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Old 05-16-2010, 07:58
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Ok so i have had three shows in my home down now one trade show and two weeks at the farmers market. And at all three i sold next to no bows bigger then 2". My 2" bows fly off the shelve and i sell maybe 3 2.5" bows in a show. So here is my question i need some more ideas on tenny tiny bows. right now this is all i really have is these with a few diff colors added

So does any one have any ideas on tenny tiny bows that are around 2"
I was thinking maybe just the twister bow on a clip and thats all i have for ideas.
help please
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Old 05-16-2010, 08:26
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yeah baby bows would be a good idea. without the spikes. or try adding embellishments like small buttons to the middle of your bows. like flowers, hearts or stars.

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yeah baby bows would be a good idea. without the spikes. or try adding embellishments like small buttons to the middle of your bows. like flowers, hearts or stars.

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I havent done any embellishment bows how do you do that do you just wrap the ribbon around the bow and not knot it and then glue the embelishment on?
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I havent done any embellishment bows how do you do that do you just wrap the ribbon around the bow and not knot it and then glue the embelishment on?


yup exactly! if you add a button just cut off the loop part with nail clippers and hot glue to the center.
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Old 05-17-2010, 02:17
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I LOVE your teeny bows...they are so cute! Do you use 5/8" or 7/8" ribbon? My daughter just had a baby girl yesterday (6lbs, 4oz), and this size would be perfect for some lace headbands I made for her. I don't know if I could wrap the ribbon that tiny, though...lol. I was originally going to use 1/5" Double ruffle ribbon, but I think the ribbon might be too large for her tiny head until she grows a little more. Thanks for sharing your picture of your bows.
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to give you some more ideas, here i some that i've done! HIHs!
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Cute nice colors
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to give you some more ideas, here i some that i've done! HIHs!
I REALLY like the first 2 and the last 2!
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Default Re: teeny tiny bows

these are all so cute! I definitely need to try and make some. I can't do stacked bows to save my life, but these look pretty straight forward...

forgot to ask you guys if you would mine telling me what you charge for those bows? I know its subject to area, just curious...

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to give you some more ideas, here i some that i've done! HIHs!
Do you have a shop? What do you charge? The ones with the tiny rosettes are to die for. I gotta have some for my dd.
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