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DIY Arrow Hair Bow Holder

Are you tired of your little one's hair bows being scattered all over the place? Why not make a unique and adorable arrow hair bow holder that will not only keep those bows organized but also add a touch of charm to your child's room? This fun and easy DIY project will have you feeling like a crafting pro in no time! This DIY project is not only a practical solution but also a fantastic opportunity to showcase your crafting skills. Once everything is in place, find the perfect spot on the wall to hang your arrow hair bow holder. It could be above your child's dresser, near their vanity, or even on the back of their bedroom door.

To make an arrow hair bow holder, you will need:
  • wooden dowel
  • scrapbook paper
  • hot glue gun
  • Elmers glue stick
  • lace or ribbon

Cut the paper into strips wide enough to wrap around the dowel. Cover them liberally with the glue stick, then wrap them around the dowel and keep pressing until the glue dries enough to stick.

Use hot glue to attach ribbon to dowel. Cut an arrow point and an arrow tail and secure them to the ends of the dowel with hot glue.

And that’s all there is to it! To attach mine to the wall, I made a small ribbon loop in the center of the arrow and attached it with more hot glue. Then I nailed one small brad into the wall and hung the arrow from it. I put little pieces of sticky tac (you know, that blue stuff teachers use on posters?) under the arrow head and tail to keep the whole thing from shifting.

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