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Red Bows for the Holiday Landscape

Decorating for Christmas and New Years Celebrations at my house is one of my favorite things to do.  I love fresh greenery and red bows in the landscape here in NW Ohio.  In this post, I share a quick how-to video and images that will get you making bows in no time.  Enjoy the photos and my video from the archive!

Red Bows for The Holiday Landscape Video

This video found on YouTube at: Creative Living with Bren Haas Channel  If you are a Subscriber to YouTube please consider following me over on that network at the link provided on my website.

Supply List For Bow Making

cat at bow making table

You will need to get a spool of red velvet ribbon and some burlap twine to make these creations for your garden.  In the video above I share with you easy steps on how to put these bows together.  Below are the supplies you will need for these landscape bows. 

  • 3 yards of Red Velvet Ribbon
  • 10 inches of garden twine ( I used burlap in the video)
  • scissors to cut ribbon and twine

Images of the Red Bows in My Landscape

tall bows in landscape

Bows are super easy to make and can be used for decorating year-round.  Carefully removing the middle tie of the bow at the end of the season can ensure the ribbon will be salvageable for many years to come.

The bows featured in this video are used in wreaths and on garland throughout my landscape during the Christmas season.

 

Enjoying the Christmas and Holiday Season?  Check out these posts on my site! 

Be sure to comment on my site to let me know what you think of all the holiday cheer! 

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These bows are super easy to make and won’t break your budget. You can find ribbon on Amazon and your local craft stores. I recommend to stock up when you see the spools of ribbon because they go quickly during the Christmas season.  A dozen large bows will cost around $1 each to make following these directions.   Please contact me if you have any questions.

Merry Christmas from my Midwest Garden Landscape,

8 thoughts on “Red Bows for the Holiday Landscape”

  1. Cheryl – I hope you come back check out the video on how to make the red bows. My youtube link didn’t work on the first try of publishing this post.

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  2. I love watching your videos. Thanks ! Our bows will never look as good as yours as we don’t have snow to make them so festive looking.

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