DIY Printable Paper Bow with Template

Free DIY paper bow template

Today I have another printable for you guys. I’m on a roll with the printables (YAY!), but there is a small DIY connected to the one that I am sharing today.

Actually, I just wanted to make the blank template, so I could use it for some of my patterned Christmas paper, and call it a day. You know the classic gift card – flat envelope, not that exciting?? It all started with me wanted to make those a little more pretty under the tree, but as I sat and designed them I just had to put on some cute neutral patterns and mix them with pastel colors.

I thought it was super cute, so I wanted to share a couple of them with you. And I think these would look super cute on any gift, or even as a decorative garland with some colorful string

Please note that the printables are for personal use only. ©

paper bow template

Diy bow template for paper

Print out on copy paper, cut out and glue it together. Simple, easy and cute 🙂

They are A4 in size – i blew them up on the mockups, for you to get a better view 🙂

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15 thoughts on “DIY Printable Paper Bow with Template

    1. Hi ?
      When you sign up for the tiny honeycomb newsletter you will get a link and a password to the library with printables 🙂
      if you haven’t recieved the welcome mail, try to check your spam/junk folder.
      If that doesn’t help you – you are welcome to write me an email, and I will send you the link and password – e-mail:

  1. Hi! I have signed up for the website and followed the directions to “click on the text below the pictures.” I’ve clicked on everything. What am I doing wrong? How can I download and print this fabulous bow template? Thanks!

    1. Hi 🙂

      Have you gotten to the page, where the actual printables are? Any link you click on the actual subscriber page, will open a template/freebie

      The printables are not located the same place as the blog post 🙂

  2. What is the best type of paper or stock pound to use. I love the samples you used at the top. It looks like card stock?

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