ballerina bow tutus

 Hi, lovelies.
I’m working on my kitchen today
(Paneling is up…yeah!)
but thought I’d sit down for a second and share a few
ballerina tutu hair bow holders that I made as Christmas gifts.
This idea is not my own, therefore, I won’t be sharing a tutorial.
They are totally inspired by one that my sister purchased on Etsy a few years ago.
I made this one for my niece using some pretty pink & green damask fabric
that my awesome friend, Stephanie sent me.
It coordinates with a pillow case and doll bedding that I made using the same fabric.
You clip the hair bows onto the satin ribbon that hangs from the bows.
I made this one for my niece, Olivia.
(You can find everything for this one at JoAnn.)
I painted a chipboard “O” with DecoArt’s Glamour Dust,
mixing a little “Ice Crystal” & “Celebration Pink” together.
(You can’t tell in the photo, but it shimmers.)
Pink and white shimmery tulle and satin ribbon match her bedroom.
And lastly, this one is for my sweet Edyn.
I used white Belgian linen for the bodice.
Oh, how I love Belgian linen.
Cutting it up for a craft of sorts was a little hard to swallow
but it was for my Edyn.
{Enough said.}
I’ll see you tomorrow night with {air your laundry friday}.
Thanks for reading!


  1. That is the most adorable thing I have ever seen. pinning and stumbling.

  2. Jodi says:

    These are beautiful, Jami!! The girls are going to love them, I am sure; what girl wouldn’t! :)

    Can’t wait to see your kitchen. They do take forever; atleast mine did too! :)

    Take care!

  3. Oh you are sooo talented! LOVE those pretty little beauties!!! And, can’t wait to see what you have in store for us in that kitchen of yours!!! Our homes are similar in layout, so it’s always nice to see your room redos! :)


  4. chris says:

    Oh, what a little girl’s dream! I’m sure they’ll be loved…and of course you get to enjoy Edyn’s. :)

  5. Megan says:


    one of the few reason I wish I had a little girl, is stuff like this!!! <3

  6. Jill Elaine says:

    Those are adorable! And it’s very sweet of you to think of those who sell them and refrain from a tutorial. AND I agree cutting up belgian linen for a craft is hard! But this one was oh so totally worth it!

  7. janet says:

    Hey Jami…makes me yearn for a grand daughter!!!

    Janet xox

  8. Kays Kids says:

    They are so lovely. I might give it a try. Although I would need to train my granddaughter to always put her clips on it..Ha Ha.

  9. summersoul says:

    Wow. those are sublime! My girls used to wear big grosgrain bows religiously. I would have loved something like this to keep track of them :)


  10. Allison says:

    Those are beautiful, Jami. So sweet and feminine!

  11. Please make more and sell them on Etsy!!

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