Growing up, bows were a staple in our house. Every Christmas my mom would go crazy decorating inside. It was the only holiday she decorated for in fact. As I have mentioned before on the wreath post, they never decorated outside, only inside.
My mom has two major Christmas items she loves, Santa and bows. Anywhere she can put a bow, she will puut on and we had a whole house full of different Santa's. Even the presents had a bow, each one different but the same. You know the ones, you peel the back to expose the tape and then stick them on the gift? Bows are one and done right? Maybe not, keep reading to find out about these amazing reusable, pull bows.
I have honestly, never heard of pull bows before. This was a new concept for me and as always my anxiety fluttered wondering whether or not I would be able to make the bows, once I got them. My fears were definitely not helped when I opened the packages.
Inside, were 12 little individually wrapped flat packages. Every design is different and beautiful. Upon pulling it out, I started freaking out a little more. Once I pulled it out, it dropped open and I was able to see two strings coming out one end.
Mind you, these things didn't come with instructions, so you simply have to figure it out on your own. Anyway, back to the bows, I held it up by the ribbon strings in one hand and with the other, I pushed gently to the bottom of the string, until it formed a bow.
This has to be the coolest bows I have ever used, or seen. Oncce you get them together, tie them around the package and you are ready to go. Once the gift gets open, grab your bow, flatten it back out and store it for next year.
These bows take seconds to do and you aren't throwing them away like normal present bows, which saves you money in the long run. Plus, the quality is amazing and the bows really are beautiful. I had to share them with my mom and you should get some and share them with yours!
Thank you so much for reading everyone, I appreciate you all, especially in this holiday season. I really want to know what your focal points are in Christmas decorating. Do you DIY your decor or buy it new? PLease let me know below.
I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.