Today I’ve got a super easy DIY for a bow hanger in baby girl’s nursery!
I’m as girly as they come so I knew I would need something to hang all of the many bow I’ve began to collect for my sweet little babe.
I started with this framed art piece a family friend had gifted me to that she didn’t want (and knew I would find a creative way to use it). You could use any size frame! I would just go to you’re local goodwill and find something that would work in your nursery.
I took out the glass, art and backing. Then I painted the frame using some left over chalk paint I had from painting the dresser in the nursery. I used the Americana brand chalk paint that you can buy at Michaels, Joanns, Hobby Lobby or Home Depot. It covers really quickly and you don’t have to sand or prep the wood (huge plus!) You could use any paint though!
I bought gold decorative floral wire from Joanns (make sure to use a coupon!) and clothes pins from the dollar store (discovered they’re actually cheaper at walmart).
I used tiny nails (I think they were upholstery nails) to loop the wire around and sting back and forth. I pushed the wire forward as I looped it so it would stick out from the wall when it hangs.