I found this beauty at goodwill on DOLLAR day! Yup that’s right ONE dollar! I couldn’t believe it hadn’t been snatched up already. The picture was NOT my style, but I loved the detail on the frame. I knew with a little spray paint magic it would be perfect.
p.s. Sorry the lighting is bad, I took these at night.
Can you believe 1 dollar for this beauty?! It’s been forever since I’ve been to goodwill, but now I’m getting anxious to go.
Bow board tutorial:
Okay onto the tutorial…
First things first in making your bow board. Find a large frame and remove the picture and cardboard. Keep the cardboard. That will be your backing. Then give the frame a few coats of spray paint.
Next you will need to find some cotton batting that will cover the entire cardboard. I think I doubled the batting if I remember right. Then you will fold the batting over the cardboard and hot glue it down. Trim off any excess batting to remove bulk.
Next you will need to buy enough fabric to cover the entire board. Btw I LOOVEE this fabric.
You will begin by folding the fabric over the cardboard and hot gluing it down.
When you get to the corners, make a diagonal cut.
Then fold in the other side and glue. Once your fabric is all glued down you’ll need to start gathering some ribbon.
Measure and cut your ribbon accordingly and then glue on the back side of the cardboard.
The perfect place to hold all your hair accessories!
I also found this at goodwill for a dollar and thought it would be perfect to hang headbands. All I did was spray paint it blue and then distressed the edges a little. I’ve also seen these at crafts stores for 3 or 4 bucks. So with a coupon only 2 bucks. Not bad!
Oh how I love having a little girl. They are so fun! :)
So what do you think?!
Much better… perfect for all my little girls hair bows and hair clips! Got to love all the frill!
**UPDATE: To see more from the nursery click here.**