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DIY Headband & Barrett Holder

Baby Shower Activity (assuming the baby is a girl. lol) - A Hair Clip/Bow Making Station where there are supplies/embellishments for everyone to make a hair clip/bow for the baby. baby,baby shower,Crafts and Ideas,Crafty

How to nurse a nursery deel 3

Hang clothes on the wall. // 25 hacks to make room for baby in your tiny home

Handig voor het opruimen van alle verzamelde knuffels :)

mommo design: STUFFED ANIMALS IDEAS - Ikea Komplement hanger - I wonder if they would ever get them each back on the rings though.

What You’ll Need To Make This Canvas Hair Bow Holder: Stretched Canvas (used 11 in x 14 in board- found it in the Art section of Michael’s) Fabric (make sure it’s ironed!) Quilt Batting (optional) Scissors Staple Gun Cup Hooks (found in hardware stores – I got mine in Walmart) Grosgrain Ribbon Scissors Fabric Glue (optional)

Bow Holder--Uses artist canvas, batting, fabric, cup hooks--best one I have found yet.

Muur stikker, zwarte boom. Door wendyharteveld

Nursery Room Ideas For Your Baby Room Decoration With Cute And Beautiful Green Tree Wall Murals Stickers In Nursery Baby Bedroom Design Ideas

@Sara Bieniek  great idea for display, I think these are coffee cans covered

Headband holder made from oatmeal can, scrapbook paper and candlestick holder. Plus you can store other hair accessories in the can. Great gift idea for little girls

Idea para recuerdo de Mateo

Shadow box with baby's stuff from the hospital.way better than sitting in a box somewhereShadow box with baby's stuff from the hospital.way better than sitting in a box somewhere

Project Nursery - DIY Headband Holder Supplies

DIY: Headband Holder

Hayley from Grey House Harbor shows us how to make a DIY headband holder from an oatmeal container and candle holder. It's perfect for cute baby headbands!

Magneetverf en magneetjes onder de auto's. Leuke wanddecoratie voor een jongens kamer.

Do the road with magnetic paint and add magnets to the cars. Playroom or little boy's room. I think the better idea would be to place this on the floor rather than teaching kids to drive cars on the walls.