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So many headbands

So many headbands

Do you have little girls?  I have three so far.  One has long, curly, blonde hair and one has curly brown hair that goes a little past her shoulders.  The other is only eight weeks old.  All that hair must have “stuff”.   We are up to our eyeballs in hair thingies.  I need a way to corral all of it, starting with the headbands.  So, I did what I always do when I need some inspiration.  I went to Pinterest.

When there's nowhere to store the headbands, they get left lying around, and people, like daddys, step on them. Hence my need

When there’s nowhere to store the headbands, they get left lying around, and people, like daddys, step on them. Hence my need

Have you any idea how many pins come up when you search for “headband storage”? Way too many.  Actually, after perusing the long list, I’m fairly certain there’s only three or four distinct ideas that have pinned and repinned and ever so slightly altered.  Out of the many or few ideas, one stood out — for being absolutely ridiculous.

So here it is: the jar.

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Yeah.

Essentially it’s a glass jar that you’re supposed to hang the headbands on.

I decided I just had to try it.

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I’m just not sure why someone needed to make a tutorial for sticking headbands in a jar.

It’s as easy and as pointless as it looks.  Unless you want to leave a heavy or glass jar full of sparkly headbands within reach of little girl hands, you’re next best option is a Solo cup which doesn’t work quite as well.

See?

See?

Oh well.  Better pinning next time.

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