A bow is a great fashion statement that can take your outfit to the next level, and the best part is that there are so many kinds of bows that you can make yourself in no time at all. Next time you're feeling crafty, try some of these bow ideas.

Colorful Loop Bow
Colorful Loop Bow
This is an adorable bow that can be created in a variety of colors. All you will need is a few sections of ribbon in different sizes, something for the center, a hot glue gun, and a clip. Form the various sections of ribbon into loops and then attach them together.
Ribbon Flower
Ribbon Flower
This is another type of ribbon bow that is created to resemble a flower. The middle of the bow can have character pins, buttons, or anything else that looks appealing. You can easily use red and green ribbons to create something for the holidays.
No-Slip Baby Bows
No-Slip Baby Bows
Making bows that do not slip can be done for any little girl with really fine hair. A no-slip liner will be used to keep the bow in place. No-slip liners are often used in kitchen cupboards or shelves.
Yarn Bow
Yarn Bow
Any type of yarn can be used to make your own bow. There are many ways this bow can be made. The easiest option is to wind a piece of yarn around a finger and then ties the ends together.
Petal Flower Bow
Petal Flower Bow
A cute bow with five petals can easily be made using fabrics or yarn. The main thing to do is cut a piece of yarn or fabric to round the ends. All you need to do is sew the pieces together.
DIsney Princess Bow
DIsney Princess Bow
Any little girl's favorite Disney princess can be made into a bow. The materials you need will include a hot glue gun, pieces of ribbon, and a clip or barrette. These are a great ideas for a birthday party.
Loopy Ribbon Bow
Loopy Ribbon Bow
Anyone can create a simple loopy ribbon bow using narrow ribbon in various colors. You only need to loop pieces of ribbon together and then tie together to secure. The ribbon then needs to be attached to a clip.
Pom Pom Bow
Pom Pom Bow
This type of bow will require pieces of ribbon, felt, ric-rac ribbon, and a few other items. Use a variety of colors to create pom poms in different designs.
Crocheted Bow
Crocheted Bow
Anyone who knows how to crochet can create a simple bow. The best thing about these bows is all the color options that are available.
Snowman Bow
Snowman Bow
The use of white ribbon and other accent colors is needed to create a snowman bow. You can use black or brown ribbon for boots and a hat.
Butterfly Bow
Butterfly Bow
The warm weather that comes with spring is a great time to have girls wear a butterfly bow. These may be made in various colors and are a simple project to complete.
No Sew Fabric Bow
No Sew Fabric Bow
Anyone who is not skilled at sewing can create a simple fabric bow. The use of hot glue is all you need to secure all the pieces together.
Twisted Hair Bow
Twisted Hair Bow
Twisting and tying pieces of colored ribbon is able to create a variety of hair bow designs. One thing to keep in mind is the color options you want to use.
Felt Bow
Felt Bow
Bows for the hair can be made from all types of materials, such as felt. This material is inexpensive for this type of project and can easily be attached to a ponytail holder or a barrette.
Fabric Bow
Fabric Bow
Anyone with a sewing machine can create a simple fabric bow. Any color fabric can be used for a bow and only needs to be sewed at the center of the material.
Traditional Bow
Traditional Bow
Traditional loopy bows can be made in various sizes. All you need is different sizes of ribbon to tie the size of bow that is desired.
Button Bow
Button Bow
Any type of button that is attached to wide ribbon will create a simple button bow. Loop the two ends of a cut piece of ribbon and attach any type of button.
Scrap Fabric Bow
Scrap Fabric Bow
Any strip of scrap fabric can be cut and shaped into a basic hair how. Form the fabric into a square and then tie off the center to create the basic look.

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