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34 Fabulous Hair Bow and Flower Tutorials

Is your little girl a bow head?  Confession. My daughter is. She’s 8 now, but from the first hour of her life – I always had a bow or headband on her head. My husband would always laugh and say she isn’t a present.

If you ever have shopped for a bow in retail, you know the crazy prices the boutiques charge. $8 for a bow is ridiculous. Now that my Pinterest addiction has me crafting daily, I decided to see what was out there in regards to DIY hair bows. WOW. Not only did I find adorable bows and flowers – most of these cost under $1 to make!

If your baby has little to no hair, these bows and flowers can be slipped on to headbands or hats. Then, when your daughter is older – you can just use on her hair.

Don’t have a baby girl? No problem. These bows would make great gifts. Some of these you could totally dress up your look with.

Be sure to check out the holiday bows for Thanksgiving and Christmas!

34Fabulous Hair Bow & Flower Tutorials 

Hair Bow with a Button 1 of 34
Splendid Hair Bow 2 of 34
Darling Ribbon Flowers 4 of 34
Gobble Gobble Turkey Hair Bow 5 of 34
It's a Turkey Hair Bow 6 of 34
Flower Head Clip 7 of 34
Simple and Sweet Hair Bow 8 of 34
Spiral Hair Bow 10 of 34
Petite Yarn Hair Bow 12 of 34
Standard Hair Bow 13 of 34
Five Petal Flowers 15 of 34
Ribbon Princess Hair Bows 17 of 34
Pom Pom Hair Clip 19 of 34
Twisted Boutique Bow 21 of 34
Fabric Flower for Your Hair 24 of 34
Cupcake Ribbon Bow 25 of 34
Ribbon Butterfly Bow 27 of 34
Crocheted Hair Bow 29 of 34
Snowman Hair Bow 30 of 34
No Sew Rolled Fabric Flower 33 of 34
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Molly blogs about them kids and technology for kids and moms. Follow her on Twitter @DigitalMolly.


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