How to Make a Hair Bow Holder

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Hair bows are a staple around many households with little girls. If your little girl loves to match hair bows to each and every outfit, you are probably overwhelmed with a rainbow of ribbon.
These sweet little hair bow holders are so cute that your little princess will be proud to have her hair bow collection displayed in her bedroom. These hair bow holders are fun and easy to make and they are fully function and exude diva style! This beautiful hair bow and barrette holder will save you and her from having to search for the perfect hair bow again. You can create them using the same color theme as any room or in your little girl's favorite color. Make a couple because they fill up fast!

Things You'll Need

  • 1- canvas (your desired size)
  • Fabric
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Hot glue
  • Staple gun with staples
  • Ribbon

Lay your fabric out on a flat working surface. Decide if you would like your hair bow holder to hang vertically or horizontally. Lay the canvas on the fabric and cut the fabric to size of canvas, adding 1.5 inches per side. This will allow you to fold the fabric over to the back of the canvas.

Turn the canvas over and bring up one side of the canvas. Staple the fabric onto the back board of the canvas. Repeat this process on the remaining three sides, folding the corners in to create a clean corner. Pull the fabric tight before stapling so that the fabric does not bind when adding the ribbons.

Lay out ribbons and staple them onto the back of the canvas. Try choosing different widths and textures of ribbons for added interest to your hair bow holder.

Cut off any excess fabric and ribbon on the back of the canvas. You can also glue the edges of the fabric to finish the hair bow holder.

To attach your bows to the hair bow holder, simply slide the open barrette of the bow under a length of ribbon and close the barrette.

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