If you have a fetish for headbands, then your dressing table might be cluttered with these head accessories with no space for keeping other items. So instead of increasing the mess, you can create a headband holder to keep all your headbands at one place for easier access. Here are some unique ways of making a headband holder with simple household materials.
Decorate a white canvas board with colorful ribbons for hanging the headbands, and Velcro straps for holding the hair clips, rubber bands, and bows.
A marvelous headband holder using an empty canister wrapped in a pretty scrap paper that looks like a brand new storage accessory just bought from the store.
Accessorize this headband holder with a sleek and stylish candle holder to enhance its aesthetic appearance.
The time you spend moving from one store to another for purchasing a headband holder can rather be utilized to make a similar one with an old oatmeal container.
Bet your little princess will instantly fall in love with this pink headband holder. All her rubber bands, hair clips, and hairbrushes can go inside the holder.
The rustic appeal of this headband stand should be attributed to the fabric wrapped around it. Imagine how amazing it will look to see a spectacle of colorful headbands against this neutral-colored holder?
These headband holders have been made from a toilet paper roll with a long satin ribbon glued to the ends and embellished with cute silk flowers to add a girlie touch. Hanging it from a hook or knob of your closet or door will save some space.
Next time, you discard an oatmeal container have a look at the enormous collection of headbands lying in your room. Just follow this simple DIY tutorial to create a chic headband accessory storage.
This headband holder, enfolded in a white polka dot bandanna with cute ribbons tied to the ends, represents the perfect birthday gift for your little girl.
This one is a simple and cheap DIY headband holder that provides an easy solution for organizing your little daughter’s hair accessories.
A fancy headband holder placed on a reclaimed silver-painted wooden stand with a handmade fabric flower on the top.
An ordinary pedestal has been given a make-over for using it as a support for the headband holder. Now it will be easier to spot your huge collection of headbands.
With few ribbons and curtain rings, you can make this outstanding headband storage accessory that can hold a plethora of headbands.
The lid of the headband holder, wrapped separately in a paper, can be removed whenever you want to keep other hair accessories inside.
This one looks more like a vintage piece of art decked up with cute headbands.
Make an interesting craftwork out of a reclaimed oatmeal container using paper cuts of little dolls, teddy bears, and bunnies. The multi-hued rainbow and the tiny paper flowers attached to the headband holder give a diversifying effect.
Here is one of the prettiest handcrafted headband holders that will catch anyone’s attention.
It’s time you empty your closet drawers that been stuffed all this while with headbands, barrettes, and hair clips as headband holders give you enough scope to segregate these hair accessories. So wait no further and arrange all the basic supplies to make this interesting fashion accessory.
Published on August 15th 2015 by Michelle Anderson