Miss Ellen’s mama is not into ruffles, frills, or anything pink. She’s much more suited to greens and browns. However, girly hair bow holders can easily be made in hues of green and brown.
These are so simple and so practical – a perfect gift.
Hair bow holders could not be easier. Simply buy some ribbon and a pre-painted wooden initial. We have three jam-packed initials hanging in my daughter’s closet. Ridiculous. Glue the ribbon to the back of the letter. Done. Simple. As. That.
If you want to make your own hair bows, check out this how-to tutorial.
P.S. If you overload these with bows, make sure you reinforce the glue. I recently overloaded our hair bow holder with bows, and I now need to re-attach the ribbon to the letter. If that isn’t a sign that you have too many hair bows, I’m not sure what is.
The “G” hair bow holder is going to one of our groomsmen. They tried having babies for years to no avail. They stopped trying and wham – got pregnant. Baby Georgia is a gift; she was born on July 4th. I can’t wait to make a red, white, and blue first birthday get-up for her next summer.
Daddy is a big time baseball fan, and I already have the perfect fabric. Mommy is a CPA/MBA. Can we say way smart baby girl???
I know. I know. I should have made these burp cloths in red and blue, not pink and navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Lizard King are first in line if something happens to little Georgia. A true honor.