The bow business is slow. So I thought I'd share a fun little tidbit to help keep the bows you have from sliding out of your little one's hair. I saw this type of grip on someone else's bow and had a big "duh" moment when i figured out what it was. There are a couple different "bow grips" on the market, the most popular kind is about $4 for a pack of 24. I am cheap and this method will give you a good grip for the rest of your child's bow-wearing life for as low as $1.
Interested? Gather up these materials.
All you need is a glue gun, glue sticks, scissors, a bow (or 50), and some non-slip shelf liner. I was on a random craft trip to the Dollar Tree and happened upon this roll for $1. One roll will do a TON of bows. You can also find it at Walmart for about $3-$4.
Cut out a little rectangle the same size as the underneath side of the bow clip.
Put a bit of hot glue on the clip part and attach the "grippy". Hold the clip open for a couple seconds so it doesn't stick together.
Insert bow in baby's hair :)
Then grab the rest of your bows. This is not even the HALF of it for me!
I know this was really complicated, so feel free to ask questions :) Haha! Have fun and don't hot glue your fingers to the bow!