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Today I wanted to share with you some fun bow holders I made for my baby girl that's due in April. I bought these wooden fence looking boards that already came with a hook and a hanger. I, with the help of my 2 year old son, painted these with black acrylic paint along with the hanger and the hook. I let them dry and added some thick lime green ribbon and then some hot pink polka dot ribbon on the top of that with glue dots.
Then I found some coordinating scrapbook paper and cut them into strips to put them on the slats. I mod podged it on (again with the help of my two year old - a little too much help as there was a lot of excess mod podge to get off =D).
Finally I embellished the paper with these fun big, green butterflies along with some bling (green rhinestone dots on the black one and pink flowers on the pink one). The black one I also added the sticker chipdboard piece that says beautiful. Then I clipped on my collection of bows that I have.
Very simple and so cute!!!
Another quick project, I made was a headband holder. I took a big lemonade canister (or a Quaker Oatmeal one would be great), ripped off the label, painted it hot pink with lime green paint on top, added strips of coordinating scrapbook paper with glue dots and added some chipboard flowers on the lid.
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Can't wait to see your creations - can even be old posts! I'd love some inspiration on what to make for this baby girl I'm having in April or fun things for my 2 year old son.