How to Make a Bow with Yarn
I’m sure you knitters out there recognize this yarn! This yarn made a beautiful bow! And talk about a bargain! I purchased this yarn at half off, and it could make a hundred bows. Maybe not quite a hundred.
Here is a special present for my dad. I wrapped it in plaid paper, and topped it with a satin bow. I love using satin ribbon, because the ribbon looks the same on both sides. It makes a beautiful bow. You can hot glue greenery under the bow. A matching gift tag finishes the look.
For the bow, I pulled the ribbon around the package and tied it into a bow. Next, I turned the present and ran the ribbon under the first bow, and tied another bow. I chose shatter-proof ornaments, different colored greenery, and a pretty silver gift tag. The Christmas tree lights bounce off this gift.
You can find little grapevine leaves in a package of six. Wrap your present in brown paper, wrap red burlap around the package, then hot glue the grapevine wreath onto the burlap ribbon. Next, hot glue greenery, and a few berries, and you have an adorably wrapped gift.
One easy way to make a bow is with mesh ribbon. I repeat the same process as the present above. Pull the mesh around the present, tie in a bow. Turn the present and repeat. Trim your tails, fluff the loops, and you are finished!
How to Wrap a Present That is Beyond Elegant
Here, I used a light gray tulle ribbon, and a light gray satin ribbon. Pearl and silver berries were hot glued under the bow, along with a two silver leaves. I’m going to get major brownie points for this present.
Pretty Presents Under a Pretty Tree
Here is the video with more details on how to wrap a present your friends and family will drool over!