Necklace Holder Tutorial

I was inspired by this cute blog to make this tutorial for a board to hang up my necklaces that are too big to fit in my jewelry box. I tweaked a few things, and this is what I came up with.

Here's how to make it!


-quilting batting
-old shirt/fabric
-twist in hook screws
-hot glue gun


Step 1: I didn't have any wood on hand like the original tutorial, so I took some old cardboard, cut it into three equal squares, and then hot glued them together.

Step 2: Hot glue the batting around your cardboard.

Step 3: Cut up your old shirt or fabric and hot glue it to the back as well

Step 4: Hot glue some decorative ribbon onto the bottom edge of the necklace holder.

Step 5: To make the cute little flowers, cut about 12 inches of ribbon, and stitch a loose stitch along the end of the ribbon.

Step 6: Pull the string tight to form the flower, turn it over, and sew the two ends of the ribbon together.

Step 7:  Sew a pearl into the middle of the flower, and then hot glue one flower into each of the top corners of the necklace holder.

Step 8: Screw your hooks into the top of the necklace holder

And then you're done!

Hung right above my dresser, works perfect and is super cute!

 I want to make a more legit version using wood and a staple gun for after I'm married to hang in the entry way for keys and such.  Maybe a little less girly too, hehe :)

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