Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Korker Bow

Just a warning...I've never attempted korker bows before. This is my first time.

 I wrapped the ribbon around the dowel rods and baked them at 275 degrees for 25 minutes. I was so excited to see how they were going to turn out! It was hard to wait the 25 minutes.

After they cooled, I cute them down to about 2.5 inch long pieces and stacked them in a colorful pattern then I used some yarn to tie them in the center. I used my trusty hot glue gun to glue down some pieces then glued it to the headband.

It turned out wonderful and my Ballerina looked so patriotic!

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Emilee said...

Soo cute! my daughter just started wearing things in her hair.. shes 3 but would always pull everything out of her fine hair... I may have to give this a try they look too cute not to...

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

The Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop became the coolest party on the block because of your participation :) Thank you!

btanders said...

Cute. The model is adorable as well!!

Camille said...

They turned out darling!! Love the colors you used! We have a link party every Saturday and we would love to have you come link this up! Have a good weekend!
Camille @
PS I am your newest follower!! :)

Jennifer said...

Carole - thanks for linking up this great tutorial!! You were featured this week - check it out!!



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