How to Make an Easy and Gorgeous DIY Tulle Bow (for a Wedding)

When you find yourself needing and easy DIY tulle bow, this is it! It doesn’t get any easier than this one. Almost like a pom pom, this DIY bow is the cutest little poof shape! Once you start making these tulle bows, you can’t stop.  They’re so much fun anyone can make one.  Try if for yourself… DIY Tulle Bow Pin >>>BE SURE TO PIN THIS FOR LATER!<<<

Supplies for DIY Tulle Bow



Step by Step Instructions for DIY Tulle Bow

These tulle bows are so easy to make that you will be making them in no time and year round for all kinds of occasions; weddings, gifts, flower arrangements, and yes, even just for fun! LOL

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Step One

Put the tulle between your thumb and your hand as shown in the picture.


Step Two

Wrap around the width of your fingers several times.  About 15-20 make a  small to medium bow.  The number of times you wrap it around will determine how thick or full your tulle bow will be.

Step Three

Cut your tulle. Then cut a second, separate piece of tulle about the length of your hand and thread this underneath your bundle that is on your fingers and tie a knot to secure your bundle as in the picture.


It super easy! You’ve got this, I promise!


Step Four

Using your fabric scissors, cut the tulle up the middle of the circular bundle as shown.


Step Five

Take the bundle into your hands like you would a bouquet of flowers as shown in this picture.


Step Six

Trim the top of your tulle bow until you reach your desired size of tulle bow.


It should look like a “poof” when finished as shown. Isn’t it so cute?


Step Seven

Optionally, you can add embellishments like pinning on a vintage brooch or hot gluing on rhinestone bling as shown.


viola!  An easy tulle bow for multiple uses!


This DIY Bow really has that “WOW” factor don’t you think?


I’m in love with the look of this super easy DIY tulle bow.  So versatile and great for tons of projects.  It’s definitely right up there with my all-time go-to SIGNATURE DIY MESSY BOW!

DIY Tulle Bow

Isn’t she lovely? I’m showing it here in a flower arrangement, but the possibilities for this easy bow are endless!

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  1. I love how classy these bows are! I’m going to add them to a lampshade!

  2. Love how easy this is and so pretty!

  3. I’m in love with all of your projects!

    1. southerncrush says:

      Awe! Thank you so much!

      1. Wanda walton HollowellWanda says:

        Oh my, this is so cute. I’m so bad at making bows, but I think I could do this. Thanks so much!!

  4. Melanie S says:

    Such a cute bow! I can see it on my crafts and on gift packages! Thanks for sharing! Can’t wait to go thrifting for vintage bling!!

  5. Melanie S says:

    I can see this bow on my crafts and on gift packages! So cute!! Thanks for sharing! Can’t wait to go thrifting for vintage bling!!

  6. Love these! Gonna try them!

  7. Another great video I’m going to try. Thanks for sharing

  8. Lisa Hill-Oster says:

    Love this! So pretty and easy!

  9. I like watching your videos

  10. I didn’t have enough tulle to tie the bow. So I used a little curling ribbon. Added a nice touch with the curls! Thanks for posting this!

    1. southerncrush says:

      way to go! so creative!

  11. Lea Billingsley says:

    What a great idea making gift bags for wedding shower gifts and adding these tulle bows and some bling from a bag of jewelry purchased at an auction. cutest idea ever!!

    1. southerncrush says:

      WOW!~Thank you so much!

  12. Michelle Bukrke says:

    I love the simplicity of these. Even for teenagers to do.
    We’re having a baby shower the Sunday after Easter. I see the gift table with these. ( as long as my granddaughters get them done.)

    1. southerncrush says:

      Oh my goodness! How exciting! These will be perfect!

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