Fabric Comb Holder

Fabric Comb Holder - {The Ribbon Retreat Blog}
My Bathroom really lacks in the cupboard and drawer space.  My combs and brushes have never had their own home as a result.  I had a big formula can and I knew it could be just the answer to my dilemma.
The fabric I used for this holder is Pear Zen Garden from the Sanctuary collection by Michael Miller.
I also used some 3/4″ Aqua Ric Rac I had left over from when I made a Stuffed Owl for My baby girl’s first birthday.
The Millennium Silver Satin Ribbon is from a Grab Bag (the best way to beef up your ribbon stash).


Ric Rac
Hot Glue Gun

To make this I used the same technique as the Headband Holder. Click on the link to see step by step pictures.

The only difference is for the comb holder I folded the top, bottom and one side. (The headband holder was only folded on the bottom and one side).

I measured my can

    Cut the batting to my measurement

      Cut my fabric 1/4″ bigger (length and width) than the measurement to account for the folded edges.

        Folded the raw edges of my fabric and glued them in place

          Glued the fabric over the batting

            Covered the seam with Satin Ribbon and Ric Rac

              Added flowers I made using How to make a fabric Flower Version 2

                I’m really happy my combs and brushes have their own home now. With a little imagination even the smallest places can still have organization. When you add Designer Fabric and Ribbon available at The Ribbon Retreat it can be organized AND stylish!

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                1. Sherrie
                  Posted September 10, 2011 at 1:11 pm | Permalink

                  lol your headband link is taking me straight to the hot glue guns 😉

                  • Shirley
                    Posted September 10, 2011 at 9:01 pm | Permalink

                    Thanks Sherrie! It’s fixed now. 🙂

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