- small hair clips
- no fray
- starch spray
- oven sheet covered in foil
- 1/4 inch wooden rods...one per hair bow cut in half to fit in your oven
- wooden clothes pin (the pinchy kind)
- hot glue gun
- preheated oven to 275 degrees
Step 1- Gather all of your supplies.
Step 2- Tightly wrap your ribbon around your rods securing each end with a clothes pin. (*Sorry, I forgot to take a picture of this, but it is pretty easy.)
Step 3- Spray with starch and place on pan. Bake for 20 minutes. Cool for 3 minutes.
Step 4- Slide ribbon off the rods. You may need to wiggle it a little to get it unstuck.
Step 5- Cut ribbon into about 2.5 inch to 3 inch pieces. 'No fray' the edges.
Step 6- Pile the ribbons into piles you wish to be "bows" and pick one of the longer ribbons to tie with. I pick up the ribbons piece by piece pinching them between my index and thumb, wrap the longest bow around them, and tie them.
Step 7- Secure the bow to the clip with the hot glue gun. I usually put a bit of glue in the knot as well so that it is secure.
Step 8- Fluff your curlies.