I need to make something to hang my necklaces on....suggestions?
Anne Lockie Brooks on Jun 19, 2017I took a weathered board and attached wooden drawer pulls !Helpful Reply
Dol8923604 on Jun 19, 2017I use a cork framed board with large push pins all from office supply store.Helpful Reply
Debbie on Jun 19, 2017i like squares of cork and use push pins to hold up the necklaces.Helpful Reply
Kka24338414 on Jun 19, 2017I use an old key rack in my bathroom. It's wrought iron, so it can hold many necklaces without breaking, and it's super cute. I bought it at a yard sale years ago.Helpful Reply
Tam13317878 on Jun 19, 2017Two easy uses with tree branchesHelpful Reply
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