Clothespin Jewelry Hanger


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!
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  • Kathy Connolly
    on Jan 6, 2018

    would the colored plastic clothespins work too

    • Nancy Gaines
      on Jan 6, 2018

      I would not use colored clothes pins they don't have that hole in them like wooden one but you should paint the wooden ones.

  • Tdb13857120
    on Jan 6, 2018

    Did you seperate the clothes pins?

  • Katina Shaw Sapp
    on Jan 7, 2018

    How did you hang your board? I hate putting nail hole in my walls.

    • Yvette Gerace
      on Jan 7, 2018

      use those 3M no damage strips. Or velcro but velcro sticky stuff is extremely hard to remove from walls if you ever want to move it. I just learned this the hard way. Even goo gone won't get it off. The strips are a little pricey but they really work great and easy to remove.

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  • Ret Grant
    on Jul 5, 2018

    Hang ribbons with holes or woven material to hang earrings from.

  • The Snarky Princess
    on Jul 9, 2018

    Love this! I have way too many necklaces and a lot of them are long. All the other methods I have used they get tangled together or there just isn't enough room for all of them. Thank you for sharing

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