Attempting Aloha) . I thought it would be perfect for my daughter.I saw this cute storage idea for organizing little girl barrettes on Pinterest (see the original at
We currently are storing all of my daughter's hair ties and barrettes in this little box. The only problem was that when my daughter wanted to see (ie play with) her barrettes, she would take them out and lay them on the floor. Her curious little brother would then help himself. Eight month olds and barrettes don't go so well together.
I thought making this barrette board would be a perfect way for her to see all of her hair things, keep them up out of reach, and make a pretty display. I already had on hand all of the materials (minus the spray paint - $4.99 at our local hardware store). The picture frame was metal and took about 3 coats of pain to cover.
I used spray adhesive to attach a piece of remnant fabric to the original cardboard backing that came with the frame. I didn't worry too much about how the back looked because I knew I would cover it with a second piece of cardboard when I slid the fabric covered board back into the frame.
Using scrapbook ribbon I already had, I tied them into place. Those ribbons that were too short received an extra dose of hot glue to hold them in place. Then I slid the original cardboard back into the frame. To cover the unsightly back, I cut a clean piece of cardboard out of an old box and slid it in the frame to close the back off from view.
Then my daughter and I added all of her cute barrettes, rubber bands, and head bands to the board.
I absolutely LOVE the final product. It is cute and organized. A huge improvement!
Organize & Decorate Everything (my first time doing this!!). So fun!