Pretty Paper Bow Tutorials

How to Make Paper Bows for Gifts

I just love a beautiful wrapped present! I think spending a little extra time on the wrapping can make the recipient feel special.

While searching Pinterest I found several paper bows that I wanted to try my hand at.  I did not re-create any of the tutorials because why reinvent the wheel and they did a fabulous job anyways!

While my creations where all Christmas themed you could easily make these fit any occasion.

Here are mine

How to Make Paper Bows for Gifts

The next idea come from Martha Stewart.  I just fell in love with these Cupcake Paper Carnations.

How to Make Paper Bows for Gifts

So I had to make my own

How to Make Paper Bows for Gifts

The next are probably my favorite. 

France from Stamp and Scrap with Frenchie shares how to make the really cute Long Fluffy Paper Bows.  I love them!

How to Make Paper Bows for Gifts

And here are mine! They look so cute on a present wrapped with some ribbon.

How to Make Paper Bows for Gifts

How do you make a gift special?


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Comments

  1. Britney {Jesses Girl} says

    Okay, these are GORGEOUS! I love pretty wrapping, but I’m sadly never organized enough to do it. I’m usually rushing to get everything done so I do the easiest thing–not so cute wrapping/bows. Maybe this year!!

  2. AmieAnn says

    These are soo cute.. I just adore the paper bows because I am medallion challenged! THanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party!
    xoxo
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  3. Deborah Warren says

    I can sure see that these bows are perfect for decorating gifts at this time of the year! just popping over from the Brag About IT Link Party. I have pinned, liked and tweeted, and g+-ed. I would love it if you would drop by my site at http://www.kneadedcreations.com for a short visit! I will look forward to seeing you there! Deb @ Kneaded Creations

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