Thursday, 1 March 2012

DIY Accessories Holder




My Dad helped me make this for storing my necklaces I thought id share it with you guys as it is so simple and cheap.



1. Buy 1 narrow stick of wood if you can't find a white one don't worry you can paint it ( I bought mine in Homebase)

2. Buy white thumb tacks (Also purchased in Homebase) 

3. Next with a ruler and pencil evenly space out where you would like to place your thumb tack and then simple hammer them into place. 

4. Finally secure onto your wall with 2 screws and hang your necklaces and you done xxx













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  1. OOh Im going to take inspiration from this - I need storage like this!

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    1. Thank you xxx its really handy as they don't get tangled! xxx

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  2. such a lovely idea :) now you can see all the jewellery you need without unravel a knot of jewellery :D I need something like this :') definitely!
    great blog!

    xoxo

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    1. Thank you so much for commenting :) This is why I wanted to blog to make new friends :) Thank you for the support xxx Your blog looks amazing xxx

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  3. This is really handy! Loving this idea, if i didn't already have a necklace holding stand i would've done this. Love it!
    x

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    1. Thank you for the comment xxx I had a necklace stand to start with but it kept tipping over from the shelf where I had it! :) your blog is lovely I'm definitely gonna follow xxx I loved your post about uni style. I never know what to wear to uni in the cold weather!! xxx

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  5. I love this. I also do the same and hang my earrings on it. Thanks for sharing xxx

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