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Clothespin Jewelry Hanger

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I wanted an easy way to display my necklaces and bracelets and couldn't find anything in stores. I decided to make my own, and it only took three materials.
1. Scrap piece of wood
2. Clothespins
3. Glue
  • clothespin jewelry hanger, crafts, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
  • clothespin jewelry hanger, crafts, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
  • clothespin jewelry hanger, crafts, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
I had a great piece of purple wood in my scrap pile that was perfect for this project. I had been saving it for the right project. I wanted to bring the purple out so I sanded the wood a little and waxed it.
Then I spaced out the clothespins. I wanted to give them an aged look so I used a grey stain on them.
  • clothespin jewelry hanger, crafts, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
  • clothespin jewelry hanger, crafts, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
I used long nails to attach this to my closet wall but you could lay this on a counter, hang it sideways, or whatever works for your space!

To see more: http://www.motherdaughterprojects.com/blog/closepin-jewelry-hanger

  • Lee Schultz

    Yes

  • Attaway

    I have lots of caps and this would be perfect!

  • Vera
    Vera Greensboro, AL

    I found a wooden 18 inch peg tie rack at a thrift store that I use and it's graduated and takes up less space than the clothespin rack. I love lots of costume jewelry so I also hung an accordion peg hat rack too.

  • Egregory2010

    what fun - good idea!

  • Roni L Reeh

    Drill two tiny holes in each clothes pin slip eating in to each to match the necklace OR run a small chain all the way across for ear rings


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