Saturday, November 21, 2009

Hairbow Holder



This is for my neice Phoebe for Christmas. She wears lots of little clippy hairbows in all colors. Hopefully this will help her mom keep track of them all. And it was super cheap too! $5.39 for 2 since I already had the fabric and ribbon! One for Phoebe and one for my girls.


Here is what you will need:
Canvas - 11" x 14" from Hobby Lobby (2 pk $8.99 and I used a 40% off coupon)
Fabric - from my stash
Grossgrain Ribbon - from my stash
Staplegun

First, lay the canvas on your fabric and trim it so that you have plenty to wrap over the edges.
Time for the staplegun! I started with the long sides, then did the corners and finally stapled the middle of the short sides. Just make sure you stretch it tight all the way around.
Here is the front once it is all stapled.
Then, just cut your ribbon to the length needed, staple it to the back of the canvas. I am going to add a picture frame hook to the back and it will be completely done.


10 comments:

Donna @ Mudpies and Memories said...

They turned out really cute! I love the fabric you used -- haven't seen that one before.

Taylor is sitting her looking at it and planning the colors for one for herself.

Caci said...

That is super cute! Not that I have a little girl however I do know a few!

Angel Ruff said...

I really like this! I think I am going to try it :)

Lisa Nance said...

Phoebe will love this and I especially do. I can keep up with her bows! Thanks a bunch Becky. Can we get it before christmas? Just kidding.

SkiptomyLou said...

So cute and we need one of these!

Toni said...

too cute! i might make one for my daughter's room...

Gridiron Girl said...

What a great idea! I'm going to make one of these today. Thanks for sharing!
~Janna

care-in said...

So easy! I really need to invest in a staple gun. So many times I wish I had one!

Elizabeth said...

I have been wondering how to store those. What a cute idea. Since I have 3 girls, I might try an old empty rect. frame. Thanks for sharing!

Tami said...

Stumbled across your blog at Skip to My lou. I live in Pickens. So nice to find a crafty girl from SC on the www. I'll keep checking in.