Red White Blue Felt Hairbows

I’m super excited to be participating in the Ultimate Red White Blue Roundup – if you’ve been reading for a while, you know I’m weak for anything Red White Blue!  Today we’re talking Simple Felt Bows – - I say hairbow, because I used them for hairclips and headbands, but I’m thinking of going beyond that and making a garland… wouldn’t that be the cutest?!
Be sure to scroll all the way down to check out all the projects from other bloggers – you’ll be blown away!

But first, on with my project tutorial:

You will need:
–felt sheet (in the craft section, and super inexpensive – maybe like $0.30?) in each color
–scissors
–hot glue
–template - you freehand the shape you see in the tutorial or use the one here: Felt Bow Template

Hey look, ultra fast tutorial with a moving collage picture (better know as a gif!) – cool, right?! (and it’s pinnable!) – my first attempt at one…

But don’t worry if you can’t catch all the steps in that 8 second roll through – - I put-together an awesome video tutorial – it’s only a couple of minutes long, so be sure to check it out!

That’s all there is to is – - I love a super-simple craft in the summer!  And I love how versatile this is – as I mentioned in the video, you can even slide them onto headbands.  We made them at playgroup and this little gal loaded up her headband of awesomeness:

Even stylish on cutie babes – -

Patriotic and perfect – Red White Blue Felt Hairbows (and more!)

And if you want to take it a step further, you can glitter up the bows – I have a whole tutorial on that:

Enjoy!  And go check out the rest of the projects below – -

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www.SugarBeeCrafts.com

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