{Home Decor Contributor} Salvaged Wood Jewelry Display

Hello Sugar Bee Readers!  I’m Ariean from OneKriegerChick and I am so excited to be here sharing a fun and easy Home Decor idea with you all! I love decorating with old stuff…old stuff that has been made over with a fresh and new feel!

Today, I am going to share how I created this Jewelry Display from an old piece of trim.  So easy…Just watch!

 Salvaged Wood Jewelry Display...so easy!

What you’ll need…

  • A board (old or new- your preference) 
  • small hooks 
  • spray paint (optional) 
  •  measuring tape
  •  hammer and nail
  • pencil   

Okay…Let’s get started…

First, I cut my board to a length that fits my space.

 Supplies for jewelry hanger

If desired, spray paint hooks.  I sprayed mine cream.

 hooks for jewelry hanger

I measured the length of the board and used my pencil to mark where the hooks should go.
  Measuring for hooks on jewelry hangerThen, I lightly hammered a screw on each pencil mark.  This little hole will make twisting in the hooks so much easier.

 Prepping holes for hooks on jewelry hanger {Onekriegerchick.com}

  Holes before hooks on jewelry hanger {Onekriegerchick.com}

I twisted each hook into place and Ta-da! Quick, Easy and inexpensive home decor!  It has character and is functional!  Clearly I needed this organizational tool…and I am loving how it looks in the space.

 Salvaged Wood Jewelry display made in 15 minutes!

But it is not limited to necklaces…What about using it as a hat rack or for scarves or handbags?!   If you like this idea, pop on over to OneKriegerChick and check out the other fun ways I have repurposed items!

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