Here’s a project I’ve been planning for a while & I finally came across this frame last weekend at the 50% off sale at Goodwill. I had Lily & Lola with me that day & they totally failed to see the potential in this chunky wood frame. In fact, Lily begged me not to buy it, but I had a suspicion it was the perfect size for an empty wall in my closet. And it was only $3.

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I loved the burlap detail…

 

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I planned to make the organizer using the same basic principle that I used when making my jewelry cabinet back in March. (If you want to see that, click here.) So, it got a coat of white paint & I covered a thin piece of board cut to size with the rest of my pink silk damask from Paris. It was just enough to fit the frame! Next, I measured & marked the holes where I wanted the hooks to go. My handsome assistant drilled the holes for me while I screwed in the hooks.  Click here for a great deal on the hooks!

 

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Then, we hung it in it’s new home in my closet. It looks like it was custom-made to fit the space. And now my necklaces can all hang instead of getting tangled all the time. Notice I didn’t show you the “before” way I stored my necklaces. Trust me, it wasn’t pretty. But, I love this! It was so easy & can be made with so many types of frames & fabrics. You should give it a try!
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