Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Valentine's Hair Bows Day 2

Valentine's Heart Clippie Tutorial

Supplies Needed:
16 1/2 inch strip of Heart Ribbon (5/8 inch width)
4 3/4 inch strip of White Grosgrain Ribbon (3/8 inch width)
2 1/2 inch strip of White Grosgrain Ribbon (3/8 inch width)
Metal Clippie
Needle and Thread
Straight Pin
Hot Glue Gun
Wood Burner Tool (optional)

Step 1: Seal the edges of each piece of ribbon with the wood burner tool.  If you do not have this tool, then you can skip this step.

Step 2: Glue the long white strip of ribbon to the clippie.

Step 3: Loop the heart ribbon around two times and place the straight pin in the center.  Fold out the loops so that you start to form a bow shape.

Step 4: Sew up the center of the bow.

Step 5: Pinch the bow at the center to give the bow shape.

Step 6: Holding onto the center of the bow, wrap the thread around the bow tightly.  Tie a knot on the back side.

Step 7: Glue the finished bow to the prepared clippie at the center.

Step 8: Glue the small strip of the white grosgrain ribbon around the clippie and bow to hide the thread.

Enjoy your super cute Valentine's Day Clippie!  I made two and sold them as a pair for pig tails!


  1. Such a sweet little bow and a great tutorial!!! I would love you to share this at our ongoing linky that's just for hair accessories...

    1. Thanks for linking up both of your beaut hair accessories...

  2. Amy,
    I used to make those and haven't in a long time. We are in need of some around here for my daughter and thank you so much for the tutorial. It will help me refresh my skills. I love the Valentines ribbon and I have some Hello Kitty ribbon that needs using.

  3. Great tutorial! I have two little ladies I need to start making bows for! I like the idea of making them yourself so they can match their outfits! Love the blog and will be following! :)

  4. I found you on Tip Junkie. Would you please share this with my readers for
    our Fun Stuff Fridays Valentine's Linky Party? I think it would be a great fit. http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2012/02/14-days-of-valentines-fun-stuff-fridays.html


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