Collect tulle and a glue gun & copy this DIY clothing

This DIY hair bow is easy, cute and childlike. They can be made for a child or for a woman. They are whimsical and adorable on the pony tails of a child. They can look ironic on a woman. With the rise of DC Comics character Harley Quinn however, the powerful "girl-woman look" is in.
What could be more fun than a pom-pom? Coordinate colors to support your outfits, seasons or sports teams. For more fun, you can add some charms in with the pom-poms, or tie on a long ribbon to cascade down with the hair.
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Materials
- tulle, 5" in width
- Ssewing shears
- mini pom poms, 10 per hair bow, multiple colors, 0.19" (5 mm), 80 pom poms and 0.5" (12.7mm), 65 pom poms
- pin with large head
- embroidery floss, about 10”
- velvet ribbon, 3/8”
- wrapped rubber hair band, Scrunci or another brand
- glue gun
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Instructions
1. On a smooth work surface roll out and smooth tulle.
2. Cut the tulle at about 5 inches long.
3. Order two groups of five pom-poms on either side of the center of the tulle piece.
4. Arrange the poms into two poms next to three poms.
5. Fold the tulle piece up and over the grouping from the bottom edge.
6. Fold the tulle piece down and over the grouping from the upper edge.
7. The tulle will be doubled on top of the pom-poms.
8. Fold the tulle piece in from each edge, be sure to allow about two fingers worth of distance between the groups of pom-poms.
9. Secure the center with the pin. It now resembles a bow.
10. Cut a length of embroidery floss about 10 inches long.
11. Wrap the embroidery floss many times around the center of the bow.
12. Tie off the ends. Cut the ends short.
13. Cut about 3 inches of the velvet ribbon.
14. Wrap the velvet ribbon around both a side of the hair band and the middle of the bow. Cinch them tightly together.
15. Using the glue gun, glue the ends of the velvet ribbon to close the union of the hair band and the hair bow.
16. Allow to cool and wrap onto pony tail!
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