Here is what our bathroom looked like before, plus an extra box of headbands on top of the jewelry box out of the picture.
Here is the After!
Want to make one?
Painters canvas. I used a thin one I got in a two pack at Porters.
A Fat Quarter of your desired fabric
drop cloth or newspapers
Ready to get started?
Here's all your supplies
Step 1. lay out your paper/ drop cloth
Step 4: Pull edges as tight as you can and staple on the back. Try to do this as close to the inside as possible. Make sure you get the edges nice and neat.
Step 5: If your staples look like mine (ie stuck up a little) use a hammer and gently hammer them down.
Step 6: staple ribbon on the back, pull tight around to other side over front and staple on back. Alternate ribbon, or if your using all one kind, keep going till you reach the end. The frequency is up to you.
Step 7: Admire your awesome work. =)
Place in bathroom or bedroom to display and hold hair clips and bows.
Cost Break down:
I had the fabric from a fat quarter exchange from Sew mama Sew $0
The ribbon was from my stash $0
Canvas 2 pack: $4 ($2 each)
Spray adhesive $8 (more than enough for multiple projects)
Staple gun and staples were borrowed from my super awesome hubby.
I did this in about an hour. Now my bathroom is starting to look like less of a mess (lets be honest, because its definitely not spotless!)
If you make one i'd love to see it!
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