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How To Make a Korker Bow

This video will teach you how to make the cute korker bows you find at boutiques.  It is not difficult and the results are adorable.  After watching the video, The key facts you need to rmember to start making the bows are : ¼ inch dowel rods.  3/8 inch ribbon, bake at 250 for 20 minutes and make 30 pieces of 3inch cut ribbon.  Thanks for watching!



Blog post by: Leah Farrar-White

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  1. Marie O

    I must try these!! Now I am off to find a lil girl who would want it!!! I don't think my son would appreciate having a bow on his head! 🙂

  2. Connie L. Riley

    Leah, I'veI always wondered how these bows were made!  Thanks for the great tutorial and for filling in my crafting knowledge gap!

  3. Nikki C

    Love these so beautiful and now I make any colour

  4. Sue D

    Very cute–never knew these ribbons were put in the oven to set the curl.

  5. Kim H

    wow thank you so much for the video and info. will have to try this for the holidays.

  6. Virginia Fynes

    Super fun!

  7. Kristie Maynard

    So easy!  There are so many ways that you could used these curled ribbons.  Thanks for sharing!

  8. Renee VanEpps

    Wow, never would have thought to bake the ribbon!! Great video, tfs!

  9. Charlene

    Look at all those happy colors!  Super tutorial!!

  10. Nicole Martel

    Wow, they looks so pretty and festive 🙂


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