that inspires you to ‘go and be pretty.’ Like Fabric flowers? Then snag your free Clementine Fabric Flower tutorial here.

Go and be pretty,

Sara

bake craft sew {giveaway}

i get to help start the holiday season off with a bang, & treat you to an absolutely amazing giveaway as part of our crafty series.

we are giving away a fabulous prize package worth more than $700!
one lucky winner will receive…

 

  • Silhouette Portrait: this is Silhouette’s newest electronic cutting tool for personal use. Like a home printer, it plugs into your PC or Mac® with a simple USB cable. However, instead of printing it uses a small blade to cut paper, cardstock, vinyl, fabric and more up to 8″ wide and 10 feet long. The machine also has the ability to register and cut printed materials.
  • DecoArt Glass Paints & Stencils: non-toxic and enviromently-friendly, DecoArt has one of the widest selection of paints and finishes for arts, crafts, and home decorating, which includes over 25 brands of paint and finishes.
  • $100 Michael’s Gift Card

simply wait for RaffleCopter to load and enter there!

be sure to check out all the fabulous craft projects shared this month for this Holiday-Inspired Bake Craft Sew series going on all month long. & Don’t forget head on over to Skip to my Lou & A Southern Fairytale for more chances to win!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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for more great ideas be sure to visit sara at her blog craft snob, &  follow her every move on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

about sara: Believing time is precious, Sara inspires you to only take on crafts that make you feel pretty. Sara is a Pellon Artist, a Momtastic Expert Contributor, and has been published in Bead Trends Magazine.

 

baking, crafting & sewing along at home? don’t forget to play show & tell… upload your photos to our flickr group HERE. follow along with all of our featured bakers, crafters & sewers on twitter HERE, & tweet about the holiday-inspired “bake, craft & sew along” using the hashtag #bakecraftsew.

5 comments
D
D

Great prize that I would love to win! Definitely making the bow for my gifts.

Gayle215
Gayle215

I would really love to win this giveaway! It would make my holiday fantastic!

Lexi
Lexi

I have been working on making all of my grown up presents super cute this year. Thanks for the help!!!

Lynn Kellan
Lynn Kellan

Thanks for the bow tutorial! Now I know how to make some cute bows for decking the halls this weekend. :)

sara
sara

You're welcome Lynn!

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