Enchanted Mommy

Daisy Hair Bow Tutorial!

Because I have two girls, I’m an accessory addict!  I just love them matching.  However, even before I had my first daughter (but knew she was a girl), I was making different types of hair bows for her.  This style is a newer design, but I think it is so cute!

christmas daisy bow in hair

Bow in my 2 year old's hair

First, I take the alligator clip and wrap it with ribbon all the way around it.  This helps with it staying in fine hair (which most little girls have) and it makes it so the silver doesn’t show.

alligator clip wrapped with ribbon

wrap one of the ribbons all the way around the alligator clip

Next, I take three different types of ribbon and cut it into about 6 inch pieces
**you can choose the length, just remember the width of your bow will be about half of the length you cut the ribbon.

ribbon cut for daisy bow

my 6 pieces of ribbon

Then, you fold the ribbon in half (so you know where the center is) and you put glue across the fold.

folded ribbon for daisy bow

fold ribbon to halfway and glue it down

Repeat with the other side.

Fold and glue all of your ribbons.

glued ribbons for daisy bow

*all of the ribbons glued in the middle

Next, I glued the black ribbons in an x-shape and then the Merry Christmas ribbon and then the red.  I put them on top of each other with the button on top and glue the bottom ribbon to the alligator clip and wahlaaaaa, we have ourselves a bow.

Christmas Daisy Bow

Finished bow!

Here are some of the others I have done for the girls!

Different daisy bows

A few of the Daisy bows that I have made

Couple of side notes:

  • You can get all of the supplies at any craft store.
  • You can use all types of ribbon for this bow.
  • Sometimes I use thicker ribbon on the bottom.
  • Play with different designs!
  • Save your extra buttons from clothes!!

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