Aim to sand every single area of the branch, and make sure it is safely attached to the ceiling (remember: Anchors are our friends). Determine a height that is comfortable for your easy reach.
Then display those goo goo gaa gaa adorable baby clothes.
If you have any leftover twine, wrap the ends to give it even more of a decorative cool look.
Make sure you don't get a twig, but a thick branch. Look for one that is similar in size to your closet clothing rod so your hangers fit. Oh, when selecting a branch I suggest you also look for one that has smaller branches because you can turn those into a hook to use as a valet (where you "park" the clothes that you will use the next day). Do you see the hook below? It looks like a thumbs up, huh?
Since baby clothes are so super adorable why not (1) display the baby outfits while (2) having easy access to them. Hmmm, this also works for adult clothing, we just need thicker branches. So, do you agree, are baby clothes totally adorable? Mosey on over to my website or Instagram to get behind the scenes peeks at my other DIY project and ventures. Now, I have to go wrap this branch before the baby is born. Tick tock!
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