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  • Megan Mahealani

    Paint an oatmeal container to use for a headband holder. Finally a way I can keep my headbands organized.

  • Deanna Marquette

    Headband Storage for Claire: Paint an oatmeal container to use for a headband holder! (You can also store brushes inside!)

  • Jessie Lang-Hinton

    Paint an oatmeal container to use for a headband holder! Also it's nice because you can store brushes, etc. inside!! I've been trying to find a way to store the girls' headbands!!

  • Dawn Kleitz

    Paint an oatmeal container to use for a headband holder! This is a great idea. It is a great place for headbands and then you can use the inside for other hair accessories.

  • Angela Prejean

    DIY Hairband holder using an old oatmeal container.

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Need to make these!! But, will my girls ever really put their things away??

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Headband holder. *** I made one by covering an old oatmeal container with pretty wrapping paper. I punched a hole in the lid and threaded a ribbon through. Then, I used a thumbtack to hold the ribbon on the opposite end (there's a small piece of cork inside for the tack to push into.) This way, it doubles as a headband holder and a container. ***

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