Learn To Make Absolutely PERFECT Bows With Just A Fork!
If you ever wanted to make a cute bow without having attended the great school of bow-making, here you go!
Any standard metal fork is the tool you’ll need to perfect your decorations.
Run the ribbon up and down the spoke. Remember to leave a generous amount of ribbon and snip, it’s better for your ribbons to bee too long than too short. You can always trim the excess later.
Step 2: Use a seperate piece of ribbon, preferably a different color, and slide it down the middle of the fork. Take all four loose ends and tie them together. Tie the new middle strand together, with the ribbon’s ends facing downward. This wont be a tight knot, make sure it’s somewhat loose. Using the original ribbon, tie it tightly angling the ends downward.
Once done with that, slide your ribbon off of the fork. Snip the four long strands of ribbon hanging off of your bow. Cut the ends in a diagonal way to make the ends seem like your typical pretty bow.