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DIYing a Bow Holder

My next DIY project to tackle is a bow holder for Camille's room!

Even before I started making bows, we had a pretty nice little collection going on. Headbands, loopy bows, small classic bows, fussy big leopard print bows. Now that I am a bow-making fiend, her collection has grown considerably!

I used to just keep a long length of ribbon looped over her closet doorknob, and I clipped her bows on that ribbon. It was easy and cheap. But ribbon real estate soon disappeared and I've been hunting down other options.

Here are some I've scouted out on Pinterest and Etsy. I'm going to try to DIY a version soon, and as long as it's not embarrassingly u-g-l-y, I'll share it here!

Monogrammed Hair Bow Holder with Lilly Pulitzer inspired vinyl monogram by BellesandBullfrogs on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/248668663/monogrammed-hair-bow-holder-with-lilly:
Found on Etsy HERE
Very similar to the plan I have in my head!

If Abbi is anything like I was as a newborn, she probably won't have much hair, so I'm sure we'll have a lot of headbands.  Very pretty and organized way to store headbands and clips!:
Blog tutorial found HERE

Chicken Wire - Hair Bow Holders or how about adding hooks for necklaces/bracelets??:
Image from HERE

NEW - Custom Hand Painted Boutique Childrens Hair Bow Holder Personalized Zebra Roses Flowers Shabby Chic Floral - Caden Lane - EXTRA LARGE
Found on Etsy HERE

SALE  Baby Children Girl Round Hair Bow Holders
Found on Etsy HERE

Swap out your cookies and snacks for hair ties and bows. The transparent exterior means you can see all of the different colors and patterns even before you lift the lid. See more at It's Overflowing »:
Image from HERE

Childrens Girls Barrette Hairbow Holder
Found on Etsy HERE

Fellow bow-loving mamas, how do you store your baby's hair accessories? If you're on Instagram, I'd love to see your bow storage solution. Please take a photo and tag me in it!

11 comments:

  1. That first one is sooo adorable!! Can't wait to see what you end up doing!

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  2. I got a big V and hot glued long strips of ribbon to the V - 2 long strips for right now - about the length of a door. I hung the V on the inside of Vivian's closet door and clip all of her bows to that. Then I hang headbands from little clips that I attached to the door as well. Easy peasy and doesn't take up wall space - which we are already limited on!

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  3. I got my girls initials at hobby lobby or acmoore that were white. I then found scrapbook paper that I loved and traced backwards onto back of the paper and cut the letter shape out. I then used the clear mod podge and glued it on very very well. I got coordinating ribbon and made 2 long strands and not glued to back. I also used the skinny ribbon and hot glued 2 short pieces to top and tied in bow to hang it from! My girls love having their initials as their bow holders! And I love that I could customize colors!

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  4. I used a picture frame And put ribbon across the frame to hold small bows then attached 4 long ribbons to the frame that hang down. We have a lot of bows lol! I'll tag you on IG!

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  5. LOVE the idea of putting hair accessories in glass jars! I might do that with my own bows and headbands. :-)

    xoxo A
    www.southernbelleintraining.com

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  6. They are all so cute! I can't wait to see what you come up with for Camille!

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  7. Love these ideas!! I got one for Sadie's bows when she was a baby that I still love - you can see it on here - http://perksofbeingajap.com/2012/07/19/sadies-room-the-reveal/ and the Etsy seller is PositivelyPaints

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  9. I love all of these ideas! I made a bow holder for my Olivia and posted the tutorial here:

    http://lindsayssweetworld.blogspot.com/2016/01/diy-bow-scarf-holder.html

    I love it because it doesn't take up a lot of space (we hung it on the inside of her closet door with command strips) but there is plenty of room for lots of bows!

    I think I already have an old picture on Insta so I'll be sure to tag you in it!

    Lindsay
    Lindsay's Sweet World

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  10. P.S. The one I made doubles as a scarf or headband holder as well. (We use ours for scarves.)

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  11. I used clear shower curtain rings with a wide and a thin strip of ribbon. Hot glued thin to wide only every few inches so it was connected, but I could clip 4 or 5 bows in between glue spots. I made several and they hang from a cute key ring sort of piece with 4 "knobs"

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