It drives us all nuts. Okay. It drives me nuts. I really like to be organized. I really like to be able to find things easily. I hate it that when I want two matching bows, I cannot, for the life of me, find that second bow in the abyss.
Super cute, personalized bow holder!
Even better, super cute, personalized bow holder that my girls WANT to put their bows on! Can you say miracle?
(it deserves a closeup)
Laytonite (yes, I did just make that up) Berenice Pulido makes these adorable bow holders. Even better - she makes them customized to your taste and decoration. So not only do you get a bow holder with you little girl's name(s) on it, if you ask nicely, she'll make it to match whatever room in your house you so choose.
So if there are ladybugs in your bathroom:
Or if everything your daughter has must be decorated in polka dots:
Or you decide that it is just to cute to be banished to the bathroom, and that it should go in your daughter's green and pink bedroom:
And for $30? I'd say it's worth it, wouldn't you?
I have to tell you about one thing that you can't see in the pictures. Besides the whole emptying my bow drawer advantage, this is my favorite detail about the holder: the back is covered in felt. Now, let me explain. I am a details kind of person. You impress me by getting the details right. Well, when I saw the felt on the back, I realized Berenice wasn't just clever, she was genius.
1. If you hang it on the wall, the wood won't scratch the wall.
2. If you hang it on the door (like I did), every time you open and close the door it doesn't make a sound. And in a house with 2 boys who take naps every day, quiet things are a blessing.
So, if you are looking for a little bow miracle, email Berenice at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her all about your decor so she can make it to order!
Not only that but Berenice has kindly offered to give away a personalized bow holder to one of my readers! To enter, simply leave a comment on this post. For an extra entry, blog about this giveaway. Contest will end Monday, Sept. 28.