So to rectify this problem, I can't think of a better way than to "label" your towel hooks! Thus, the perfect use for these adorable vinyl designs from Simply Said - the MR. and MRS.
I love them, and think every married couple should have them! Imagine the uses - iron them on your bed pillows, adhere them to your mirrors above a double vanity, or mark the bride and groom seating at a wedding ceremony!
Here's the easy steps to making your own:
1) Order your Simply Said vinyl designs here. Mrs. is item #NP1090, and Mr. is item #NP1089. You choose the size and color. I chose 10" in Warm Grey. They'll take about 10 days to arrive.
2) While you wait go shopping for a piece of wood. I went to Lowe's and bought a 10x1 board and had them cut it down to several pieces that were 10x10. The first two cuts are free and every cut thereafter is just twenty-five cents.
3) Buy two hooks (these came from Lowe's), and two picture frame hangers for the back of the board (to hang on the wall).
4) Lightly sand your corners and edges, as the cuts are raw and splintery. I used a Black and Decker Mouse to sand with 80 grit paper, followed by 220. Remove saw dust with a dry brush.
5) Paint your boards. I chose to use Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Emperor's Silk. After I painted the wood (two coats), I applied dark wax, and distressed the corners.
6) Allow your paint and wax to dry fully. It's best to allow them to "cure" for a week or two, so all the chemicals evaporate before you apply the vinyls.
7) Once your painted boards are ready, apply your vinyl designs. See the application video here.
8) Follow the directions for putting your hooks on the boards. Basically its just a matter of using an electric screwdriver to drive two screws through the hook hardware into the wood.
9) Follow the directions for putting the hanging hardware on the back.
Done! Now hang them in your bathroom and be sure to show the love of your life his or her new towel hook!