When it comes to creating a nursery, there are countless ideas out there, on how to create the “perfect” nursery. As much as I wanted to have it all, I knew there were some things that were just easier to make than try to find or buy.
One of the things being a headband holder. I have seen many different DIY options, with many of them offering ideas, but I decided to just be even more original. I saw the idea of using clothes pins as “holders” for headbands, but I didn’t just want a plain board as a background. I asked my husband if he had any skinny boards lying around the house that we could cut to size and sure enough, he found a perfect match
My goal was to use up some of the fabric that I already had, which just so happened to match the colors in our baby girl’s room (navy, bright pink, and light blue). As I thought about how to make this little DIY project, I found that it took some really simple items and even more so, was simple to make. I definitely recommend trying this at home or even making one as a gift for a friend or family member because the fabric options are truly endless.
Items Needed: clothespins, mod-podge, brush, scissors, board, fabric, hot glue (not pictured)
Cut a piece of fabric to fit over the board
Mod-podge one side of the board, flip over, and make sure fabric is tight.
Mod-podge or hot glue edges and fold over board
Lay out clothes pins on board, to decide how many you want to use. I had my husband spray paint the pins white to go with the fabric.
Hot glue one side of the clothes pin and quickly adhere to board.
The finished product!
I attached ribbon to each side, tied a bow at the top, and hung it on a nail
This project can be completed in about 20 minutes, from start to finish!
This is an easy way to display those adorable headbands, while also keeping them organized!