How to Make a Very Functional Jewelry Hanger

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That's So Cool!
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.
          Susan  

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12 comments

  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.

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

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  3. good idea...they always get tangled
    dreaming-n-color.blogspot.com

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  4. I am a new follower. Come visit!
    dreaming-n-color.blogspot.com

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

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

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  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,
    ♥Ana

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  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!

    alison
    stuff and nonsense

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  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

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

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

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Have a nice day.
Susan

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