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How to Make a Zebra Patterned Cheer Bow

Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s weekly DIY web series.

In this episode we will make a black and white hair bow featuring zebra-patterned grosgrain, some solid black 3 inch grosgrain, and a hair clip to tie it in place. A bit of jewel ribbon adds the flair it needs to double as a cheer bow.

Hair bow supplies
Here are the the supplies that will be used to make the hair bow.
Finshed cheer bow and grosgrain ribbon
A side view of the finished cheer bow next to the grosgrain ribbons used.
Another view of the cheer bow.
Another view of the hair bow wrapped in a bejeweled piece of grosgrain ribbon.

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transcript:
• Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s weekly DIY webseries.
• This week we’re going to make another lovely hair bow that can double as a cheer bow.
• We’re going to use some 3 inch solid black grosgrain ribbon and some black and white 2 and a quarter inch grosgrain ribbon with a zebra pattern for the bow’s body.
• A bit of jewel ribbon will help add flair to the bow.
• We’ll start by putting two lines of hot glue to the solid grosgrain ribbon.
• We then take the zebra-patterned grosgrain and place it on top, pressing it in place.
• Once set, we turn each end of the ribbon in so that it forms a loop as shown, gluing it together.
• Now, like last time, we simply scrunch together the center and tie it in place with a bit of 1/8″ double faced satin ribbon, cutting the excess.
• Next, we cut two lines of jewel ribbon as shown, and place two lines of hot glue on each edge of a bit of solid black grosgrain ribbon.
• We then press the lines of jewels onto each edge, letting them set in place.
• Once complete, we put some more hot glue on the center of the bow and then roll the bejeweled grosgrain around the center, finishing off with some more hot glue.
• Finally, we put a bunch of glue on the back and press the hair clip in place as shown.
• And there you have it!
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• See you next time!

How to Make a Red & White Cheer Bow

Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s weekly DIY web series.

Today we’ll be making a cheer bow using a 3″ red grosgrain ribbon and 2-1/4″ red & white grosgrain mono stripes ribbon. We’ll also be using a strip of silver jewel ribbon to wrap around the center of the bow.

This is how the bow should look like right after it's been folded.
This is how the bow should look like right after it’s been folded.
Here's the finished cheer bow in front of the grosgrain ribbons used in this video.
Here’s the finished cheer bow in front of the grosgrain ribbons used in this video.

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• Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s weekly DIY webseries.
• This week we have a quick video on how to make a cheer bow.
• We’ll be using some 3 inch solid red grosgrain and 2 and a quarter inch red & white grosgrain mono stripes ribbon.
• We’ll also make use of a hot glue gun, scissors, 1/8 inch double faced satin ribbon, hair clip and a bit of silver jewel ribbon.
• We start by cutting 18 inch pieces of the grosgrain ribbons.
• We put some hot glue on the striped grosgrain in two lines as shown and press it against the solid grosgrain ribbon.
• Once joined, we fold the ribbon as shown and scrunch together the center to give it the correct look.
• We then string some of the 1/8 inch satin ribbon around it, knotting it in place and cutting the excess.
• We can now take a small strip of jewel ribbon and cut out to three rows of jewels.
• This will wrap around the center of the bow with the help of some more hot glue.
• Finally we take a hair clip and glue it to the opposite side of the cheer bow.
• And there you have it!
• If you liked this episode then please like, share and subscribe to our channel.
• And check out the description below for links to products shown in this video.
• See you next time!