I don’t usually have the best of luck at thrift shops. I am always envious of posts on other blogs about all of the fun finds that they picked up! But I have one that I scored over the weekend that I am pretty excited about so I thought I’d share. Here is my $3 Hair Bow Holder! As you can see below, the previous one I made clearly wasn’t working anymore. I made it when Kaylee was just starting to wear little bows and it was great, but now with two little gals, we need more space.
I saw this frame at Goodwill and thought it would be perfect. I liked the detailing and the size was perfect.
I removed the backing and the print and there was another one underneath it! It was odd because it looked as though the backing had been professionally done. So how did the last supper print end up in there as well? This frame had an exciting life before it came to house.
I roughed up the edges with a wire brush so that my paint would stick better. Then applied 2 coats of white acrylic paint and a clear coat of spray paint.
I covered the backing with a couple of sheets of scrapbooking paper and then attached 2 ribbons down the front.
Then I added the girls’ hair bows. When this fills up, I can easily take the back off and add one more ribbon, but this is PERFECT for now!