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Old 10-20-2006, 05:40 AM   #1  
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I was looking thru the galley at "Peaceful Wishes" and found the following card. The card is very nice but I was intrigued by the bow. Probably because I am in the process of making 300 wedding invitations and 100 bridal shower invitations that need bows. (What was I thinking!?!?!) Can anyone help me with instructions or point me to a tutorial on how this bow is made. Here is the link to the card:

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That's a very cool bow! I've seen a variation of that before, but not quite like this. The "faux bow" is where you punch two rectangle holes, then take the ribbon and put both ends down through the holes (from the front to the back of the card). Then, cross the ribbon in the back and pull back through the opposite hole. Trim the ends and voila! This kind of bow is nice on a masculine card because it doesn't look frilly. To make the bow on the attached card I would guess that you would use the "faux bow" instructions I gave but instead of trimming the ends, go back through the hole you just came up through to make a loop on each side. Not sure how they got the ends of this bow situated like that. Hmm... I may have to try it. Boy, explaining how to tie a bow in words is tough. Sorry if this is more confusing than helpful!
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This is an example of the "faux bow" for which I gave the instructions above: Gallery at Splitcoaststampers
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That is an interesting looking bow. I also think it's done with the ribbon punch for the holes. Maybe it's more than one piece of ribbon. I'll have to try it and see if I can make it happen.
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Hi, Jan. That is my card.

Thanks so much for your kind and generous remarks.

Here is how this bow is done:

The bow is threaded through holes made with a double slot punch. Have you done the one where you insert the ribbon from the top and then thread the ends of the ribbon back through? Well, to create this look, instead of inserting the ends back through, you push the center of the tail back through and pull up as much as you want to make the loops on each side. I use about 8 inches of ribbon and I push it through with the blade of my scissors. Then you finish off by pushing the ends up through the holes and adjusting them to the position you want before trimming them off. This is a pretty tight fit through the holes. I hope this is somewhat clear. It does better with organdy but as you can see on my card, it can be done with grograin as well.

One day I might take the time to write a tutorial with pictures but don't have time today.
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Thanks for the info! I was figuring it out in my head and I was thinking of the way you described but I was also thinking it would be a tight fit. Your bow looks so neat and nice! I hope I can make it look half that good.
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That is a VERY cool bow! Thanks for asking the question and thanks Lynn for posting the directions!
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Thanks for the quick responses and Lynn for the directions!! All of you are awesome. I'm off to try this new bow technique. Would anyone like to come and play with me? I bet by the time we finish 400 they might look a pretty as Lynn's. LOL

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Lynn, Thanks for the instructions! Can't wait to try this. Great card, BTW!!!
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dumb question I know, but are your rectangle punches going north south or east west???? tia
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Mine is a long-reach punch and I just turn the paper whatever direction I need. On this card they are angled toward the corner, not north/south or east/west.
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Here is how this bow is done:

The bow is threaded through holes made with a double slot punch. Have you done the one where you insert the ribbon from the top and then thread the ends of the ribbon back through? Well, to create this look, instead of inserting the ends back through, you push the center of the tail back through and pull up as much as you want to make the loops on each side. I use about 8 inches of ribbon and I push it through with the blade of my scissors. Then you finish off by pushing the ends up through the holes and adjusting them to the position you want before trimming them off. This is a pretty tight fit through the holes. I hope this is somewhat clear. It does better with organdy but as you can see on my card, it can be done with grograin as well.
Thank you very much for these instructions, Lynn. Can't wait to try this!

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Thanks Jan for asking the question. I was curious about this bow myself. And a BIG thank you to Lynn for generously sharing the 'how to'. BTW Lynn, your card is beautiful.!
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Thank you so much for all the kind remarks. Be sure to post your results here when you get one made. I would love to see everyone's beautiful bows!!
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Thanks for the instructions on this bow. I just love the way it turned out!
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Thanks for posting these instructions! I'm at work right now, but I'm so itching to try this that I'm going to see what we have that I can "test" this with!
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Thank you for sharing the instructions, Lynn!

Also, thanks for the idea of a hidden closure!

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Thanks to Jan for bringing this to our attention and to Lynn for sharing her technique. It is a really effective way of making a bow.
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thanks for the instructions! i appreciate your taking the time!
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Thanks! Can't wait to try it!
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Great Bow...Love new ways to use the great new ribbons!
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I love that bow! It looks so pretty. I might have to try it out next time I make a card. If you do make a tutorial with pictures, let us know.
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What an interesting bow! I'd never seen one like that before. Yes, please do let us know if you create a tutorial. Thanks!
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Thanks for the instructions- It's such a clean neat bow- excellent
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Thank you. I will have to try it someday. Maybe a tutorial (when you have the time) would be helpful.
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Thanks Lynn for the tutorial....I kind of got it...but will need to practice it to get it right. I am very ribbon challenged, so I tend not to use it alot! =) (As you can tell if you've seen my gallery)

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I have a question, I made the bow, but I have alot of extra ribbon on the back. What did I do wrong? Thanks so much for the directions
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Each time you push ribbon through from the back you need to pull it tightly on the front to pull out all the slack.
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Oh! I made one and it turned out just great. It was a little tricky because the ribbon was different on one side than the other, so getting it just right took a lot of tweaking. In the end, it was great, though. Thanks for the idea.
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I did one this weekend with cheap 1/4 satin ribbon from Mike's and it turned out just fine - I didn't even use the double slot punch. I had a 1/4" round punch handy and used that!

Yeah, I'm hooked. I love the tailored look of this.
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Thanks, ladies!! I'm so glad that it worked for you and look forward to seeing them in your galleries!!
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Hi, Jan. That is my card.

Thanks so much for your kind and generous remarks.

Here is how this bow is done:

The bow is threaded through holes made with a double slot punch. Have you done the one where you insert the ribbon from the top and then thread the ends of the ribbon back through? Well, to create this look, instead of inserting the ends back through, you push the center of the tail back through and pull up as much as you want to make the loops on each side. I use about 8 inches of ribbon and I push it through with the blade of my scissors. Then you finish off by pushing the ends up through the holes and adjusting them to the position you want before trimming them off. This is a pretty tight fit through the holes. I hope this is somewhat clear. It does better with organdy but as you can see on my card, it can be done with grograin as well.

One day I might take the time to write a tutorial with pictures but don't have time today.
So exactly how much ribbon are you leaving on the back to keep it from falling out? 1/2 inch or so? Then just taping it down or does the pressure itself keep it in place?
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OMG....That is soo cool..Thanks for sharing, I'm gonna have to try it.
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So exactly how much ribbon are you leaving on the back to keep it from falling out? 1/2 inch or so? Then just taping it down or does the pressure itself keep it in place?
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I think that Ann and Benjamin and I did your bow a bit differently than what you said. I also ended up with just loops on the back. If I pull on the front the whole thing will come out of the slots.
My next guess is that I should have crossed the tails over on the back before putting them through? What I had done was to put them straight back into the same slot.

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So exactly how much ribbon are you leaving on the back to keep it from falling out? 1/2 inch or so? Then just taping it down or does the pressure itself keep it in place?
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Basically all of the ribbon ends up on the front of the card. The only part on the back is the length that crosses over from one slot to the other.
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I think that Ann and Benjamin and I did your bow a bit differently than what you said. I also ended up with just loops on the back. If I pull on the front the whole thing will come out of the slots.
My next guess is that I should have crossed the tails over on the back before putting them through? What I had done was to put them straight back into the same slot.

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Yes, you need to cross over to the other slot with your loop.
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Yes, you need to cross over to the other slot with your loop.
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There!!! Looks much better now! Thank you, Lynn!!
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Thanks Jan for asking the question. I was curious about this bow myself. And a BIG thank you to Lynn for generously sharing the 'how to'. BTW Lynn, your card is beautiful.!
Ditto everything she said!

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