Bowdabra is Magic

Over the past year I have experience things that I never thought I would experienced. It has been fun and a huge learning experience, but Carly Jo has entered the sport of Competitive Cheer-leading! Let me tell you it’s not like anything else! One thing that she has fallen in love with is Bows! This post is a sponsored post, but all opinions, stories, and my experience are all personal and true (like always)!

About:

Stop spending money on those adorable hair bows when you can make them yourself.  No need to sew or glue, you can make beautiful boutique style hair bows in minutes with the Mini Bowdabra Hair Bow Tool and Ruler.

The Bowdabra Hair Bow Tool and Ruler fits easily over your existing Mini Bowdabra, allowing you to measure each of your bow loops perfectly and make multiple bows that are the same size, every time. Hair bow makers love this tool, but it’s also great for baby bows, boutique bows, pet bows, corsages, favor boxes, small gift bows and more.

Each kit includes:

  • The Bowdabra Hair Bow tool and ruler (Dual-sided Bowdabra hair bow measuring tool and ruler)
  • 10 yards of Bowdabra Bow Wire.
  • One Instructional CD that includes interactive software with step by step picture instructions on how to make 70 different hair bows.
  • FREE 1 Year VIP Membership worth over $119.40 (monthly cost of $9.99 per month – yours Free for one year.)
These bows were done by Carly Jo.

Your Membership also includes:

  • Access to exclusive tutorials and exclusive video posts

  • 4 Free e-books worth over $88.96

  • More members only surprises!

  

My Thoughts:

Bowdabra makes my life a thousand and one percent easier! I can make several different style of bows with several different design of ribbons. The option is endless! Plus, it’s super easy!!! Easy enough a 6 Year Old can do it! Carly Jo was sick and missed school one day. She was super bummed because it was art class day! That’s when I got the clever idea…lets make bows! I made one to show her how and then she made the other one. Completely on her own! (I did help her hot glue.) Than the following weekend my oldest daughter had a sleepover, so as a fun activities we made bows again! It has become a hobby for my girls and I. It’s something we can do together and it’s something they can use! Honestly lets face it a cheerleader can never have enough bows!

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