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    Default Where do you keep your daughters accessories (headbands, hair ties)

    Can you please post a photo or just comment.

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    I use a ribbon stand from spotlight I'll get a pic.

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    I have teen dd's
    Some on the gear stick of my car because their is always someone wanting one in hurry in the car.

    Some in the drawers.
    Some hanging in the shower
    Some down the side/under of their beds.

    Some on the handle of their brushes.

    Oh and the floor of course. We can't have mum sweep without find one or 2. That would be soo wrong. I mean she needs extra things to do right to fill in her empty days....

    Sorry I am not much help.

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    I made this for my niece. It has hooks on the bottom for hair elastics, clips are clipped on the ribbons and one of the ribbons has loops for head bands to be threaded through.

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    Top drawer of the bathroom vanity with their hairbrushes. But I also find them everywhere, just like LoveLivesHere said...

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    Please don't quote, I will delete later x
    She's only a baby so I would need something smaller... Good idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
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    I made this for my niece. It has hooks on the bottom for hair elastics, clips are clipped on the ribbons and one of the ribbons has loops for head bands to be threaded through.
    Nice

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    she has a section of shelf in the laundry cupboard. I have some plastic container things that everything goes in (1 for brushes, detangle sprays, nit stuff, hair bands and clips etc)

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    My DD has 3 large pasta jars that I scrubbed the labels off and painted the lids of, one has hair bands, one has clips and one has her jewellery bits

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