RTW: Jewelry Holder TUTORIAL

Reader’s Tutorial Week is a week where i spotlight my Reader’s fabulous tutorials and introduce you to fellow Craftaholics. it’s tons of fun!! 
Thanks Linda for the opportunity to post during your Reader’s Tutorial Week!
I am flattered!

My name is Staci and I am CHEAP…yes, I admit it.
When I see something I like, I think 

“I could make that…for a lot less!”
I discovered the creative world of blogging last summer and have been hooked every since. There are so many amazing ideas out there and I love to share what I’ve been working on, over at my blog…Craftify It! Stop by anytime…I love meeting new people!

Here’s a peak at one of my latest DIY projects…

I went to Goodwill lastweek and saw this…
I think people use these as Coat Racks???
I decided it would be a perfect contraption to hang my jewelry from.
Besides, I was tired of the piles of jewelry, sitting on my dresser and this was only 99cents!


I had these “Fashion Paper Clips” already. I found them at Walmart for $1.50 and I thought at the time, they would be cute to embellish the center of hair flower clips and a LOT cheaper than buying 10 individual Buttons

I gave the doo-hopper (Anyone know what it is really called??) a coat of black paint and then hot glued on the “Fashion Paperclips”…well just the “fashion” part of the paperclips…
(The paperclips easily popped out!)

As luck would have it, there were 10 knobs & the pack came with 10 paperclips!


They are really pretty black and white damask pattern…

And now my necklaces are OFF OF MY DRESSER and this piece is FUNCTIONAL
and
a great DECOR PIECE in my bedroom!

I saw SEVERAL of these at Good Will, so I think it would be an easy item for you to find!
It would also make a cute Coat Rack, Key Holder, Hat Rack, Tie Holder or Apron Hanger!
If I had a little girl, I’d paint one PINK and hang all of her adorable headbands on it!
…Someday :)
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Linda
Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When I'm not DIYing something, I can be found taxiing around our 4 crazy kids or working out. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥
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  1. 1
    Pati @ A Crafty Escape

    Great solution!

  2. 2
    Four Flights

    So cute! love the clip idea :)

  3. 3
    missbossypants

    Great idea! I always thought those were coffee mug racks! I need something just like that…. (off to the goodwill I go…..)

  4. 4
    Amanda

    what a great idea! i have been looking for a way to organize my jewelry! going to have to hit up goodwill.
    btw, it's a coffee cup rack, my grandma uses one in her home. :)

  5. 5
    Didith

    your cleverness for storing your necklaces is great!
    I created a wood and textile frame with doorknobs to hang mine.

  6. 6
    slommler

    Great idea! And the little paper clip thingys are perfect!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

  7. 7
    KelsyC

    Cute! I've been looking for a cute and creative way to display my necklaces.

  8. 8
    Ashley Tremaine

    Love it! And MY Grandma used it as a coat rack!! She just gave it to me last week…yay!! Anyways, I was gonna use it to hold purses, backpacks and diaper bags by our front door. Unfortunately it is too fragile to hold those heavy items. So it hit me!!! Use it as a jewelry holder….creative minds think alike!! I will let you know when I get that project done!! Great job!!

  9. 9
    Jen T

    I love this – I see these all the time at HFH…now I know what to do with them. It would look cute too if you tucked some photos in there or you could stencil in the blank spaces…maybe I'm going overboard – whatev, it looks GREAT!! Jen

  10. 10
    Shannon Hairr Photography

    LOVE this!! Thanks for sharing!!