When I found out we were pregnant with a baby girl this past February, a lot of things went though my mind. I found myself excited about having a girl for several reasons. One reason being that I was going to get to create a space for a little girl to grow up in, by turning our guestroom into a girl's room. To do this, there was much planning and DIYing that had to be done before Baby Girl's arrival.
I plan on spending the next several days posting about all of the DIY projects that were completed for Baby Girl's nursery.I'll start this morning by sharing a simple bow and headband display made with a cheap Goodwill picture frame, spray paint, ribbon, hot glue and hooks.
For this project, I simply bought a frame at Goodwill, took the picture and the glass out of the frame and spray painted the frame gold. Once dry, I cut four strips of ribbon the length of my frame, and hot glued the strips of ribbon to the back of the frame.
I then tied a piece of ribbon to each bracket on the back of the frame, and then I tied those two pieces of ribbon together, creating something that could hang on the wall from the ribbon.
Lastly, I bought a pack of small gold hooks from the hardware store and screwed them into the bottom of the wooden frame. This would be a good time to say that this worked only because my frame was wooden. A plastic frame would not have worked for this.
I'm very pleased with how this turned out. Thank you Pinterest for the idea, as this was super-easy and displays bows and head bands.