Make DIY Wired Ribbon Bows

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Do you love Christmas as much as I do? I’m a HUGE fan. Celebrating Christ’s birth is the best part for me and my family, but I also love all of the good memories that I associate Christmas with.

I’m really, really excited for Christmas 2013 because this is the very first Christmas that I have a big house to decorate! We lived in our garage house for almost 7 years prior to our new house, and we could barely even fit a Christmas tree in it. This year, I’m going as crazy with festive decor as I can within our budget. And I’m starting NOW!

Make DIY Wired Ribbon Bows for Christmas!

I love big, sparkly bows at Christmas time. My mom always had red ribbon bows incorporated into her festive decor, and I always thought they were so pretty.

I found this gold & cream wired ribbon at Homesense and it was love at first sight. I made these DIY bows using this wonderful tutorial from Sweet Athena.

Make DIY Wired Ribbon Bows for Christmas!

Since my ribbon was wider than the one in the tutorial (it’s 2 1/2″), I used the following measurements:

  • main bow pieces: 24″ long
  • “tails”: 18″ long
  • middle tie: 6 1/2″ long

These bows are wonderful because they’re so simple to make, I can squish and store them  with my Christmas decor, and “re-pouf” them when I want to use them again next Christmas!

When do you start your Christmas decorating?


  1. I BET you’re having fun decorating your house this year! We can’t get a tree just yet, but I’ve been slowly finding time to hang wreaths on the doors and changing out my throws and pillow covers for more Christmas-y colours! The free Pointsettia from Superstore adds a nice touch, too. =)

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