You know the other day I got a lovely email from a Diane Noble and here is what she had to say:
"Oh, my goodness! I just received your marvelous Magic Bow Maker and I LOVE it. A perfect bow the first time. Thanks for a great product and such fast mailing. AND...I love this adorable card. Your work is fantastic and I'll be here often”. Now how sweet is that and if that weren’t enough Diane sent me pictures of her before and after bows…..and here they are…..
Diane says: “A second problem I encountered with my method was a loose knot. To tighten it, I'd pinch the loops and tug on them to tighten the knot. And of course, you know what that did. Exactly! Right again...it squished my bow to make sharply creased tabs instead of a pretty bow”.
Now, look at the difference using Lee's Magic Bow Maker! This is my FIRST bow using it. My other tries are even better. I am one happy bow maker!!!
What a vast improvement! Even, fluffy loops...I never had to touch them! Look at that gorgeous knot...no slipping here.
For this particular card, I left the tails of the bow a little longer, so I could tie the bow then tuck the ribbon ends under the layer of patterned paper.
Using that method, you don't have any tails. I'll show you my next bow in another post, but it's a free standing bow and the tails neatly appear from under the back of the bow...perfect!blog and see her. Tell her Lee sent you.
Now don’t you agree…..Don’t you think Stamper’s are just the best people? I do!!!! Seems Diane and I have a lot in common and now we are friends….all through this wonderful art called Stamping….especially with Stampin’ Up! what else!!
For those of you that don’t know….my bow maker is available for purchase on my right side bar.
Thanks for stopping in. I hope you enjoyed Diane's creation!! I know I did.