I’m super excited to be bringing you this great tutorial for a headband holder! I don’t know about you, but I have a problem with my headbands getting lost. Plus, my daughter will get a hold of them and, unfortunately, break them. 🙁 But I’ve found a way to keep them up up and prevent them from being lost or broken! In comes the handy headband holder! I made one and I’m going to show you how to make your own!
First you want to gather your supplies. Here is the list:
- Ribbon (I used about 3 1/2 feet of 1 1/2″ ribbon)
- Hook Ring (You can find these where the buttons are.)
- Hot Glue Gun & Glue (Also keep a glass of ice water handy in case you get any on your fingers!)
To begin, you are going to take your ribbon and wrap the end, about an inch or so, around the ring.
Next you will take about three inches of ribbon and pinch it so it creates a loop. Then you will hot glue it where it meets at the bottom.
You will then fold that loop down and glue underneath so it lays down.
You will continue like so until you have used all of the ribbon.
Now you can hang it up with a screw or you could even use a thumb tack if you really wanted to! Then you just load your headbands onto it! Your thicker headbands can only fit one per slot, but if you have skinny ones, you can fit 2 or 3 on each slot! (Note: My holder looks bare as of right now – that would be because since I haven’t had anywhere to really store them, as I mentioned above, a few of mine have been broken. But since I have a holder I can go buy new ones! Yay! Lol.)
Also! If you’re not crafty or you just don’t have the time, but would like one of your own, you can buy your own! Just click on the Storenvy photo below or click on ‘Shop’ on the menu and order your own! 🙂
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and you get to make your own! Please let me know what you think in the comments below! Thank you!