Tulle (This comes on our website on 6"X25' rolls for $2.25 each!)3/8 Grosgrain Ribbon for center (I probably used less than 2") Lined Alligator Clips (these are available on our website in double or single prong in lots of colors) String Small cardboard piece (This one is 5.5" long and about 3.5" wide--the width doesn't really matter.) Scissors Glue Gun and Glue Stick (not shown) Directions: Start by taking your tulle and wrapping it lengthwise around the cardboard. I wrapped mine all the way around 10 times. But I think may be a couple less might have been better :( When you feel like you have enough tulle on there, cut both ends straight down the width of the tulle giving you a stack of squarish looking tulle pieces. Start fluffing out your tulle til you like the way it looks. Trim it up on each side if you have pieces that are sticking out or too long. Now, to finish off this cuteness, glue a small piece of your grosgrain ribbon around the center of your bow to hide the string and just look cute. You can do this before you attach your clip or after. I find that if you do it after, it helps the clip stay in fine hair a little bit better.
Voila--you have a fun and easy cute hair bow! You can attach it to a baby headband, crochet headband, or just straight into the hair! You could even attach glue it straight onto a tutu to add some more colors to the tutu.