How to Make a Very Functional Jewelry Hanger

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Series #8

I wear a lot of long and chunky necklaces. 
The big problem is where to store them
How to hang them so they won't get tangled and broken?...
Ikea to the rescue...

 I hung lengths of Ikea peg strips side by side the 
length of my dresser.

 I painted them white to match the wainscoting.

Now each necklace has a place to hang  
without getting tangled.

             A great solution!
Check out the jewelry box redo here.

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  1. Visiting from Beyond the Picket Fence. This is something more in the size range I'm looking for. Most of the jewelry organizers are on big frames.Thanks for sharing.

  2. hiya susan , great idea , would work great foe me inside wardrobe door , hmmmmm tfs

  3. good idea...they always get tangled

  4. I am a new follower. Come visit!

  5. Great Idea! So creative. I'm a new follower now, too!

  6. Very neat idea, you always have such great ideas thank you for sharing this at my party!

  7. Hi Susan,
    You are just so creative. Love this idea and just saw your Mother's Day trophy idea too. Too cute and too clever. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend.

    Hugs and Kisses,

  8. great solution...i use the prongs of an old broken rake i unearthed in my garage a while ago...thanks for linking up to fridays unfolded!

    stuff and nonsense

  9. Looks like the perfect solution to me! I have an old hook rack hanging as a window treatment in my bathroom...the necklaces are my "valance" :) Chat soon, Laurel

  10. What a great idea~ and it's so charming~ well done! Thanks for sharing at FNF :)

  11. So simple and easy-couldn't be better! Thanks for sharing.
    I'd love it if you stopped by...


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