What Works Wednesday: Tiny Bows

Find instructions for this bow at ICreativeIdeas.com.

Who doesn’t need a tiny bow?  Everyone needs a tiny bow!  Put them on gifts, on cards, on name tags, pin them in your hair, pin them in your daughter’s hair, pin them on your dog…you’ll find many more uses for them when you see how easy they are to make.  And all you need is an ordinary fork!  This is genius.  Really.

Basically you use the tines of the fork to wind the ribbon through, then tie it neatly in the center and slide it off the fork.  The more times you wrap the ribbon through the tines of the fork, the more loops you get in the bow. All you have to do is search the internet for “fork bows” and you will get all sorts of pages with instructions. Handimania and ICreativeIdeas are two of them with tutorials on how to make them.

Find instructions for this bow at Handimania.com.

So, what works for you this Wednesday?  If you have any crafty tip, trick or DIY that works for you, share it with us in the comments and share this post with your friends!  You never know if yours might be featured here on What Works Wednesday!

Until next time, stay inspired and be crafy!

Ann’Re learned to knit and crochet as a young child and continues to pass on her love for these traditional and timeless hand crafts.   Born and raised in the Detroit area, she now lives in Amish Indiana with her husband and son.  You can find her work on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AnnReHandmade and you can also follow her on Facebook and Instagram. ❀