I am dreadfully Bow-Challenged. You may have noticed if you’ve been reading me for any length of time. And, of course, you can tell by the photo.
I last mentioned this several months ago, in my Snowflakes on a Field of Green article. In the article, I mentioned one of my ways I get around the issue.
I decided to collect some of my tips to help you if you’re Bow-Challenged, too:
- Tie a bow around a card layer upside down, then turn the layer right side up.
- Tie a knot (my #1 go-to)
- Tie a bow from a separate piece of ribbon and adhere it to an attached strip of ribbon
- Attach pre-made bows.
- Make bows from the Bow Builder Punch (137414 – my #2 go-to). You can make single or double loop bows with this tool.
- Tie a knot before you tie a bow if you’re using thin or slick narrow ribbon or twine.
If you need an answer to any question about being Bow Challenged or any other technique, product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at email@example.com. I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it. If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just make your subject line the technique, product or tool, such as Bow Challenged.Read More