Elastic hair ties have become a trend, sold at several stores, but thanks to one of our morning producers, we've found out they are easy to make and you can save a bunch of money.
What you need:
- Elastic Ribbon - 1 yard equals about 4 hair ties, find online or at most craft stores
- Super Glue, clear nail polish
Simply cut about a 6 inch strip of the elastic, tie the two ends & then dab a big of super glue or clear nail polish on the ends to prevent fringing.
I also figured out some great ways to store the ties:
-use an old paper towel holder ( you could always wrap it in decorative paper)
- cut out a section of card stock and give hair ties as gift
- or even using an old candle holder
To see these projects and more, click on the "Pinspiration" board on Heather's Pinterest page, http://www.pinterest.com/wvltheather, or Erin Barnett's Pinterest page at http://www.pinterest.com/wvlterinbarnett.
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