DIY St. Patrick’s Day Twin Hair Bows

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Hello everyone!… St Patrick’s Day is coming and I thought it would be fun to start celebrating it making something cute for my girl. I made these cute Lucky Me, Lucky You twin hair bows using products I got from Hairbow Supplies Etc. Have you heard of them?

DIY St. Patrick’s Day Twin Hair bows and Hairbows Supplies Etc. Review!

How to Make St. Patrick’s Day Twin Hair bows cover

Hairbow Supplies Etc. is an online shop for hair bow supplies. They have all kind of cute ribbons, flowers, hair clips among many other hardware, elastic for headbands, felt circles, rhinestones buttons ad so much more.

I got some supplies from them and I can tell you, I’m in love with their stuff and the customer service, they treated me so well.  The ribbons are so much better than those I already have. They are soft and easy to handle. They have bright colors and a great variety of sizes, colors and patterns. It gets actually very hard to choose, I was going insane trying to. Seriously! If you don’t believe me, you should definitely check it out!

I Juts love ribbons.  If you take a look around you’ll see that I use it almost all the time, in cards, crafts, decoration, etc. And no matter how much I buy, it never seems to be enough.  When I go to any craft store {or any store that could happen to have ribbons}, I seem to be drawn into the ribbon aisle.

St. Patrick’s Day Twin Hair Bows supplies

When Hairbow Supplies, Etc sent me those fun St. Patrick’s day ribbons a few weeks ago, I was so excited!  Oh my! so many thing I could create, so many ideas came to my mind. With what I got, I made {so far} a few hair accessories for my girl. I’ll probably be making some more {I want some for me too LOL} and other crafts I have on my list. But for this post I’m sharing a fun tutorial on how to make these cute St. Patrick’s Day Hair bows. It’s super easy!

superior view of St. Patrick’s Day Twin Hair Bows on my daugther hair

What you need:

  • 2 strips 18 Inches green solid grosgrain ribbon {7/8 inch W}
  • 2 Strips 15 Inches Lucky You, Lucky Me painted grosgrain ribbon {7/8 inch W}
  • 2 strips 5 inches Polka Dot Grosgrain Ribbon Lot {3/8 inch W.}
  • 2 Strips 1 inch solid green grosgrain ribbon {5/8 inch W}
  • 2 30 mm French Barrette Clips {1-1/4 inch} –>
  • 2 strips 6 inches of a thread of very thing ribbon.
  • A Pin
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissor

image of scissor, pin, kind of ribbons, hot glue stick

1. Fold 18 inch strip in half

 image of how the strip is folded

2. Insert the pin exactly in the middle of the fold line

view of inserting pin in the middle of strip

3. Unfold and position the pin with the tip facing you. Find one end and insert it in the pin like in the image below
image of the first strip shape

4. Do the same on the other end but in opposite direction. You will get an 8 or infinite symbol
image of the second strip shape ready

5. Then insert the middle of each loop in the pin like this
image of the strip instructions

image of the strip instructions part 2

image of the strip instructions part 3

6. Now holding tight the ribbons take out the pin and insert it in the same place but crossing it like this
image of the strip almost ready

7. Using the thread or thing ribbon make a knot around center the bow like in the image bellow and remove the pin.

image of the first bown ready

8. Do the same with the 15 inches ribbon.

image of the second bown ready

9. Place the painted bow over the solid one and tie a knot with the remaining thread to keep them in place.
image of the both bown mixed ready

10. Secure both bows with hot glue {sorry about the blurry pic. =P
image of the applying hot glue on the bown

11. Cut the excess of thread or ribbon.
image of the cutting the ribbon excess

12. Find the Polka dot 5 inches strip and make a knot in the middle.
view of Polka dot strip with knot in the middle

13. Place it in the middle of the bow to hide the other ribbon.
placing Polka dot strip in the middle of bow

14. Glue both ends on the back.
closer view of bow

15. Find the 1 inch strip and burn a little bit the ends to avoid fraying.

image of lighter burning the end of strip

16. Glue it to the back of the bow.

back view of bow

17. And finally glue the barrette clip.
back view of bow with barrette clip

18. Repeat process with the other hair bow if you want them to be twins.

That’s it!!! Some really cute Twins Hair Bows to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day Yayyyy!!!.

view of the bowns ready

Doesn’t Emma look so cute with them???
kid modeling a bown
superior view of hair with bown


I also other cute hair accessories with Hairbow Supplies Etc. products, take a look:

view of hair accessories with Hairbow Supplies
 my daughter modeling a red flower bow

 my daughter modeling a black and white flower bow

 my daughter modeling a rainbow flower bow

What do you think? Aren’t they Adorable??? I just love every product I used from them!

 If you like this project you might also like these too {Click on the images}

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Til' next time...

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6 Comments

  1. adorable, I love this sweet tutorial. Thank you for sharing your sweet blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop ♥