Layered Lace Hair Bow, YouTube Thursday

Welcome to YouTube Thursday, the day we celebrate cute crafts video tutorial style!

Layered Lace Hair Bow, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
It is sometimes said that “diamonds are a girls best friend,” but I think it is also just as fitting to say that lace could definitely make an honest run at a girl’s new best friend…wouldn’t you agree? Move over diamonds the lace is movin’ in!
Maybe lace isn’t your best friend, but I bet your little sweetheart would say that she is sure fond of it when it is made into a gorgeous and eye catching bow to match her favorite outfit. And today, she is really going to LOVE it because our video tutorial is all about lovely lace that is paired with a stunning piece of ribbon to create a gorgeous Lace and Ribbon Hair Bow. I can hardly wait for you to see this fun video and how taking a simple piece of of lace and laying it on top of a piece of ribbon can turn into a hair accessory that is sure to be your little one’s new favorite bow and quite possible become your brand new best friend! LOL!

Are you ready to make one or two, or possibly a dozen of these fabulous bows? Let’s get started.


Satin Ribbon (same width as lace)
Lined Clip
Needle and Thread
Hot Glue Gun

Black Flora Lace Pink Satin
Lace Button
Enjoy learning how to make a Lace and Ribbon Hair Bow!

What do you think about lace now? Do you have a new bestie? Hehe!
Isn’t that such a fun little lace hair bow? I love that ribbon and lace combination! I love how easy it is to make and all of the different looks you could achieve with pairing different pieces of lace and ribbon together!

Video tutorials are some of my favorite tools to use to learn how to create incredible and professional looking hair accessories. I so appreciate the option of starting and stopping the video as many times as necessary until I have the technique down perfectly! Shirley always does such a wonderful job providing clear and concise instructions that are easy and fun to follow! The Ribbon Retreat YouTube Channel is bursting at the seams with excellent video tutorials just like today’s video that you are sure to fall in love with. If you haven’t checked out our channel before, you can find it and ALL of our bow-tiful videos right HERE in one convenient location! Here is a quick sneak peek of a few of the great videos you will find on our channel…

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Thank you for joining us for another fun filled YouTube Thursday! We have an absolute blast every Thursday crafting video style and can’t wait to see you back here next week for another innovative and fabulous video tutorial.
But, don’t forget to come and party with us the rest of the week where we are constantly sharing brand new, creative and ribbon-rific tutorials. It is all parties and fun here and you are always the guest of honor! See you tomorrow!

Happy Creating & Happy YouTube Thursdays!
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  1. Pat C.
    Posted May 26, 2015 at 11:47 am | Permalink

    What a gorgeous bow… the lace and satin ribbon look so pretty together! Thank you, Shirley, for giving us a brand-new bow style to fall in love with! xoxo

    P.S. For the record, Michelle, lace has *always* been my bestie! hehehe

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted May 29, 2015 at 11:36 am | Permalink

      Hi Pat! Hehehehe…I have always loved lace too! I am so glad you love this sweet bow! Have a wonderful day and thank you for your comment! Michelle 🙂

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