for national stationery week, i have been doing paper/stationery related posts. here’s todays contribution, a quick and easy cute paper bow tutorial. takes only a few minutes and could be used for many things such as on presents, hair accessories (use felt or stiffened fabric) or you could make a huge one and put it on your wall. those are just a few ideas though. let your imagination go wild!
as always with my tutorial posts, there’s a free wallpaper too. who doesn’t love free things? but read first, won’t you? it’s super quick, promise!
you will need:
» any piece of paper, card, or stiffened fabric
» scissors or craft knife to cut
» glue stick, double sided sticky tape or pva
» this pdf
using the pdf (which you can either print, trace or just use as a guide) cut out the three shapes. you can make the whole thing as big or small as you want.
pull around the ends of the biggest piece until they meet in the middle, then put a blob of glue to keep it in place. it should look like this when glued:
stick the bit you’ve just made onto the smaller bow shape, then wrap around the smaller piece for the ‘knot’ and glue that at the back.
and you’re done! wasn’t that easy?
you could use them for popping on top of a present, a hair accessory (just pop a blob of superglue on a crocodile clip and put the bow on) or make a bigger version. or put one on your cat when she’s sleeping because it looks adorable.
you can download the desktop wallpaper by right clicking here, select ‘save link as’ …and the phone wallpaper, here. enjoy!
another post for stationery week!
i thought for today i’d show you some favourites for writing notes, lists and doodles. i also have some notebooks and cards in my shop if that’s your cup of tea. mm, tea. on thursday i’ll focus on cards, so you can get your letter writing on! much nicer than an email, don’t you think?
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this has by far been the hardest post so far to source things for. i know there are a bountiful amount of silver things in the world, but i found it had to find things that i really genuinely liked. and as much as i love jewellery, i wanted to challenge myself a bit and find other lovely silver things. there were some other things i found that aren’t included, but that’s because the quality of the pictures wasn’t very good, or wasn’t really fitting. i’m sure at some point i’ll show you these things anyway.
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did you know it’s national stationery week? do you love stationery? i most definitely do.
if you have any favourite stationery shops, let me know in the comments so i can check them out!
something arrived in the post this morning from my ever favourite present & correct, what perfect timing! so i thought it would be nice to share some of the lovely bits with you. also, over the week there will be a couple more stationery and paper related posts and hopefully a diy/tutorial post.