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Hair Bow and Headband Holder, YouTube Thursday

Welcome to YouTube Thursday! We are so excited to have you here so we can share our newest video tutorial with you!

Hair Bow and Headband Holder, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Have you ever wondered why we share so many hair bow and hair accessory tutorials with you? Well, it is as simple as…we LOVE hair bows and all hair accessories so of course we want to share that love with all of you! However, because we all now have a plethora of adorable hair accessories and bows, because of our love (and hopefully yours too) for all things hair accessories…do you feel that they are kind of taking over your life and bursting open every drawer in your bathroom? No problem! Today, Shirley is combating that issue with an adorable Hair Bow and Headband Holder. This holder is the answer to your hair bow and headband invasion issue by displaying and organizing your hair accessories with ease and of course…in style!

Want to make one, two or a whole bunch? Let’s get started!

Supplies:
1 1/2″ Ribbon
Coordinating 7/8″ Ribbon
D-Ring
Flower
Sewing Machine (Optional)
Needle and Thread (if sewing by hand)
Straight Pins
Scissors
Lighter
Hot Glue Gun

Royal Blue Grosgrain Shocking Pink Gerber Daisy

D Rings Turquoise Hot Pink Chevron
Get All Of Your Supplies
Have so much fun creating your own Hair Bow and Headband Holder! You are going to love them!

There are so many things to love about these fancy little holders, but I think one of my favorite things is how you can see everything you have displayed on the holder easily and grab whatever bow or headband you are looking for in a flash! The convenience of these holders is tremendous and they look amazing which is a winning combo in my book! Thank you Shirley for sharing another incredible video that is so, so fun and of course absolutely fabulous!

Do you love learning from wonderful video tutorials just like this one? If you are shaking your head yes, you are going to want to check out our whole line up of amazing video tutorials on our YouTube Channel! Each and every video found on our channel is terrific, easy to follow and will help you create professional looking hair bows and other fun hair accessories and projects. Make sure to check out all of those videos HERE!

Here is a quick sneak peek of a few of the wonderful videos you will find on our channel…

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The Ribbon Retreat has the most incredible selection of hair bow and all hair accessory supplies! You can find any ribbon design or color you desire, fabulous flowers, gorgeous gems and so much more! Make sure to stop by our fabulous one stop crafty shop HERE!

Happy Creating & Happy YouTube Thursday!
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2 Comments

  1. Pat C.
    Posted April 27, 2015 at 12:53 pm | Permalink

    How adorable, Shirley! I love how easily the holders can be customized with so many ribbon choices available from TRR… and they take up so little wall space that several can be made for a girl’s room, allowing her or Mom to organize her bows and headbands according to color; size; category, such as hair bow or headband; and uses, such as “fancy” or everyday. And the holders are so darned easy and inexpensive to make, too!

    Do you think that a strip of hot glue or TRR fillet tape could take the place of machine- or hand-stitching the loops?

    Thank you for such a fun–and useful!–idea! xoxo

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted April 30, 2015 at 8:57 am | Permalink

      Hi Pat! Thank you so much! Aren’t these holders so much fun?!? I also love that they are such a great size so they don’t take up a great deal of space. I absolutely think that hot glue or a really strong tape could be used as opposed to sewing to create your loops. Thank you Pat! Have a most wonderful day! Michelle 🙂

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