This simple how to make a tutu bow holder includes a tutorial using a bodice pattern. See how easy it is to make an easy customizable hair bow hanger that is perfect for girls of all ages! You may be looking for a hair bow organizer or hair bow storage solution for all those toddler bows. This hair bow hanger looks amazing in a little girls room It organizes and holds clips,
How To Make A Hair bow Holder
Moms of girls know that storing hair accessories can be tricky. With each of them being different sizes and shapes, just a few bows can easily merit a large space for storage. With the delicate nature of bows, you can’t just throw them in a drawer or pile them in a zip top bag without getting crumpled up or bent out of shape, so smart storage is the key. Luckily, I have a fun D.I.Y tutu hairbow holder tutorial that is low on space requirements and perfect for any little princess! It won’t take long to make, and the supplies add up to under $30. This is something that you can do with your daughter, as a party activity, for a best friend or fellow mom, or even as a fun handmade gift.
Organize your baby bows and accessories with a girls bow holder.
This adorable hair bow holder is something that you can make with your daughter, use as a party activity, gift to your best friend, mom, or anyone else that could use a little handmade love! It is especially cute when grandma’s give this bow hanger to their grand daughters. How special would they feel?! It won’t take you long to create, and supplies will cost under $30 depending on what you choose. This particular version cost right at $20, and I still had enough fabric and tulle left over for a second one.
Here are the materials required for the hair bow holder diy craft:
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- 1 piece of cardboard large enough for your bodice
- Bodice Pattern
- 1 yard of fabric in your choice of pattern
- Quilt batting
- 1-2 rolls of tulle
- Roll of ribbon at least 1/2 inch wide
- Spool of string
- Embellishments (Flowers, jewels, etc)
- Hot glue gun
- Scissors and pinking shears
Hair Bow Holder
Now I will show you how to create a diy bow holder.
First, print out the Bodice Pattern. There are several sizes available, so choose the one that is right for you. Once printed, cut it out and tape the two sides together, then use it on a piece of cardboard to cut out your bodice.
Tutu Hairbow Holder Tutorial With a Bodice Templatehttp://bit.ly/2xKI3Ly
Once cut, attach two layers of quilt batting using a hot glue gun, then cut any excess off to keep your bodice shape. To finish off your bodice, lay a piece of fabric out flat, then place your bodice on top. Cut a loose 1-2 inch border all around, then cut into the sides to make “strips” all around so that you can fold them over to cover your bodice. Once cut, begin pulling them around the back of your bodice one at a time, and glue in place. After that, glue on two pieces of ribbon for hanging as shown below.
Your next step is to make your skirt, and for this you will need to cut out 20-30 strips of tulle. The sizing will be your choice based on the size of your bodice, but make sure to double the length of each strip you cut so you can fold them each in half. Once folded, take a small string and tie it around the end, leaving 1/2 inch free. With all of your tulle cut and tied, begin gluing them along the bottom edge of your bodice to make a skirt.
After you have a full skirt, glue on ribbons lengthwise as shown (these will be where your hairbows are held). Next, take a ribbon and glue over the tops of your tulle, making a belt. If one ribbon doesn’t cover it fully, add a second or third.
You can adjust the pattern to create a headband holder too.
Hair Bow Template
You can find the template used for the Bodice Pattern here.
Don’t forget to grab the bodice pattern by clicking the image below. Check out these other tutu hair bow organizer ideas. Now you can find a simple place for all those b any hair accessories!
Looking for more hair bow holder ideas? Check out the image below. Who knew a hair bow holder diy project could be so pretty?!
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