How To Make A Korker Bow, YouTube Thursday

How To Make A Korker Bow, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Korker ribbon AND bows are some of my absolute favorite! I love the girly curl and the fullness you get with adorable bows made from these incredible ribbons. This fun ribbon comes in so many different colors and designs from polka dot to chevron…and who doesn’t love polka dots and chevrons?

If you love korker ribbon like I do, then today’s video tutorial is just for you. Today, Shirley is going to teach us how to create a fantastic and stunning little bow from our patriotic red, white and blue korker ribbon mix. It’s never to early to plan your 4th of July attire and this fabulously curly bow is the perfect accessory for your little ladies 4th of July party!

Are you ready to get started? Here are the supplies you will need:

Korker Ribbon
Heat Sealing Tool
Needle and Thread
Hi-Temp Glue Gun
Lined Clip
*Learn how to line your clips HERE
Stiffen Stuff – optional

Enjoy the show!

Have you fallen in love? I seriously love korker ribbon and these fun and fabulous korker bows. Yummmm! If you are a fan of korker bows too, we have some incredible written tutorials that are just perfect for you. Check these out…

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The Ribbon Retreat has TONS of incredible written tutorials…AND…video tutorials too! Make sure not to miss any of our video tutorials by subscribing to our fabulous YouTube Channel. These tutorials are wonderful and so easy to follow! If you like what you see, make sure to give us a big thumbs up while you are there! 🙂

Happy Creating & Happy YouTube Thursday!
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