My friend, Mandy and I are guest bar tending this Saturday, March 31st at The Ole Smokehouse in Madrid to benefit Relay for Life. The event starts at noon with different bar tenders every hour. It is a lot of fun, teams dress up and have themes and its for a great cause so if you can, stop by and check it out. Mandy and I are the last ones from 5 – 6.
Inspired by the challenge I created these Jack Daniel’s Bow Headbands made from the box that the 4-pack comes in! I tried to use the Jack Daniels Aluminum bottles but they are just to thick to be bent into a bow.
Anyways this could be done with any cardboard or soda can box, such as Coca-cola or food boxes. You easily could cover the box with scrap book paper for a pretty design as well.
So here they are:
Cardboard boxes with design you like
Headband (I was lucky I found some at walmart on clearance, 5 for $1)
Step 1: Cut a section of the box apart with the design you want on the front of the bow is in the center and double the size of the bow you want. Ex. If you want a 3″ bow make sure you have 6″ to work with.
Step 2: Cut a strip the width you want your bow. Make sure again the design you want on the front f your bow is centered.
Step 3: Gently fold over the two ends, centering your design on the front of the bow. You DO NOT want to put creases in the ends or your bow will be flat! You can put a dot of glue on the back to hold this as well, but its not necessary.
Step 4: Cut a strip long enough to wrap around your bow to make the center portion. Again make sure the design you want to appear on top is centered. In this case we want to see the words “Old No. 7”.
Step 5: Fold small strip cut in step 5 over the bow and secure with glue and hold tightly with clothespin until dry.
Step 6: Once it is dry, glue it to the desired location on the headband and hold with clothespin until dry. I normally try to glue mine a little to the side.