What can i used to hold up my wooden rolling pins etc?

What can i used to hold up my wooden rolling pins & wooden cutting boards as a blacksplash?

  3 answers
  • Phi15896564 Phi15896564 on Aug 16, 2018

    Use command hangers

  • Dwp7470b Dwp7470b on Aug 16, 2018

    As all these kitchen items always have a hole in these, usually most Chefs either:


    I. tie a 5" piece of a Leather Shoelace through those Holes, so these can easily place or remove those from a standard hook.

    Or

    II. Have a Seamstess make a Bookworm like Fastener that has a Button or Snaps, that these need only unbutton or unsnap that, to remove the item from the fastener and use those.

    Or

    III. Otherwise these can hang on a board fastened to Studs Integrating that Board as the basemost part of a Shelf with either:

    A. larger nails, 12D Nails, specifically or

    B. any of the many otherwise Picture Hanging Mechanisms of many Sorts and Styles, or

    C. Brass Screws or

    D. Straight Rod Coathooks

    IV. Ribbons with cuts and knots

    V. Pom or Button through Loop styled Homemade Yarn Fasteners.


    Which of those you choose, It is really a matter of your own Unique Preference or Taste which of those methods you use.

    #V. Is probably the easiest to make, as it is a matter of wrapping a Yarn Noose around an Index Card, knotting the Yarn Wrap Properly, and Cutting the ends.

    As My mom when she lived did these to finish off towels with Crocheted ends, I know those work very well.

    They also work for: Holding drapes to the sides of the window, if you integrate those Pom and Nooses on the ends of a Crocheted or Knitted bookmark.

  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Aug 16, 2018

    Hi! What about putting bead board panels behind them and hanging them with cup hooks from that?