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I just had SOOO Many headbands....
I had to make my own, since I couldn't find one to but, and I didn't want to use an oatmeal can....

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  • Step 1

    OK, so I got 11 headband spaces out of seven feet, but I still probably need more. I said 9ft because that is how much came in my roll. Get about 3 feet uncoiled and onto a flat space, don't cut it off of the roll yet.

  • Step 2

    First, take about an inch of the ribbon at the bottom and curl it over so it makes a loop, glue it.

  • Step 3

    go about 1-2 inches up from where your loop starts and on the side you want showing. Push that part of the ribbon UP, so when you look at it from the side, it kind of looks like an 8. I am sorry, this is kind of hard to explain :'( Glue the bottom of the top of the loop, the bottom of the bottom and the inside of the loop above the bottom, I hope I am making sense but I am probably not, as I almost never am.

  • Step 4

    Now go up about 1-3 inches again, remembering the size of all of your headbands, some are much thicker than others, and do step 3 again. Keep going up the ribbon until you have about 5 inches left.

  • How to make a hair accessory holder. Make Your Own Headband Holder - Step 5
    Step 5

    Now take the D ring and tie to the top of the ribbon so it is secure, which will help you hang it up easier. (Optional) Now you have a headband hanger, and I am sorry If I was really confusing, it was hard for me to explain

    This is a close up of the bottom of the holder, you can't see all of it. but under the fist loop is a mini loop, but the headband goes in a big loop.

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