Hey There, My Friends! Today I have a great lady to introduce you to: Brooke Anna at Mommy Does. She’s so much fun!
3. And press down like so…
4. This should have made enough of a crease for you to mark exactly in the middle of the length of ribbon with your pencil.
7. Doe the same for the top half. It should look something like this…
9. Now cut a length of your embroidery floss to thread through and bring back up through the clip. It should look like this…
11. Now look at the bow and make adjustments where you see fit. Try not to pull it too much or you’ll risk undoing all your pain-staking work… haha.
14. Dab a bit of glue onto the barrettes inside and tie the embroidery floss in a double knot. Snip excess.
16. Hot glue the ends of the center knot’s ribbon to cover the embroidery floss glued knotted to the back.
Now you can line that with the thin ribbon. I didn’t line the top before gluing and knotting the bow down, my bad! You can if you want, but this bow was large enough you can’t see the metal from the barrette.
17. Now reassemble the barrette, and embellish the middle. I chose to use a little lady bug from a pack I found at a yard sale.