Dancing Rain

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Every Princess Needs a Dress-up Closet

Where else do you put all those dresses, tutus, shoes, necklaces and tiaras?

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Princess dress-up closet made from an old dresser

What I love best about this is that this closet was made by up-cycling my old raggedy dresser. My husband got rid of the broken drawers and hinges, missing handles and saved the dresser from the dumpster. With a little paint and new hardware, he transformed it into an adorable piece of furniture perfect for organizing my daughter’s dress-up clothes and accessories in her play room!

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Princess dress-up closet made from an old dresser

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Organize Those Hair Clips and Bows

Our hairbow collection was overflowing and needed a nice display. My sister made the “L” for my daughter and it quickly filled up. She had so many bows and hair clips that I added the “A” with leftover ribbon my sister had. All it takes are some wooden letters from your craft store, ribbon and a glue gun. Add a couple small nails to the wall and voila!

Best part is my daughter now gets to admire all her bows and likes to pick out which one to wear!

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If you want to incorporate a headband holder as pictured on the right above, just grab a smaller contrasting ribbon, loop it and glue to the larger ribbon. Do this as many times as needed for your headbands. You can also make your large ribbon double-sided for extra durability. Just double your ribbon length, fold it in half and use your glue gun to glue the pieces together.

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