I've never had a convenient way to store my hats and beanies. I usually stack them in a nice pile on top of my dresser, but they always end up scattered everywhere whenever I sort through them for a specific hat. So, I finally got around to making my own hat hanger!
Yep! Ariel is getting crafty.
Here is a "tutorial" of how I made my nifty little hat hanger (I put quotations marks because the process is extremely easy so it's not much of an actual tutorial)!
Chalkboard Clips c/o Paxton Cove
These sweet little Chalkboard Clips are perfect for everything really--especially this craft project! They are perfect for weddings, showers, parties, and potlucks--you can use them to label dishes, drinks, snacks, treats, and more!
I drew different colored hearts on each Chalkboard Clip because I really couldn't think of anything else to draw.....
I cut up pieces of strings and hung them across the wall using tacks. Then I hung up my hats with the Chalkboard Clips just like hanging up clothes to dry on a clothesline! :)
There you have it! An easy, yet cute way to organize and display your hats and beanies!
A big thanks to Paxton Cove for providing me with these cute Chalkboard Clips! Paxton Cove is a new daily deal site that launched in September! They offer online shoppers fabulous deals on handmade items, one of a kind items, designer inspired jewelry items, incredible crafting materials and goods, and anything that they think is an awesome product! You should definitely head over and check their amazing deals out!
Want to make a Hat Hanger of your own but don't have any Chalkboard Clips?
Well, tomorrow, Paxton Cove and I are giving you an opportunity to win some of your own Chalkboard Clips, along with some other crafty products!
I am also showing off another DIY project tomorrow--an awesome way to display your polaroid pictures!
So don't forget to tune in!