My girls have lots of hairbows and for the longest time they were in a basket and it was always a huge pain in the butt to try and find the bows we wanted digging around in the basket so I thought I would make them each a hairbow holder to match their bedding in their rooms.
Picture Frame Hair Bow Holder Tutorial
My oldest daughter has red and black ladybugs and my youngest has pink and green flowers and when I went to the craft store I was able to easily find ribbon and flowers to match perfectly!
What you need:
- Picture frame (color of your choice, black and white are the easiest way to make sure it matches the room you are making it for)
- Ribbon –
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
- fake flowers
Remove the glass from the picture frame and fold down the metal clasps on the back so they are flat against the back of the picture frame
Cut the stem off the flowers and set aside
Take the ribbon roll and measure it for the length you need by using the picture frame (Do this for as many piece of ribbon you need. I put mine about 1/2 inch apart on the frame and the size of your picture frame will determine how many piece of ribbon you are going to need)
Use your hot glue gun to glue the pieces of ribbon on the back of the picture frame. Make sure the side you want to show is facing foward and not the side you see when you are gluing it.
Use the hot glue gun to put glue on the backside of the flowers you already cut and then press them down on the corner of the picture frame.
Let the glue cool and then hang on the wall and clip your bows on the ribbon 🙂
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