Basic Knotted Center Hair Bow Clip Tutorial

Instructions How to Make a Basic Easy Hair Clip Bow

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

We are going back to the basics today with a classic DIY instructional tutorial on how to make an itty-bitty knotted center hair clippie.  These little hair-bows are small but mighty as they are popular for girls of all ages from babies to big girls needing something to hold back the hair from around their face.  This tutorial is also handy as it goes over the basics of creating and adding the traditional knotted hair-bow center that is used in almost every style and size of hair-bow and also details how to line a clip with ribbon, another essential hair-bow making skill. Continue reading

DIY Snowman Hair Clip Tutorial

DIY Snowman Hair Accessory Instructions

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

This cheery little hair-clip will brighten your day!  These little clippies can be used in many ways other than just an adorable hair accessory.  Clip it to your shirt collar or lapel or slide it on a ribbon wrapped around a gift. Continue reading

Ghost Hair Clip Tutorial

Instructions for How to Make a Halloween Ghost Hair Bow Clippie!

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

Halloween ghosts, pumpkins, witches, and spider webs seem to be everywhere you turn this time of year, so why not join in the fun and don one of these adorable little ghost hair clippies?  This is a super-easy project you can whip up in less time than it takes your hot glue gun to heat up and is positively spook-tacular! Continue reading

How to Make a Cheer Rhinestone HotFix Hair-Bow

Rhinestone HotFix Cheer Bow Tutorial

Take your hair-bows to the next level with the addition of one of our sparkly rhinestone hotfix heat transfer strips!  While the obvious applications for these rhinestone hot-fix strips are cheer and dance team bows, every little girl loves bling!  Available in a variety of widths and patterns, there are narrower styles for 1.5″ width ribbons all the way to 4″ width ribbon designs.

If you haven’t ever tried one of our rhinestone strips, don’t be intimidated thinking that they look complicated or will take special equipment – they aren’t much harder than a typical hair-bow and you probably already have what you need to make them on-hand! Continue reading

Extra Loopy Hair-Bow

Extra Loops Hair-Bow

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

Being as this is a hair-bow-based blog and supply store, it is probably safe to assume that we are all familiar with the classic loops and spikes hair-bow, but why not shake things up a bit?  Danielle whipped up this nautical anchor-themed bow just in time for summer, and added a couple of extra loops into the mix.  Continue reading

Glitter Dragonfly Clip

DIY Dragonfly Bug Hair Clip Tutorial

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

Even though the warm weather continues to elude us, the calendar says spring IS officially here!  While you wait for the mercury to rise, grab some pretty ribbons and make a pair of these adorable little dragonfly hair-clippies to have ready to slip on once the temps heat up (hopefully very, very soon!) Continue reading

Valentine’s Embellished Woven Ribbon Headband

How to Make Embellished Woven Ribbon Headband Valentines Theme

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

We love a good excuse to make one of our favorite woven ribbon headbands, and what better time than when ribbons and lace are all the rage – Valentine’s Day?!  These headbands are super fun (and easier than they look) to make, and like Danielle demonstrates here, they can be embellished to your heart’s desire (corny pun intended). Continue reading

Big Ribbon, Little Bow-Tie Tutorial!

Learn how to make your own bow-ties!

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

Nothing says “sweet” like an adorable little bow-tie!  Whether you need to make one for a dapper little dude or want to create some bow-tie hair-bows or hair-clippies to match a Valentine’s Day outfit, the basic instructions of making a bow-tie are very easy and you can then attach the finished bow to either bow-tie hardware, a hair-clip or barrette, or sew it directly to a headband. Continue reading