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Old 02-04-2010, 11:55
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When I started I used single prong alligator clips that I got at Hobby Lobby and also berrettes that I got there too.

Than I bought some double prong alligator clips at Sallys but they were expensive since they didnt have the 100 pack so I just got them to try.

I saw some on ebay and on Etsy too.
Which ones do you think are better??
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sallys beauty supply. If you have a sally card then they are cheaper.
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I order mine from RABOM:I use the single prong when I'm attaching bows to woven and wrapped headbands so the bows slide on and off the headband easily. I use double prong for everything else that I make in advance, except for my 1.5" and 2" itty bitty bows I use the single prong. But, when someone orders something I ask them their preference.
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I order mine from RABOM:I use the single prong when I'm attaching bows to woven and wrapped headbands so the bows slide on and off the headband easily. I use double prong for everything else that I make in advance, except for my 1.5" and 2" itty bitty bows I use the single prong. But, when someone orders something I ask them their preference.
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Which ones do you think are better??
Depends on what bows you will be making. I like the single alligator clips for simple, small boutique bows, I use the double prong clips for bigger bows like the tuxedo bows, I use the berrettes for korker and bigger bows.
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Depends on what bows you will be making. I like the single alligator clips for simple, small boutique bows, I use the double prong clips for bigger bows like the tuxedo bows, I use the berrettes for korker and bigger bows.
ok thanks so much!!!
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I just found a coupon actually for Sally $10 off $60. Here is the blog about it

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Where does everyone get the ones with the teeth from?
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I agree. If you are just starting out you should go to www.ribbonsandbowsohmy.com It's a great place to get clips, and fun ribbon. They usually have sales too Good luck with your bow making adventure!
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I agree. If you are just starting out you should go to www.ribbonsandbowsohmy.com It's a great place to get clips, and fun ribbon. They usually have sales too Good luck with your bow making adventure!
Thanks I went to Hobby Lobby and Sallys today! They were having a sale on ribbon at HL and I got the double prong clips at Sally's for the same price as that site, but I didn't have to pay shipping!!
Wish me luck.. I got all that ribbon to practice and mass produce!!
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