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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

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

DIY Mini Cheer Bow Tutorial

Make your own mini cheer hair-bowContributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

The football frenzy is almost upon us!   Gear up with one of these super cute mini cheer hair-bows on an elastic ponytail holder in either a girly take such as the pink used here, or use your favorite team color.  This bow uses a narrower 7/8″ width ribbon for a smaller bow size perfect for toddlers or big girl pig tail pairs.  This is an easy DIY cheer hair-bow that even beginner bow makers can whip up with ease. Continue reading

Four Loop Tails Down Bow

How to Make 4 Loop Tails Down Hair Bow

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

Ready-set-go! Back-to-school is here whether we are ready or not which means lots of clothes shopping and, of course, bow-making!  Danielle shares easy instructions on how to make this classic tails down hair-bow that is perfect for school.  You can also use a wide ribbon and larger template to make an oversized cheer bow. Continue reading

Funky Tulle Korker Ponytail Holder

Korker and Tulle Ponytail Tutorial

Korker and Tulle Hairbow Side Profile

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

Bouncy and curly korker bow ponytail holders are always a big hit, but the added tulle spikes really set this bow apart and add extra fullness and body.  Learn how to make your own unique korker and tulle bows and save some serious cash over purchasing from boutique shops.  This tutorial shows you how to create your own korker ribbon pieces, but you can save a lot of time and whip this bow together fast by using pre-curled korkers available here in our store. Continue reading

Ribbon Spikes Hair Bow Tutorial

How to make a Stacked Ribbon Spikes Hair-Bow

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

It would seem at first glance that a stacked ribbon spikes hair-bow would be as straight-forward as they come, right?  Well, if you have attempted it, you may have found that the result was a flat and floppy disappointment.  It turns out, there IS a trick to making these adorable bows look perky and fun – folding the ribbons first!  Continue reading

DIY Felt and Lace Bow Tie Hair-Bow Tutorial

diy felt lace hair-bow tutorial

Contributor post by Danielle at Korker Krazy

What could be sweeter than the combination of felt and lace?  The two pair together fabulously in this adorable little hair-bow that can be used as a baby bow, a clippie for pulling back bangs, or attached to a headband.  Lace is synonymous with Valentine’s Day, so we chose a bubblegum pink for this Valentine’s hair accessory, but you could easily switch up the colors for Christmas or any other holiday. Continue reading