Chiffon Grass Hair Bow

Are you ever in need of a fancy hair accessory that is unlike all the rest? Well…have no fear, Shirley is here to show you how to make a hair accessory that is the epitome of just that, fancy and unlike any other you’ll see on anyone else. The Chiffon Grass Hair Bow is one of a kind and so pretty, fancy, elegant, fun and fabulous all in one! But the best part about this little beauty, is that it will literally take you 5 minutes to create. You just can’t beat that! Enjoy!

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This Chiffon Grass Hair Bow has all the looks of fancy and elegant, and yet it is as simple as it gets! All you need is some of our Chiffon Grass, a gem, and you’re pretty much there!

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Frayed Chiffon Grass
Coordinating 3/8″ ribbon
Lined Clip
Hot Glue Gun

Frayed Chiffon Grass

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Cut your Chiffon Grass and 3/8″ ribbon to 11 inches.

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Lay the ribbon down vertically and the chiffon grass over it horizontally. Pull one side over to the middle, pull the other side over to the middle overlapping the first side. This is basically a bow tie bow, but with chiffon grass instead of ribbon. Then carefully pull up the sides of the ribbon and begin to tie a knot.

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Before you pull the knot tightly and finish it off, pull the grass towards one side or another to get the ribbon centered if you need to. Once everything looks good, pull tightly and tie your knot.

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Cut off your excess ribbon and heat seal the ends with a lighter (or your preferred method.)

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Here is how the bow looks before putting on the gem.

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Adding a gem is pretty much a must with this elegant bow. Just place a dab of hot glue on the ribbon in the center of the bow and gently add your gem.

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Because the chiffon on the grass is pretty long, it can come over the ribbon and make the center look less scrunched up. To solve this you can trim the chiffon in the center of the bow. This helps with keeping the two triangle shapes of the bow. 🙂

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And that’s it! All finished. Super easy, right?

All you need to do now is add your clip and enjoy this soft luxurious Chiffon Grass Hair Bow!

~ Shirley

Thank you Shirley! What a great little bow! I love how you can simply dress it up with that gorgeous little gem or dress it down without one! Either way, it’s gorgeous and glamour-ifici! This awesome little bow can also be found on The Ribbon Retreat’s YouTube Channel as a fabulous video tutorial. You can find that video HERE!

Beautiful and easy hair accessories are the best! I truly love to make them and to see them on my little sweetie girl! Here are a few more examples of hair accessories that are elegant and so very easy to create!

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Are you need of some fabulous ribbon, flowers, gems, chiffon grass and other crafty supplies? The Ribbon Retreat has everything you’ll need plus so much more! Make sure to stop by and grab all of your hair accessory, hair bow, headband, home decor, and embellishing goodies today! You can find our amazing online crafty store HERE!

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  1. Posted September 22, 2015 at 7:44 am | Permalink

    Congratulations is beatiful.Thanks

  2. Pat C.
    Posted September 24, 2015 at 12:53 pm | Permalink

    When I posted my idea (on the YouTube version blog post) of using a strip of diamond mesh around the center of the bow, I was concerned that the mesh might get buried under the fluffiness of the chiffon. But Shirley’s suggestion of trimming the chiffon in the center should solve that problem! Yay! xoxo

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted September 28, 2015 at 12:15 pm | Permalink

      Hi Pat! Thank you for your comment! Yes, trimming the chiffon is brilliant and will definitely solve your gorgeous diamond mesh from being lost in all of the fluff! LOVE IT! Have a great day and thanks again! Michelle 🙂

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