After folding several bow ties following this diagram by David Petty, I tried adding bents and twists until I couldn’t think of anymore possibilities.
For the green bow above, 2 stripes (made before step 5 from abovementioned diagram) of different sizes were stacked together before continuing. The pink bow below it was made by making the bow ends narrower (by folding in the sides) before slipping them into the middle pouch.
I tried to make the next bow above a little rounder especially at the centre, hoping to mimic Hello Kitty’s. The bow below saw a little raised pillow formed when I resisted in flattening that middle region.
I wanted to attach the bows onto paperclips but found that they could tear easily, so I might just save them as gift toppers instead.
Love all the papers you used :)
These are fantastic!! I have to do them! :)
Thank you for sharing!
There are sooo pretty.. And you are the origami queen, Clara ;o) ((HUGS))
Awe, what an amazing tutorial! I shall try it soon.
Hope you’re having a great day! ;D
From hello bunny
This is so cute! I want to try making these bows. Thanks for the tutorial
From Hello Sandwich
THESE ARE SOOOOOO ADORABLE!!!!!!!!!
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That was so cute ! I would try this !
SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ! CUTE ♥♥♥
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