Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Rug Gripper Works for Me

Little girls HAVE to wear hair bows! So what do you do when their hair is too thin or practically non-exsistant?

You cut a strip of rug gripper and hot glue it to the top inside part of the alligator clip. Guaranteed to hold any amount of hair.

I put it on all of our hair bows. Instead of 'fixing' their bows a hundred times a day, I only have to do it three or four times!

Rug gripper on hair bows works for me!

There....that picture's better!
Carrie

8 comments:

Lines From The Vine said...

What a great idea! Thank you for sharing this tip.

Tracy

SAHMmy Says said...

That is very clever! My baby has so little hair, I've had no success getting clips to stay in, even the "no slip" kind, but I've been longing to adorn her with a cute bow! Thanks for the tip!

Jessica said...

Great tip! Thanks!

Another MacBook ? I am trying to upload a photo from iphoto to my blog (just like I used to before) but when I click "choose" and "iphoto" it doesn't give me any views of the pics. Does this make sense?

AutumnFawn said...

Oh my goodness! If I would have just known this a year ago!! I finally had to keep resorting to those headwraps b/c I agree girls just have to wear bows!! Thankfully Shiloh has hair now.

Ribbon Rock Star said...

Great tip!

Linda

Jeni Allen said...

What a great idea! My girlie WILL be wearing her bow to church this Sunday...

(And the picture at the top of your blog is adorable, by the way!)

Deb - Mom of 3 Girls said...

Oh wow, I never would have thought of this... What a great idea - thanks! :)

Dimple Queen said...

I am SO glad to see this...I would have never thought of this on my own....My little girl's hair is SO thin and unless I put some hair back in a rubberband the bow's just won't stick.