Today we will see how to make a practical scarf holder that you can hang in your closet. It’s so practical, you will be able to see all your scarfs in one place!
This project is made fully with recycled materials.
cardboard – hot glue – coat hooks – scissors – fabric
Take a piece of cardboard. Decide the size depending on how many scarves you want to insert (I used an old box). The important thing is that it is big enough to place the coat rack. Repeat the shape on another cardboard.
Cut the clothes rack and place it in the center of the cardboard. Glue it with plenty of hot glue.
With a glass draw the circles and cut them out from both pieces of cardboard ( I drew them on the first and then copied on the second after cutting them).
Glue the fabric on the front and the back of your scarf holder. (you will have to cut the circles on the fabric and then create many tabs so you can glue the fabric well to circular shapes on the cardboard).
Glue the two coated pieces one to the other and, voilà your scarf holder is ready! If you want, if you have leftovers of fabric, you can also cover the hanger and add some roses.
I used a fancy fabric for my closet, but if you want to make one for your kids, you can used colored fabrics.