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Today, I am going to show you how to make these two bows so let us get started.
I am going to use my light pink top for the ribbon and you are going to use about 10” or so or maybe less. First, you are going to make your bunny ears. I am doing it fairly large so you can see it. You can make your bunny ears, cross it over and then see this hole right here. This is where this is going to come through. You just tighten it up. Make adjustments however small you want your bow to be. Pull the side, you can tighten it up and make it smaller. Then you just trim your tails like that and there is your bow. Then I just took a piece of the light pink taffeta ribbon and I attached it to the card stock and then taken your bow and take one mini glue dots and adhere it to your top of your card.
Now, the bow, I will use the rectangle hand punch. I find that a lot easier to work with. First, I am going to go ahead and adhere this down punching through two layers of card stocks so the hand held punch is a lot easier. Take your punch and you are going to center it then punch two next to each other. Then I am using the light pink taffeta ribbon again and you want to cut your ribbon at an angle because you are going to be feeding it through this hole so you are going to start with the front of your card, feed it to the back and do the other side. Then you are going to flip it over and you are going to cross it across your ribbon, and then feed it in the opposite side towards the front. Do the other side. Let us pull that a little bit tighter. Then you just adjust your ribbon and make the center puff here then trim your tails. So then there is your fake bow and then this is the finished card again.
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