Hi everyone! Wow! there's been a bit of traffic on the blog lately -- I guess all you E-Z BowZ owners are finding out just how much fun this tool can be! So to follow up on my last video showing multiple bows, here are some cards that feature the multiple loops.
The above card couldn't be simpler! Using a 1-5/8" wide, wired ribbon, a triple loop bow was made. The card was finished off by mimicking the flowers in the ribbon. Bright and springy!
This card was submitted by Chris D. I just love what she did with her multiple loops -- looks like there are at least 4 loops per side! She made a flower out of it and popped it on a pre-patterned card, added a little glitter here and there and a sentiment. Great job, Chris!
This particular card features satin ribbon. We all know what a slippery devil that can be. You'll note the double set of tails in the back of this bow. Again, I'll follow up with a tutorial on this technique.
This project features netting for a double loop bow with ribbon streamers. Think of all the possibilities with weddings and baby/wedding showers, etc.!
This showcases a double-loop bow that has been attached in a way that makes it look like it was tacked on to the card, but is done in a very different way. Stay tuned -- another video!
Lastly, narrow wired ribbon was made into a double loop bow and attached to a barrette. What little girl wouldn't love this! Did you know you can also create some beautiful headbands using your E-Z BowZ?
Well, that's it for today. I just thought you'd enjoy seeing some samples of the versatility of the E-Z BowZ. Feel free to email me if you have any questions.
Thanks for dropping by!