A constant worry when you have any appreciable number of necklaces is what exactly to do with them; how to store them so that you can see them all, and they don’t get tangled (have you ever had to try tease out a ball of tangled chains each almost as thin as a hair? Because I have, and it isn’t fun). Needless to say that “A Box” won’t be one of our 7 amazing homemade necklace holders.
A Peg Rack
Repurposing and recycling is a major theme in this list, so first off we have an accordion style peg rack, which lets you choose how much space is left between pieces of jewelry.
This is a great one – turn a battered old piece of driftwood into a necklace holder with a bit of sanding and maybe some varnish, for a touch of visual flair.
Or any kind of magnets really, so long as you’ve got a metal backing. Cute animals get more points though.
Empty picture frames
Normally, empty picture frames are a bit of a sad sight. But with a bit of paint, you can turn them into amazing homemade necklace holders.
An old metal gate
Recycling the antique again, this time with a rusty old metal gate; it practically oozes character. Just be sure to get your tetanus shot.
Thumbtacks with a unique background
For something different, paint some silhouetted tree branches on the wall and fix your necklaces in place with thumbtacks.
An antique rake
And closing with another amazing antique, an old rake-head can serve as an amazing necklace holder, if you clean it up a little.
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