DIY Bow and Headband Organizer

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MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

Hello!  I am so happy to be back over at Reasons to Skip the Housework to share a very fun and functional bow and headband organizer for all of you moms of girls out there!   For those of you that don’t know me already, I am Tasha from Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body where I blog about DIY renovations, crafts, organization, cleaning and other household tips.  You may have seen some of my work on Pinterest, including my twin girls “big girl” room, where this hair accessory organizer now lives.  You may have also seen some of my other projects from their room, including how to make a bed skirt out of a flat sheet with NO SEWING OR CUTTING and how to make your own wall decals with washi tape.  I would love to see you over at my blog some time. Now let’s get on to the tutorial!

Materials Needed to Make a DIY Bow and Headband Organizer

  • Laser cut unfinished wood frame {I found mine at Michaels for $7.99}
  • Ribbon
  • A stapler
  • Paint
  • Foam brush

MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

Steps to Make a DIY Bow and Headband Organizer

1) Paint your wood frame.  I used some pink paint that I already had on hand.  Using my foam brush, I painted a very thin coat of paint over the surface.  I used only a single coat, because I wanted some wood grain to show through.

MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

2) Once your paint is dry, flip your frame over.  Attach 3 or 4 lengths of ribbon to the back side of the frame with a regular old desk stapler.

MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

3) Using a hot glue gun and a coordinating ribbon, create loops on one of your lengths of ribbon.  This will hold your headbands.

MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

4) Put all of your bows and headbands and then hang it wherever you like!  I hung my girls’ on the back of their closet door.

MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

MUST PIN!  DIY hair bow and headband organizer by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for Reasons to Skip the Housework.  #boworganizer

Do you have a little girl with overflowing hair accessories?  Are you going to make one of these to help tame the mess?  If you do, I would love for you to stop by my blog, Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body, to let me know how yours turns out!  And of course, I would love for you to follow along with me through social media!  You can find me on FacebookPinterestInstagramGoogle Plus and Twitter. I look forward to seeing you back here at Reasons to Skip the Housework next month.  Thanks so much for having me!

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  1. says

    That is so cute! It is going to take me a bit, but I am. going to make me one! My daughter and I both have so many. She can help me, or maybe my husband can and it can be her birthday preset…hmmm. The ideas in my head, lol

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