Friday, 17 January 2014

Find Out About Friday - How To Make A Bow Using An Oval Punch

For this week's Find Out About Friday I have a fun little tutorial for you (I know that is three weeks in a row!), today I am going to show you how to make a bow using an oval punch.
 How to make a bow with an oval punch - check out this tutorial
This is what you are going to need to make your bow.  I used the Stampin' Up! Large Oval Punch, and 1/2 inch circle punch.  You will also need a paper folder, a pair of scissors and some glue dots.  Start by punching three ovals and one circle.
How to make a bow with an oval punch - check out this tutorial
Curl two of the ovals over your paper folder by holding one end of the oval and pulling the paper folder over it, much as if you are curling ribbon.  Cut the third oval in half and then cut a fish tail into the straight edge.  You should end up with these pieces.
How to make a bow with an oval punch - check out this tutorial
Next put a glue dot on the end of the curled oval and stick the oval in half.  Take another glue dot and stick one of the half ovals and attach it as shown.  Repeat so you have two of these.
How to make a bow with an oval punch - check out this tutorial
Pop another glue dot on the back of the small circle and attach the two halves to the circle forming your bow.
How to make a bow with an oval punch - check out this tutorial
Your bow is now ready to add to your card or Scrapbook Page, perhapse like this one.
Hello Lovely Bow Card with a tutorial on how to make the bow - check it out!
I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial and hope you have a lot of fun putting cute little bows on your projects.

Happy Stampin'
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