1. First, cut your paper into 7 strips, each 3/4 inch wide. Cut the first three strips to be 10 inches long, the next three strips 9 inches long, and the last one to be 4.5 inches long.
2. Next, begin twisting each of the 6 long strips so that they have a loop at each end (see picture below). Secure with hot glue in the center. Make a loop out of the last strip (the 4.5 inch one).
This is what all all the loops will look like when you are done! Now you are ready to start layering and sticking them down to make your bows!
3. Layer and stick the three largest pieces, then layer and stick the next three pieces, and finally stick the loop in the center.
This is what the bow looks like when the first layer of the longest three strips (now loops) is done:
This is what the bow looks like once you've stuck the second layer of loops down:
This is what the bow looks like when it's done, once you've attached the ring into the center:
And that's it! I told you this was super easy! These bows are so much fun to make and make for really cute additions to plain wrapping paper! I hope you try this out! And make sure you come back later on in the week to see some cute recycled gift wrapping ideas! Happy Crafting, Everyone!
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