I am going crazy with "DIY" things.
I feel like I can remodel my entire house by myself. I have sat on Pinterest for hours, trying to find the perfect idea to stop getting my children to throw their towels on the bathroom floor. There is nothing I hate more, than wet towels all over the floor.
I made a trip to our local Craft Store and picked up my essentials for my "DIY" Towel Rack.
-X Acto Knife
-Sheets of Scrapbook Paper
-Elmer's Multi-Purpose Spray Adhesive
I started by placing the wooden letters face down on the scrapbook paper. I slowly traced the letter with the X Acto knife. Once that step was completed, I took the wooden letters and sprayed an even coat of Elmer's Spray Adhesive on them. I slowly placed the cutout paper on top of the wooden letter (if you do it within 15 seconds of spraying, you can readjust the paper) I firmly pressed the paper flat onto the letters, until I got a smooth finish with no wrinkles or bubbles.
After that, I used a small bit of superglue to attach the flowers to the letters. The beauty of this project is, you can select any scrapbook paper to create the perfect hooks for your little ones! The possibilities are endless.
I attached the letters to the wall with command strips and then screwed in the hooks below.
The outcome was a fun and very easy DIY project.
The girls find it "fun' to place their towels on their own hooks.
It took about a half hour to make all three pieces. I can't wait to see what you all do with your towel hooks!