Take the clay, roll it out to make a pretty thin sheet. Take the square cutter and cut out two pieces from the clay sheet. Meet opposite corners of each square to form a triangular form but squishing only in the middle. Bend slightly outwards the unsquished corners of each triangle for decorative purposes. Place the triangles facing each other with the squished corner overlapping, pressing and joining them in one single piece. Take another little piece of clay and make a small ball with it. Put this ball in the middle of the two triangles and push down lightly. The bow is finished.
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