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Tied In Knots: How to Make the Perfect Christmas Bow Would you like to give your friends and family the perfect gifts this holiday season? Of course, the perfect gift starts with the inside. The toy for the new baby or the piece of grandmaís childhood will be fun to shop for. When you have made your purchases though, the wrapping will also be an important addition to the Christmas gift. This year, why not add a personal touch, and learn how to make the perfect bow for each wonderful gift? Using your own expertise in artful taste and color and pattern coordination, you can create a truly gorgeous spread under the tree. As we got to writing on Christmas bows, we found that the time we were given to write was inadequate to write all that there is to write about Christmas! So vast are its resources. Self-praise is no praise. So we donít want to praise ourselves on the effort put in writing on Christmas bows. Instead, we would like to hear your praise after reading it! This is a systematic presentation on the uses and history of Christmas. The first step in making your own bows is to buy some ribbon that coordinates with your wrapping paper. If you find a good sale, buy all of it that looks good to you. That way you will have some to use for future birthday parties, baby showers and more Christmas celebrations. Not all ribbon will hold itself into bows. Depending on your patience level, you might want to choose ribbon that is stiff rather than not and rough rather than slippery. As you gain more experience, your options for ribbon styles will increase. When choosing ribbon, also pay attention to how they look together. You will, as already mentioned, want them to coordinate with the wrapping on your packages, but you may want more than one option for each type of wrapping so that you can experiment with the appearance of more than one color of ribbon in the same bow. If your wrapping paper is a solid color, you can also choose ribbons with patterns for a lively-looking bow. Finally, you should decide on the preferred width for the colors, styles and patterns of ribbons you have chosen. While narrow ribbon may produce more intricate bows, I recommend wider ribbon. One to one and a half inches is an easy width to work with in order to create elegant bows. Is not it wonderful that we can now access information about anything, including Christmas form the Internet without the hassle of going through books and magazines for matter! This is a dependable source of information on Christmas. All that has to be done to verify its authenticity is to read it! Delving into the interiors of Christmas has led us to all this information here on Christmas. Christmas do indeed have a lot to tell! Delving into the interiors of Christmas has led us to all this information here on Christmas. Christmas do indeed have a lot to tell! It is with much interest that we got about to write on Christmas bows. So we do hope that you too read this article with the same, if not more interest! A simple and perfect Christmas bow starts with a wrapped package and plenty of ribbon. Take enough ribbon to wrap around the entire package two and a half times. Start at the top, with the ribbon centered on the package, and wrap it to the bottom. At the bottom of the package, cross the two ends of the ribbon and wrap one around the other. Pull the ribbon tight so that it lies smoothly across the top of the package. Next, take the two ends and wrap them back up to the top of the package. If your ribbon is stiff and rough enough, tie the two ends in a simple knot. If not, hold them tightly in a knot and either staple it to the package, or hot glue it to the wrapping. What you should have now is a package, crossed with ribbon. Experiment with the placement of the cross. You may want it centered, moved more to one side or up in the corner of the gift. Next, we will make the bow. Whenever one reads any reading matter, it is vital that the person enjoys reading it. One should grasp the meaning of the matter, only then can it be considered that the reading is complete. Once you are through reading what is written here on Christmas, have you considered recollecting what has been written and writing them down? This way, you are bound to have a better understanding on Christmas. Variety is the spice of life. So we have added as much variety as possible to this matter on Christmas to make itís reading relevant, and interesting! Take an arms length of the same, or coordinating, ribbon. Start with one end and lay it over your knot on the top of the package. Fold over four inches of the ribbon one direction and then the other. You are making a pile of loops. When you have used all of the ribbon, tie the two ends that you initially wrapped the package with around the middle of the bow. Again, if the ribbon would not hold itself in a knot, use hot glue. You may trim the ends or curl them. Feel free to experiment with tying more ends to the initial knot so there is more to curl. Also, try spinning the bows loops a little bit before you tie it to add an interesting flair with different layers. Use your imagination to add colors and variations to each packages bow. Making your own Christmas bows is fun and rewarding. Choosing your materials and making original creations is an exciting process. The people you love will also appreciate the effort you put into making their gifts truly beautiful. Your gifts will be received with anticipation. Do not be surprised if you see children and adults alike walking around this years Christmas party, wearing your bows. Christmas is here to stay, and we have to learn to accept this in our lives. No thing or time will change the part Christmas play in our lives. We worked hard to come upon this respectable composition on Christmas bow. Donít let these efforts go to vain; use it wisely.

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