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Making Hair Bows Has Become Easy with Mini Bowdabra

January 18, 2017 | By

Mini Bowdabra makes hair bow making easy. It’s a simple bow making tool that lets you create beautiful hair bows. There is no need to sew or glue bows.

Hair bows accentuate the beauty of any outfit and suit both little girls and grown-ups. I have always loved wearing hair bows and my little girl too loves her cute little bows.

However, the hair bows that you get to see at retail stores are so expensive. Boutiques shops charge exorbitant prices for hair bows that don’t seem worthwhile. Considering the high prices, I tried making hair bows myself but I am quite clumsy at it. My hair bows always turned out uneven.

snowflake wand with Mini Bowdabra

To learn how to make hair bows was quite difficult for me initially. However ever since I got Mini Bowdabra, hair bow making has become easy. It’s a simple bow making tool that lets you create beautiful hair bows. There is no need to sew or glue bows.

The Hair Bow Tool and Ruler that comes with the mini Bowdabra allows you to measure your bow loops accurately, so you can create multiple hair bows of the same size. It’s a little miracle tool for people who love making DIY crafts and bows. The best part is my little girl loved the hair bows I made for her.

Tip: If your little baby girl has little hair that makes it tough for you to attach the bow, you can slip handmade hair bows on to headbands.

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