The girls' collection had grown so much that it was spread out between two different closets on three hair bow holders and a headband holder! In the mornings, I was running back and forth between their rooms to find just the 'right bow' to complete their outfits.
So as I embarked on the challenge of 'sprucing up their rooms' (I will share the details in another post soon)- I decided to find a better way to organize their bows and such.
Using an old frame that I had painted white, I decided to staple chicken wire to the back. And voila! A new hair accessory holder was born! :) You can find chicken wire sold on a roll at any home improvement store. We bought ours at Lowe's-- see here.
*You may remember that I have a similar frame in my craft room- so if you don't have 'hair bows' in your life. Not to worry- this project works perfectly as an inspiration board or artwork display too:)
Compared to our past hair accessory organizers, I like how big this one is-- it holds ALL of their bows, plus loose ribbons, and a ton of headbands. Having it organized by color helps simplify our mornings too.
The bows are mostly on alligator clips, so I can just slide them on and off the wire. We do have a few french clips and these are easy to snap on and off too. On the bottom, I looped their loose ribbons through and hooked on some headbands too.
Don't worry-- our headband holder hasn't been totally abandoned :) The chevron fabric is too cute not to use. So it sits out on display on the bathroom counter with a few of Afton's 'most favorite' headbands.
|$18 on Etsy- here|
Do you have a collection in your home that needs organizing?
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