Today...TODAY...just might be my favorite post I've written in a while.
For several reasons:
A) It's Thursday...who doesn't love themselves a good Friday eve?
2.) After a month(plus)-long break, Saw it. Pinned it. Did it. is officially back in action!
D) This week's project is a special little gem for my nieces...TRIPLET nieces...in case you forgot. #proudaunt
So last weekend, since my sissy-in-law is locked up on hospital bedrest, a few of us went over to their house and helped put together the nursery!
Working hard? Or hardly working? I'll let you be the judge...
Well...baby daddy has his crap together so the cribs and furniture were all set up and ready to go. It was the rest of our jobs to fold/hang clothes and put everything in it's designated spot so the day those tiny little chicklets come home from the hospital, their room is set and ready to go!
When the time came to put their cajillion hair bows away, we quickly realized they had no where to hang them!
Now what's a baby girl's nursery without a bow holder?
So I took matters into my own hands and in 5 simple steps, you can too!
Here's what you'll need:
Glassless frame (any size...mine was 16x20...I think?) | 1.5 inch thick ribbon (any flavor) | hair bows...LOTS of 'em
Not pictured: Hot glue gun, scissors, triplet neices
Step 1-2: measure your ribbon and cut enough strands to spread across your frame. I spaced mine out about an inch and a half away from each other.
Step 3: hot glue those puppies onto the back of your frame, making sure they're evenly laid out and stretched as tight as possible to see that the ribbons don't sag.
Step 4: Apply 'said' hair bows to ribbons!
Step 5: Stand back and give yourself a high-five for totally rocking this Pinterest project!
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