May 21, 2010

Necklace Holder




(I measure the hooks out 1 inch apart. I marked the wood with a pen to make sure they were straight and even in a row)


I was really needing something to do with my necklaces. This is a really easy and cheap solution. I used some leftover wood from a project my husband had been working on. It is about 1 inch thick and about 2 feet long. I bet you could get some scrap wood at Home Depot or Lowes that would work for this for free. I sanded it a little bit, then painted it black to match my bathroom. I bought a pack of 50 hooks at Walmart for about $2.50. I only used about 20 of them. Then I just got a leveler to make sure it was straight and hung it up. I used two long nails in the end to hang it up because I was afraid that a screw at the end of the board might split the wood. I wanted to make it really secure, so I did put one screw in the middle and it didn't split it.
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19 comments:

  1. What a great idea!! I am so going to do this!

    Glad I found you from NFF!

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  2. Hello. What a cool idea. I would love to make one, but I am a bit intimidated. I am visiting from New Friend Friday. It looks like you have some great recipes here. I look forward to browsing around.

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  3. Oh great idea. I need something like this!

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  7. Oh. Much better than the way I hammered nails into my closet wall. Hmmmmm.

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  8. What a great idea. I have so many necklaces I could use this!

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  9. always looking for quick places to my jewelry! Thanks so much for this fab idea and linking up with us this week!

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  10. such a fun idea! i love having my jewelry visible. i feel like i wear it more when i can see what i have :) thanks for sharing

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  11. Easy as A.B.C. but it had to be imagined and done! Black and white: it's very elegant.
    Here you can see my wood and textile frame with doorknobs for hanging my nakelaces:
    http://atelierdedidith.wordpress.com/2010/03/27/porte-colliers/

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  12. I'm enjoying catching up on your blog. I need to make one of these for all my necklaces too. I don't think I have quite as many as you though. :)

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