DIY baby headband holder is cute and easy

hanging my work of art

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV) — It’s a girl! These three little words add up to a closet full of pink outfits, fluffy tutus and piles of hair bows and headbands.  So what do you do with all of those giant flower clips and pink little bows?  Mine sat in a giant growing heap on my daughter’s dressers for a long time until I finally decided to roll up my sleeves and get creative.

This project was so simple I had to share my step-by-step guide with all of my mom friends. I think this project would make a great gift too for a baby-to-be.

DIY headband holder tutorial

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Supplies you will need:

— Large picture frame

— Paint & brush

— Staple Gun

— Spool of wide ribbon

— Scissors

Step 1: Remove the glass and backing from a large picture frame.  Paint the frame to compliment your decor.

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Paint an old picture frame to coordinate with your decor.

Step 2: Measure and cut ribbon to fit across the inside of the frame, leaving enough room on each end to staple.  Repeat to make two rows.

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Measuring ribbon.

Step 3: Staple the ribbon to tightly fit on the inside of frame, then trim ends.

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Stapling the ribbon

Step 4: Flip the frame over to make sure your ribbon is tight, secure & straight.

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Checking the ribbon to make sure it’s secure.

Step 5: Attach hair bows, headbands and clips.

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Step 6: Hang on wall to display all of your cute treasures.

straightening the bows
Straightening the bows

Step 8: Marvel at your hard work and creativity

hanging my work of art
hanging my work of art

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