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  • Ashley Hernandez

    -shoe box lids, scrapbook paper, modge podge, letters, ribbon, curtain rod ; change out what it says with seasons.

  • daiz sheng

    Nice craft idea to try. :shoe box lids, scrapbook paper, modge podge, letters, ribbon, and a curtain rod.....

  • Becca Marie

    shoe box lids, scrapbook paper, modge podge, letters, ribbon, and a curtain rod.. change out what it says with seasons.

  • LoraLee Lovell

    SHOEBOX LIDS, scrapbook paper, modge podge, letters, ribbon, and a curtain rod. >>the fact that these are shoe box lids makes this even more exciting. Adorable!! Love it!!

  • Kate M.

    SHOEBOX LIDS, scrapbook paper, modge podge, letters, ribbon, and a curtain rod. Use box lids instead of canvas

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I am GOING to do this...The towel bar was simple to find, but we were having trouble finding the right kind of hooks. A nice associate at Home Depot gave me the idea to use shower curtain hooks. I ended up finding hooks at Target with two slots. I picked up a package of 12, along with an 18 inch towel bar, for less than $25.