Adulting is hard was the alternate title for this.
However, the last couple of weeks has proved to me that despite all attempts to avoid the dreaded adulthood, it has caught up with me. Not only did I somehow get engaged I also managed to land a (nope) two new jobs, I’ve revisited my graphic design days and rediscovered how much I love publisher, I’ve somehow managed to save up a good chunk of a down payment on a house and … Stop… It can’t all be good all at once. Enter the bathroom sink of doom.
So I wash my face every morning and every night, as one should. The other night I was washing my face as usual but when I was done I heard this steady drip drip… the pipes are fine almost like new. However the basin of my sink looks like this.
(and yes that is teal paint stuck to the basin of my very old sink)
Upon further investigation it turns out the drain and tiny fractures in the basin are in fact the culprit. Soooooooooo. Of course it’s not a standard size, and of course I can’t find anything suitable, and of course the cabinet is actually nice but has a kick plate to the floor without tiling under it so if it’s removed I then have to retile (and the tile is actually kind of nice too). Looks like despite all efforts I might have a big project on my hands.
I’ll just ignore that for now and make bows. Bows always make life better.
First I’ll need some felt and hair clips.
And a template, you can find it at this website. I actually used a different one but now that I’ve found this PDF one I’m super excited to use it.
Or you can click on FeltBow … assuming I have this technology thing figured out
Then just cut the felt from the template
Sew the ends of the large pieces together.
Then sew the back to the circle through the narrow center to create the bow shape. Then just wind the tiny strip of felt around the center of the bow to cinch it and sew it tight.
(That’s not blurry at all… Sorry)
You can then secure it to a hair tie or adorn a wreath what every you would like.
Aaaaaahhhh….. yes life is back to blissful again.
4 thoughts on “There Will Be Bows”
You make bows like I make cookies. Whenever I’m in a rut for any part of life I bake! I think I should switch to your route as mine involves so much sugar!
Haha! Mine is far less caloric… However that doesn’t mean there weren’t cookies consumed, I just didn’t make them
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